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Chelsea Green Valet: the family business with national acclaim eyeing up more success in future
Speaking on The Leaders Council Podcast, Billie Tossoun, director of launderer, dry cleaner and valet service provider, Chelsea Green Valet, lifts the lid on the company's origins, illustrious history in the industry, and its exciting plans for even more success in the future.
Hunt criticises timeframe to secure freedom of detainees in Iran
Former foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt has praised the “extraordinary achievement” of securing the release of British-Iranians Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori from captivity in Iran but hit out at the amount of time taken to bring them home.
GTE Training Academy to run training courses in April and May
GTE Training Academy near Bristol is running a number of courses in April and May to help provide quality training in the tunnelling and construction industries, and basic medical first aid training for children.
Space4Autism and Motherwell Cheshire founders critique impact of influencers and social media on the mental health of women
Speaking on The Leaders Council Podcast, the founders of two charities spoke out about the impact of influencer culture and social media on the mental health of women and girls, stressing the need for change at source and within education and the law to properly address the issue.
Interest rates raised to 0.75 per cent
The Bank of England has raised interest rates from 0.5 per cent to 0.75 per cent, its third hike in four months.
DRPG announce partnership with BBJ and K
DRP Group [DRPG] has announced its partnership with media planning and buying agency, BBJ&K.
Fusion Telecom boss talks changes in the payment processing industry and what this means for cash and consumers
Speaking on The Leaders Council Podcast, Fusion Telecom managing director Adam Norsworthy addresses current changes to how people pay for goods and services and how this could facilitate a move toward a cashless society.
Hands: Transition to cleaner energy production “an issue of national security”
Energy minister Greg Hands has said that the UK’s move toward cleaner and greener energy production is now an “issue of national security” as well as cutting down on the nation’s carbon output.
CW Innovation and DigitalHealth.London’s new Horizon Fellowship announces 20 Fellows
Staff leading innovation projects at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are to be supported by the Horizon Fellowship programme.
NAADUK steps up to support Ukraine
Member companies of the National Association of Air Duct-Specialists UK [NAADUK] have agreed to offer support to Ukrainians fleeing the conflict in their home country and finding refuge in the UK.
Levelling Up: Foresight Group director highlights importance of regional investment
Speaking on The Leaders Council Podcast, Matthew Pomroy, director at leading listed infrastructure and private equity investment manager, Foresight Group, discussed the importance of regional investment in helping grow UK industry and make the government’s levelling up ambitions a reality.
Government awards over £11 million to local authorities for better air quality
Local authorities in England have been allocated £11.6 million in government funding to help improve air quality.
Analysing the Health and Care Bill: Five Rivers Child Care and Barnardo’s call for greater focus on children and young people
Writing for The Leaders Council in a special report, the founder of social enterprise Five Rivers Child Care and co-interim CEOs of major children’s charity Barnardo’s critique the government’s Health and Care Bill currently progressing through Parliament, calling for a greater focus on children’s services.
Entrepreneur Ruth Hall featured in The Successful Founder's Inspirational Female Founder Spotlight
Ruth Hall [née Badger], co-founder and managing director of Everything Tech, founder of The Ruth Badger Consultancy and member of The Leaders Council, recently featured in The Successful Founder magazine in recognition of her achievements in business.
Ukraine conflict: Wallace outlines further UK arms support
UK defence secretary Ben Wallace has announced that further arms will be sent to bolster Ukraine’s defensive forces as Russia continues its military offensive in the country.