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Record turnout at Lincolnshire Family Business Forum

It was a record turnout at Lincolnshire's Family Business Forum, hosted by Streets Chartered Accountants, NatWest Bank and Andrew & Co Solicitors and supported by Business...

FSB calls for more transparency from bodies like LEPs

Bodies responsible for England’s economic growth need to become more accountable and transparent to gain full support from the country’s small firms, says the...

Ban on diesel and petrol cars, UK needs a proper 50-year...

Reacting to the announcement that all new cars and vans sold in the UK after 2040 will have to be electric, East Midlands Chamber’s...

New partner for Shakespeare Martineau

Shakespeare Martineau have appointed Corporate Lawyer Lisa Botterill, who will join the firm’s Leicester office as a partner. Roy Botterill, partner and head of the...

Forces Veteran signals start of new logistics business

The background of an armed forces veteran who spent his Army career organising logistics and being at the centre of communications networks, is serving...

Productivity is improving but it’s “too early to begin heralding this...

The latest figures from the ONS on the UK’s productivity, show a rise of 0.7% into the fourth quarter of 2017. This is the second...

Fighting slavery from space

Members of the public have been helping experts from the University of Nottingham in their mission to end slavery, by tracking potential sites of...

Two new businesses at Markham Vale

Distribution and logistics giant Great Bear and supply chain specialist Gist Limited are the latest businesses to be handed keys to new premises at...

We don’t know WHAT you’re selling says Greg Simpson, founder of...

Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention PR and Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham, offers some savvy marketing advice to East Midlands Business Link readers..   We...

“Invest in your people, it makes great business sense”

Joanne Godson, Head of People and Operations at Fidler & Pepper, recently spoke with East Midlands Business Link about how the IIP process benefits a business: A...

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New £2.7m broadband boost for Nottinghamshire

People living in some of the most rural parts of Nottinghamshire are set to benefit from a further £2.7 million boost to fibre broadband. More...

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