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South: Job vacancies plummet by nearly 63%

According to the latest quarterly job market report from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, job numbers plummeted by 62.7% in Q2 2020, compared to...

Reading: Office design and fit-out company moves in

Commercial interior designer and office fit-out specialist Glenside Commercial Interiors LLP is moving to Reading. The company will be moving into a new 11,000...

Winnersh: Global healthcare company moves to the Triangle

Hollister Incorporated has sold its Wokingham offices in favour of a move to Winnersh Triangle in Reading. The global healthcare company, which is headquartered in...

Newbury: John Lewis to shut store permanently

The John Lewis Partnership has announced it will not reopen eight John Lewis shops - including Newbury - to 'secure the business's long-term future...

South: CMA surveys businesses on COVID-19 impact

CMA Recruitment Group has undertaken a comprehensive research project on the impact of COVID-19 on the South’s working practices. CMA has conducted a detailed research...

Hampshire: Marwell Zoo reopens with £4.3m support

Marwell Zoo has reopened after three months of closure, with support from a £4.3 million Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) from NatWest. The zoo...

Bicester: Distributor finds way forward with Barclays

An Oxfordshire-based sales and distributor for a number of major global brands has accessed £3 million from Barclays, utilising the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption...

South: Insolvency lifeline welcomed by trade body R3

Businesses in the South struggling due to the current coronavirus pandemic are being offered a substantial lifeline with one of the largest shake-ups of...

Portsmouth: BAE Systems to recruit 800 apprentices

BAE Systems is moving forward with the recruitment of a record number of apprentices, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 9,000 people across the UK...

Fareham: Manufacturer repurposes to produce hand sanitiser

Contact lens manufacturer CooperVision has repurposed part of its R&D and production facilities in Hampshire to enable it to produce bottles of hand sanitiser....