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Shutter takes the chair at Nottingham Playhouse

Nottingham Playhouse has announced that Caroline Shutter has been appointed as chair of the Trust. Shutter has been a trustee of Nottingham Playhouse since...

Stewart joins Foster as sales manager

Welding supplier Foster Industrial has strengthened its sales team with the appointment of a new sales manager. Tom Stewart joins from IWS Nottingham, a...

Lowe on a high at joining A1 Flues

New Ollerton-based A1 Flue Systems has made a second appointment as part of its growth plan for its new domestic flue supply company. Sam...

Future ‘relies on millenials’, say East Mids SMEs

SMEs in the East Midlands believe future success relies on their ability to recruit so-called millennials – those born between 1980 and 2000 –...

PwC appoints new Midlands chair

Matt Hammond has been appointed regional chairman of PwC in the Midlands, heading up over 2,000 staff in the firm’s Birmingham, Castle Donington and...

Surge in student applications at PwC

Across the UK, PwC received its highest ever number of applications this year, with over 41,000 students applying for over 2,400 graduate, school leaver,...

New student leader flies into Nottingham

The University of Nottingham has appointed a chief student management officer who will lead on the management of the student life cycle – from...

Bray & Bray expands private client team

Bray & Bray Solicitors has added three new members of staff to its Wills, Trusts and Probate team. Natalie Aldrich will be based at the...

Knights reveals Derby partners

Law firm Knights has announced the initial six partners who will be joining its new Derby office. Commercial lawyer, Andrew Pilkington will head up the...

Contracts exchanged on £30m Nottingham life sciences hub

Work has started on site at a new £30m life sciences building in Nottingham that will form an extension to the highly successful BioCity...
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Brewing pioneer to be given honorary degree in Nottingham

Former University of Nottingham professor Katherine Smart, who pioneered world class research into brewing science, will receive an honorary degree tomorrow. Professor Smart, who was...

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