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Magnavale gets go ahead for Warrington expansion
Magnavale has announced that it has secured both planning permission and funding for an expansion to its Warrington cold storage facility.
Babble acquires 81G Blue
Unified communications, contact centre and cyber solutions specialist, Babble, has purchased 81G Blue, its third acquisition in as many months.
Improvising and overcoming: Sugardough set for post-lockdown expansion
As was the case with so many businesses across the UK, the announcement of the Covid-19 lockdown in March 2020 left Brighton and Hove bakery business Sugardough facing an uncertain future.
Talon Outdoor to reset Digital OOH trading with new strategy
Talon Outdoor has announced plans for a trading reset for 2021 which will simplify Out of Home [OOH] Media purchasing by valuing target audiences as well as OOH assets.
Hospitality Reopening: Total QSR Ltd publishes helpful guide to hospitality businesses relaunching on April 12
Under the government’s roadmap out of lockdown for England, April 12 will see the nation move into Step Two of the plans, with additional premises allowed to reopen providing they adhere to social distancing rules.
Obituary: Duke of Edinburgh passes away at the age of 99
Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II’s husband and the longest-serving royal consort has died at the age of 99.
Ascentis reviews Adult Education Budget changes and what AE providers must focus on in the post-Covid world
In light of longstanding national lockdown restrictions, the UK government and the Education & Skills Funding Agency [ESFA] have reviewed the Adult Education Budget [AEB] reconciliation for 2020/21 and have set a 90 per cent threshold for the current academic year for education providers to receive their full AEB allocation in 2021/22.
Making history: Aonyx delivers first ever airport check-in video wall in partnership with London City
Working in partnership with London City Airport, smart system installation specialist Aonyx has delivered the world's first video airport check-in wall, comprising of 56 screens and stretching over a length of 36 metres.
NSF and Salesforce figureheads discuss the need for cross-collaboration between health and retail in the post-Covid world
NSF International vice president, Martin Lush, sat down with Salesforce vice president and general manager, Rob Garf, to discuss the role of health retail in vaccine distribution and why cross industry collaboration will be vital in continuing to deliver effective solutions.
TCEG’s Axiom secures silver at 2021 PM Society Awards
Axiom, a division of The Creative Engagement Group, has received a silver award at the 2021 PM Society Awards.
Adapting to Covid-19 and anticipating future opportunities: an interview with Telavox’s Andy Brunt
Speaking on The Leaders Council podcast, Telavox Partner Sales Manager, Andy Brunt, discusses how the company has adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic and how it is well-placed to seize upon the opportunities of a new working environment of the future.
FlyResearch poll: week 53 update
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic in the UK, London based online market research agency FlyResearch had been issuing weekly polls to its research panel of over 3000 people, to project how the outbreak and the implementing of social distancing and other restrictions has impacted the daily life of UK citizens.
Cooling industry must accelerate net-zero efforts, report says
Five major cooling suppliers are making significant progress toward net-zero carbon emissions, but these represent fewer than ten per cent out of 54 suppliers assessed in a new report from the Race to Zero campaign, meaning the cooling industry has much work to do to catch-up with climate change action and reduce sector emissions.
Early 2021 brings clean sweep ISO audit for Clearway
Clearway Doors and Windows Ltd have passed their annual ISO9001 audit with all of its company procedures awarded a pass with no non-conformities.
Unionist legal challenge against NI Protocol expected to reach High Court in May
A unionist legal challenge against the UK government over the Northern Ireland Protocol is expected to be heard in the High Court between May 13 and 18, after the government withdrew its opposition to the application for a judicial review.