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Overcoming me: Nerys Hughes looks back at how she conquered dyslexia and dyspraxia to become a children’s therapist with her own clinic
Occupational therapist Nerys Hughes, founder of children’s therapy clinic Whole Child Therapy, shares the story of how she overcame her limitations to lead her own social enterprise and how she seeks to inspire the next generation.
“It was the furthest thing from my mind!” Everfair Tax boss reflects on building her own business
Although Gillian Everall has successfully built her own London-based tax consultancy firm, Everfair Tax Consulting, she did not always see herself at the helm of her own business.
Peers rebuff Nationality and Borders Bill for a second time
The government’s Nationality & Borders Bill has been defeated in the House of Lords for a second time, with the government facing opposition to 12 of its proposals to tighten immigration laws.
itsettled wins Tech Nation Rising Stars 4.0 FinTech Award
itsettled, the pioneering automated credit control platform, has this week been announced as the 2022 Tech Nation Rising Stars 4.0 FinTech Award winner.
Green aerospace tech research programme to receive record public funding
Industry minister Lee Rowley has announced this week that record levels of government funding will be allocated to the UK’s aerospace technology research programme.
Coalfields Regeneration Trust boosts employment prospects in Fife through CRT Worx programme
Six candidates who have recently undergone the Coalfields Worx [CRT Worx] programme have successfully completed the course and have since secured full time employment in the Fife area of Scotland.
40-year milestone celebrations met with great ‘Acclaim’!
February 2022 marked an exciting achievement for Essex based Roofing & Externals Contractor – Acclaim Contracts, as the business passed a momentous milestone in the shape of its 40-year anniversary of trading.
JK Tech collaborates with Progress to strengthen US presence
JK Tech, a next-generation digital transformation and IT services provider and global system integrator of Progress, is organising a series of webinars with Progress to demonstrate the usage and present the benefits of their collaboration to clients.
Moshon Data boss calls on UK government to commit to best practice in vehicle and road safety
Steve Boyle the managing director of Moshon Data, joins a number of voices from the transport industry urging government to commit to new standards on vehicle safety.
Vitalograph device used in study to determine role of pulmonary function in cardiometabolic endpoints
A recent study by Li G, et al.  was carried out to assess how pulmonary function has different risk magnitudes for cardiometabolic diseases [CD] and cardiometabolic multimorbidity [CM].
Rokbak raises £3,000 for charity
Rokbak has proudly donated £3,000 which will be equally shared across its three partner charities, CHAS [Children’s Hospices Across Scotland], Chris’s House and St Andrew’s Hospice.
Westerby Trustee Services acquires Corporate and Professional Pensions
Westerby Trustee Services Limited has announced the acquisition of self-invested personal pension [SIPP] company, Corporate & Professional Pensions Limited [CPPL], in a deal which significantly boosts the number of assets under the former’s management.
P and O Ferries sackings: Firm’s boss admits in Parliament that mass job cuts were in breach of UK employment law
P&O Ferries chief executive Peter Hebblethwaite has told a parliamentary committee that a company decision to make mass job cuts without consulting trade unions was a breach of UK employment law.
International Women’s Day: A reflection by a Norland College student
Reflecting on the significance of International Women's Day, a student from Norland College highlights its importance in raising awareness of the status of the nannying and early years profession, and how greater recognition will increase the number of men and non-binary individuals who want to work in childcare.
Garrod Beckett and Co urges SME leaders to check payment status of large suppliers when doing business
Essex-based chartered accountancy firm, Garrod Beckett & Company Ltd, has called on executives of small and medium-sized businesses to be wary of larger companies abusing their position by making late payments.