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Many of us are probably thinking and maybe longing for a return to normality, to life as we used to know it but in the meantime we must do our bit to fight this virus, whether that is as simple as working from home or as drastic as closing the business during lockdown it is … Read more
The emergency measures to stop the spread of coronavirus infection have meant that many of us are currently working from home for the time being. Fortunately, today’s incredible communications technology has meant that many people are able to carry on with their business projects in collaboration with co-workers and other stakeholders while working remotely. However, … Read more
The outbreak of coronavirus, or COVID-19, has forced us to make extraordinary changes in the way we live and work. For instance, in a very short timescale, many manufacturers have switched from their normal production to make respiratory ventilators, PPE, sanitising gel and a range of other essential items that are vital for frontline workers … Read more
A website post by the West Berkshire Council reports that Newbury has been listed as one of the top 25 European Cities of the Future. This terrific achievement was awarded in the fDi European Cities and Regions of the Future 2020/21 report published by the Financial Times.
As reported recently in Screen Daily, the US Company Blackhall Studios is set to build a new film studio and digital creative hub complex at the Thames Valley Science Park near the University of Reading, Berkshire.
At a session of Prime Minister’s questions in January, before the date when the UK ceased to be a member of the European Union, James Sutherland, the MP for the Berkshire town of Bracknell
Commercial interior design involves creating a workplace environment that focuses on both driving business performance and supporting the wellbeing and happiness of those that work there. In fact, these two objectives are inseparable.
A recent article in South East Business has reported that the South East of England has become an excellent location from which to launch a new business venture. A government-backed scheme aimed at assisting microbusinesses has lent over £45 million to more than 5,000 start-ups, with resulting success.
Anyone who has enjoyed watching the fascinating “Earth from Space” programme on BBC1 may also be aware that the UK is a world leading player in the space industry. Within this thriving sector, the Thames Valley is the centre of knowledge and achievement.
There is much uncertainty relating to Britain’s future after it leaves the European Union, not least when it comes to prospects for business growth. Given the current climate and media coverage, it can be hard to remain optimistic. However, there are good reasons for doing so.
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