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Peak District puts tourism under the microscope

Trends and opportunities in tourism – including the latest digital developments, accommodation potential and business support – will come under the spotlight at Marketing...

Aggregate firm encourages others in construction sector to work against stress

Construction materials supplier Aggregate Industries is calling on construction companies to focus on mental health in the workplace after seeing the success its own...

JLT comments on global ransomware cyber-attack

Commenting on the global ransomware cyber-attack today, Jack Lyons, Partner, JLT Specialty, said: “This underscores the dangers that one ransomware attack can pose to...

Stress is a way of life for 75% of workers, new...

Three in four UK workers say stress is a way of life, a new survey has revealed. The research – conducted by Cascade HR –...

Midlands firms need more funding advice, survey finds

SMEs in the Midlands could benefit from more guidance on the funding options available to them, a new survey of more than 1,000 businesses...

Your media reputation, can you handle the truth?

Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention PR and Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham, asks: Do you know what your target media thinks about you,...

Viewpoint with Streets Chartered Accountants – Will you be better off;...

This month we talk with Paul Merrell, Tax Partner at Streets Chartered Accountants who asks: will you be better off; or at least no...

Post-Brexit rule change could boost growth, says Local Government Association

Simpler rules regulating how councils buy goods and services after Brexit could boost growth and create jobs, the Local Government Association says today. Council leaders...

Family firms could be in the taxman’s sights, warns NFU Mutual

Family businesses could well be included as part of a multimillion pound tax crackdown on “mid-size businesses and wealthy individuals” set to begin next...

Drive standards up to protect cyclists, says aggregate supplier

Mardon Hill-based Aggregate Industries is calling on the construction industry to help raise standards in order to reduce and prevent future accidents between cyclists...

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More Midlands firms consider flexible working option

More than two thirds of middle market businesses in the Midlands and East Anglia are considering new flexible working options for their employees –...

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