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Teams race to sign up for the Nottingham Riverside Festival Dragon...

Companies, clubs and organisations from across the region are getting their teams together and signing up to take part in the eagerly anticipated Nottingham...

Firstsource commits future to Derby and is ready to recruit

Derby Council has announced that it has been working with the city of Kolkata in West Bengal to establish working partnerships between local businesses...

Nottinghamshire industrial park could be Heathrow logistics hub

Laing O’Rourke invited key stakeholders to Explore Industrial Park, Worksop, to discuss the area’s potential for growth and development, if it is selected as...

Shawpak targets £3m sales as interest in its new packaging technology...

A new packaging solution for the medical and food sectors is set to deliver more than £3m of sales for an East Midlands manufacturer. Shawpak,...

Confidence takes a knock as Brexit jitters take their toll on...

UK food and drink manufacturers are feeling the pinch of Brexit uncertainty but are striding ahead with investment plans to boost productivity, automation and...

“Quality customer service is the key to a profitable business”

James Willow, Managing Director of leading commercial interior fit-out specialist, Butler & Willow, talked to Business Link about why customer service should be at...

East Midlands agriculture sector among top UK performers

East Midlands agriculture companies are continuing to outperform the majority of their regional counterparts, as new research reveals that they are among the most...

Innovation injection needed to narrow UK’s productivity gap

The UK’s productivity gap could be tackled by ensuring innovation among small firms is hardwired within supply chains. New research from the Federation of Small Businesses...

McCann leads the way on delivery of Highways England Health and...

Nottingham-based civil and electrical engineering firm McCann is playing a crucial role in educating fellow highway professionals by achieving relevant accreditations in order to...

Business owner fined £1,400 for cutting down protected trees

Fourteen mature trees illegally hacked down by a Measham business owner must be replanted, a court has ordered. Stuart Andrews, the owner of Andrews Haulage...

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