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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.
Major network of underwater cameras will help to make ocean wildlife more visible through the Blue Belt Programme
In a pioneering effort to make the ocean wildlife and diverse eco-systems of the oceans surrounding UK overseas Terrirtories (UKOTs) more visible. A major network of underwater cameras are to be deployed to collect data and map habitats.
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.
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.
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.
Liz Truss sets out agenda to work with G7 as she chairs first Trade Track Ministerial Meeting
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss, will be sitting down with her counterparts across the G7 and the WTO’s Director General, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, to look at a reform of global trade.
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.
GK Training Services contribute to 'The Butterfly Project - A symbol of hope'
GK Training Services are a small, friendly and focused independent training provider that works with young people on a variety of courses. The learners recently contributed to the Leigh Neighbours Butterfly Project.
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.
Wolverhampton Grand Theatre Launch new ‘vodcast’ and Adrian Jackson, CEO, nominated for Leadership Award
While hospitality and live shows are still closed, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre have continued to provide excellent entertainment through other means by launching a new vodast. Adrian Jackson, CEO & Creative Director, has also been nominated for a West Midlands Leadership Award for the work he has done lighting the way through a very difficult year.
Leadership Round-Up: Colin Low interviews Coffeelink Founder and Techna International go green
In today's leadership round-up we see that Techna International have a taken a step towards a greener future and that Colin Low, founder of Kingsfleet Wealth, continues to shine a spotlight on the businesses, leaders and charities across Suffolk.
Radical Sportscars showcases its global best at its 2020 Dealer of the Year Awards
Leading racing-sportscar manufacturer, Radical Sportscars, has showcased its highest performing global dealerships at its 2020 Dealer of the Year Awards.
Covid-19: NEST Management reflects on a year of restrictions and how it has helped the martial arts industry through the pandemic
Looking back over the previous 12 months of Covid-19 restrictions in the UK, the team at NEST Management reflects on the impact of lockdown and how the martial arts industry it supplies has used its systems to adapt.
Raab to attend UK-Gibraltar Joint Ministerial Council
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab has travelled to Gibraltar to attend the Joint Ministerial Council and hold bilateral talks with Gibraltar’s chief minister, Fabian Picardo.