James Cowper Kreston’s Steve Clarke has been re-elected to the board of Kreston International, the global accountancy network.
Companies that feature in our Solent SME 100 Growth Index are being invited to a special event in Southampton in September.
Accountancy firm Baker Tilly has expanded its specialist VAT team in the South with the appointment of associate director Colin Laidlaw.
Southampton-based Dynamic Load Monitoring has acquired a second building next to its current headquarters and will be creating six new local jobs, with the support of a five-figure funding package from Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
The shortage of industrial space in Portsmouth will be eased with the city’s first speculative development since the UK’s economic recession of 2008/09.
Buckinghamshire-based Wainwright Associates, a leading UK-based consultancy specialising in EU regulatory affairs and pharmacovigilance, has merged with YES Pharma Services, a knowledge-based service provider in the pharmaceutical, medical device and cosmetics sector. YES acquired 100% of the share capital of Wainwright Associates.
Blandy & Blandy‘s corporate team, led by partner David Few and assisted by associate solicitor Peter Woolley and solicitor Christopher Wilson, has successfully advised on the sale of Stontronics, a UK-based manufacturer and distributor, to Stadium Group in a deal worth £6.5 million.
Poole-based telecommunication firm VolP Unlimited, a registered supplier for all regions of the Government Connection Voucher scheme, is encouraging small and medium sized businesses across Dorset to apply for funding to provide superfast broadband.
Arrow Business Communications has announced its purchase of Orca Telecom, its sixth acquisition in the last five years.
Over nine in ten manufacturers (97%) in the South East are engaged in innovation, according to a new survey published today by EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, and Vodafone UK. The findings suggest that the region’s manufacturers are keeping pace with peers elsewhere in the UK, but share the same fears about falling behind competitors.
Poole Town Centre Partnership is urging Poole businesses to give input as part of the proposed Business Improvement District (BID).
New figures reporting the number of individual insolvencies show a positive outlook for the Thames Valley.
A network for Oxfordshire’s senior women in finance is set to expand after attracting more than 50 of the county’s finest female professionals.
The managing director of Bournemouth-based Deacon, specialists in buildings insurance for blocks of two or more flats, has been named as one of the top 100 influencers in residential leasehold for the third year running.
A leading South Coast law firm has put itself at the cutting edge of the profession by becoming one of the first to switch its systems to a secure cloud-based IT service.
National law firm Shoosmiths is celebrating after being named one of the best legal employers by Legal Week.
IT services provider Taylor Made Computer Solutions has been recognised as a world leader – taking home a top award from a global industry summit.
South: New tax relief rules could hold back tech sector, warns Baker Tilly Accountancy firm Baker Tilly is warning that new rules introduced in this year’s finance bill could jeopardise growth plans for tech businesses in the south. The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) are government initiatives which offer attractive tax breaks […]
Louise Neville has joined Selsey-based Oceanair in the position of marketing manager.
The Oxford office of Marks & Clerk, the global firm of patent and trade mark attorneys, has welcomed Tim Watkin as a partner. Watkin joins the office with over 22 years in the patent profession, having served 13 years in the firm’s Singapore office. Daniel Talbot-Ponsonby, Oxford office managing partner, said: “We are pleased to welcome Tim to our team […]