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Maidenhead: Wilson Partners advises Octopus on funding software business

Wilson Partners Corporate Finance has supported Octopus Investments Development Capital Team, part of the Octopus Group, with financial and tax due diligence on its...

Oxfordshire: Oxford PharmaGenesis presented with Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Leading independent healthscience consultancy Oxford PharmaGenesis has been presented with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. The Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire, Tim Stevenson OBE, presented...

South: LEPs ramp up business support for Brexit

Businesses across Berkshire, Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight will be able to receive free expert and specialist advice on preparing for...

Reading: Town tops league of best places to start a small business

Reading has been named the best place to set up a small business during the 2010s, according to a new study released by Informi,...

Bournemouth: Property management firm welcomes back former employee

An expanding firm of chartered surveyors and property managers has appointed a familiar face as a director. Joe Mellery-Pratt has returned to Bournemouth-based Rebbeck...

Aylesbury: New manager appointed at growing Westcott business park

A new role has been created to accommodate major growth at a thriving Buckinghamshire business and technology park. Jayne Cannell has been appointed as business...

Odiham: Telecoms law specialist opens third office in south

Wayleave and telecoms law specialist Trenches has opened its third office in Odiham, north Hampshire, as the firm marks the end of its second...

Southampton: Womble Bond Dickinson welcomes new trainees

Law firm Womble Bond Dickinson (WBD) has welcomed its 2019 trainee intake with 25 trainee solicitors joining the firm's UK offices, four of whom...

Portsmouth: Environmental consultancy moves in to the Quarterdeck

Full house is close to being called on two waterfront office complexes at one of the South’s leading marinas. The Quarterdeck at Port Solent, Portsmouth,...

South: SAS warns on data compliance problems following no-deal exit

Leaving the EU on a no-deal basis could have serious implications for GDPR compliance, Marlow-based SAS, the leader in analytics, has warned. David Smith, head...