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Southampton: Smith & Williamson announces senior promotions

Smith & Williamson, the financial and professional services group, has announced two senior promotions within its Southampton office. Amy Harper, who joined Smith & Williamson’s...

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...

Southampton: Building consultancy recruits senior surveyor

Sillence Hurn, a progressive building consultancy based in Southampton, has announced the appointment of Oliver Gristwood as senior building surveyor. “From the moment we met...

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...

Reading: Boyes Turner advises on electric vehicle charger deal

Specialist Reading-based tech law firm Boyes Turner has advised on an investment deal which will help drive growth at a smart electric vehicle charger. The...

Abingdon: 10 new tech companies arrive at Milton Park

Ten new science and technology companies have joined MEPC’s Milton Park, one of the leading business communities in Europe, with five new leases agreed...

South: Hyundai to relocate from Wycombe to Leatherhead

Hyundai, the South Korean car manufacturer, has announced that it will relocate to Leatherhead later this year where it will take 17,000 sq ft...

Reading: Kyocera commits for another 10 years

Kennedy Wilson has secured Japan's Kyocera for a further 10 years at Eldon Court, London Road, Reading. Multinational ceramics and electronics manufacturing group Kyocera, advised...

South Coast: Webinar on future development of ports

Ports - Future Development and Expansion Plans - is the subject of a webinar sponsored by law firm BDB Pitmans and Built Environment Networking. The...

South: Hospitality re-opening poses data problems

The much-anticipated re-opening of businesses in the food and drink sector has been given the green light for July 4, a welcome decision for...