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A team of technology professionals with decades of experience between them have launched Aura Technology, a new managed service provider with a mission to ‘redefine the relationship between businesses and IT’.
Alexander Marcham has been appointed as a director with KPMG’s private client team in the outh, based in the Thames Valley.
Boyer has announced that Vanessa Rowell has been appointed as a senior planner in its Wokingham office. Rowell joins from Wokingham Borough Council, where she worked in the planning team; advising primarily on strategic development and policy work.
2018 looks set to be a very good year for Hampshire-based HR Consultancy, Reality HR, who have recruited five new members of staff, all from Basingstoke, to meet the demands of its ever growing client base.
More and more pensioners risk dying owing more than they left in their estate, corporate recovery and business advisory firm Quantuma is warning.
Blandy & Blandy LLP chairman Brenda Long was a winner at the 2018 Southern Women of Achievement Awards, held at Reading Town Hall.
Today marks the start of a new chapter for one of the most celebrated and evocative names in motor racing history, with the launch of Brabham Automotive, based in Winchester.
The proportion of South East companies which are only paying the interest on their debts – one of the signs of a so-called ‘zombie’ business – has risen slightly to 4% in December from 1% in April 2017, according to indicative research by R3, the insolvency and restructuring trade body.
SEGRO has reported continued strong returns on the back of robust occupational and investment demand for industrial real estate.
When you say the name Sir John Madejski, the words entrepreneur and philanthropist spring to mind. Many sports fans would immediately think of Reading FC; most commercially aware business executives would be aware of his success as the founder of Auto Trader and many academics would know him as chancellor […]
Bicester Vision welcomed members of the local Bicester business community to a special event marking its 10th anniversary and to look towards the next decade for the town.
Louize Clarke, founder of ConnectTVT, believes that start-ups are a key part of the Thames Valley technology community. Here, she focuses on why fledgling technology companies should enter the new Thames Valley Tech Awards.
Matthew Hare, Chief Executive of Gigaclear, the leading supplier of full-fibre broadband to rural locations in the UK, is the first British industry professional to receive the prominent Individual Award from the Fibre to the Home (FTTH) Council Europe. He received the award at the 15thannual FTTH Conference in Valencia, Spain.
LDC, the leading mid-market private-equity investor, has strengthened its south team based in Reading, with a new director and investment manager. The appointments of Chris Wright and Chris Morris create a seven-strong investment team in Reading, part of LDC’s 50-strong national team, driving the pledge to invest £1.2 billion of […]
Blake Morgan commercial litigation partner Susie Dryden has been elected by CBI members to join the South East Regional Council.
Days after official documents were leaked claiming that the UK will be considerably worse off in 15 years’ time regardless of which deal is signed with the EU, small business confidence continues to hold firm for the fourth consecutive quarter – according to new data from the British Business Barometer by Hitachi […]
HR specialists and facilities managers are invited to a free seminar explaining how business spaces are changing fast – delivered by one of the world’s leading experts in workplaces.
MEPC, the manager and developer of Milton Park, has announced that 141 Park Drive has been practically completed and is now fully available for occupation. 141 is one of three buildings at the £24 million speculative development, Park Drive East, at Milton Park in Oxfordshire.
The number of companies falling into administration across England and Wales rose over 2017, although insolvency activity slowed during the final quarter of the year. Analysis by KPMG of notices in the London Gazette shows that the number of companies entering administration increased from 1,156 in 2016 to 1,206 in […]