Of Great Britain & Northen Ireland for the Leaders Council
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Paul Kallee-Grover, The Leith Group’s Planning Director, promotes 'Exporting is GREAT' campaign
The Leith Group’s Planning Director, Paul Kallee-Grover is heavily involved in the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) Exporting is GREAT campaign. Which seeks to help businesses across the UK sell their products and services overseas.
AKA Case Management Goes From Strength to Strength
A five-year project by Angela Kerr to reshape the leading case management company that she founded in 2002 has reached fruition.
PayGuard® awarded 'Best Payment Technology' and 'Best Business Payments Solution' for 2nd year in a row
The newest technology in secure payments developed by Fusion Telecom Ltd; PayGuard® are pleased to announce being awarded for the second year in a row, awards for both 'Best Payment Technology’ and also 'Best Business Payments Solution'.
LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: Mobility Vehicle Hire makes Covid pledge, The Mirage’s prediction looks sound, Roof-Link help fight climate change
Our latest leadership roundup brings news of an admirable local environmental scheme, a pledge from a leading specialist vehicle provider, and a prediction about 2020 that actually came true.
Leaders in their own words: As England prepares to enter new tiers for the festive period business leaders say it's causing confusion
As the House of Commons debates whether to pass the new restrictions that will put England into a stronger tiered system for the Winter months and over Christmas we hear from leaders of industry who think the current guidance is confusing enough.
LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: Curo Salus named ‘inclusive retailer’ and Charles Rippin and Turner MD provides surgeries for doctors
Vijay Acharya, the managing director of specialist medical accountants Charles Rippin & Turner, has revealed how he holds his own surgery for doctors where he looks over their accounts and issues to ensure all their vital signs are in good order.
Leadership Round-up: ADEY sign up to Unmind, Kingsfleet Wealth commit to St Elizabeth Hospice, Tadpoles Nursery bring some festive cheer to Ellesmere Care Home
Adey Sign up to mental health platform Unmind to look after their own staff while Kingsfleet Wealth commit to helping St Elizabeth Hospice and Tadpoles Nursery bring some festive cheer to Ellesmere Care Home through a virtual Christmas concert.
ISCA’s new online Foundation Diploma fast tracks university entry for international students
Over the last decade, ISCA has built a strong reputation as a leading provider of pre-university art and design teaching. Colin Kerrigan, the Executive Director of the International School of Creative Arts (ISCA) discusses how the launch of a new foundation course, designed to prepare international students for university entry, comes at a timely moment.
LEADERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Berry, Zahawi, Duggins, Ruban, Lee, Hague
In our latest series of leadership quotations, we hear from Jake Berry on the Northern Research Group, Nadmi Zahawi on the government’s dilemma, Claire Duggins on raising money without raising latex, Mahadevan Ruban on applying knowledge, Richard Lee on the 2008/9 crash and William Hague on Rashford-gate.
LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: Omnibus launches new software, Robertsons Solicitors explains ‘post-nups’, SG Gaming delivers powerful message, and rradar CEO named in top 100
Our latest leadership roundup brings news of a new piece of software, a little known option for married couples, a strong message regarding Covid-19, and recognition for a CEO.
LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: Advice from Garrod Beckett and ISUMO, quick thinking from The Cube Disability, and success for Taylor French
Our latest leadership roundup brings news of two successful building projects, a quick response to Covid-19, and advice on starting a new business and moving an existing business onto the cloud.
ISCA, Garrod Beckett and Impact provide boost for students, the self-employed and remote-workers
An education centre has achieved a 100% success rate for their graduates, a chartered accountants have offered support for the self-employed and an experiential learning and leadership development organisation may have solved the puzzle of remote working.
PM launches back-to-work drive, as Virtual1’s Tom O’Hagan emphasises the importance of innovation and disruption
Tom O’Hagan, founder and CEO of the UK’s fifth-largest telecoms network, has spoken about the importance of disruption and innovation.
mGage delivers a world-first to offer a conversational commerce channel
mGage, a leading global mobile messaging provider, has today launched the first-of-its-kind solution to bring Mobile Payments within the Rich Communication Services (RCS) channel.
Qualitrain Group exemplify need for innovation as new Scottish Conservative leader eyes up economic recovery
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to deal a significant blow to the UK economy and the knock-on effects are felt on businesses and supply chains, CEO of Derbyshire training provider Qualitrain Group, Richard Bates, tells the Leaders Council about how his firm is looking to deal with the loss of income streams by exploring means of innovating and seeking out new opportunities. Meanwhile, Douglas Ross, who was confirmed as the new leader of the Scottish Conservatives on Wednesday, has promised to produce an economic recovery plan within the next month.