“Good progress” at Topps Tiles as inspiring strategy pays off

Revenues are up at Leicester’s Topps Tiles – the UK's largest tile specialist – thanks to the company’s "Out-Specialising the Specialists" strategy – a...

Derby logistics firm acquired for undisclosed sum

Derby-based emergency logistics provider Evolution Time Critical (ETC) has been acquired by North American company Metro Supply Chain Group – a move which will...

Deloitte’s Nottingham team advises on LDC beauty brand sale

Mid-market private equity firm LDC (Lloyds Development Capital) has completed the sale of branded consumer goods business Original Additions to US-based beauty and personal...

Multi-brand strategy sees revenue increase at Belvoir

Grantham-based Belvoir Lettings – one of the UK's largest property franchises – has reported a Group revenue increase of 19% - up to £6.9m –...

Lloyds Banking Group announces pledge to help 25,000 exporters by 2020

Lloyds Banking Group has announced a new drive to help thousands of UK businesses become “first time” exporters as part of an effort to...

Buyers still at risk of being caught out by stamp duty...

Ahead of the new Stamp Duty 3% surcharge coming into effect today, Simon Shaw, head of tax at KPMG Midlands, has issued a series...

Loughborough charity receives over £1 million funding from local brand agency

Local brand agency Champions (UK) has presented Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People with a cheque for £1,007,457.25. Since 2007, Loughborough-based Rainbows has enjoyed...

Employment taxes fall by 2.6% according to new study

Businesses across the East Midlands are paying less in social security and other employment “taxes” that they were four years ago according to a...

Russell Scanlan awarded Chartered status

Nottingham’s largest independent insurance broker Russell Scanlan has been awarded prestigious Chartered status by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) – becoming one of only...

SMEs underestimating the cost of data breaches – Experian

Half of small businesses in the UK have no plan in place to deal with a data breach and are drastically underestimating the cost...

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