Why do financial companies sponsor sports?

It is a regular practice for financial organizations’ sponsorship of sports. These companies have generally had to collaborate with the biggest sporting organization in the world, which is part of a trillion-dollar business. This regular relationship between financial institutions and the...

Mike Page

Mike Page


4 Benefits of Getting Diesel Generators

Authored by Mike Page

Due to constant changes with demand and supply, fuel prices continue to increase each year. One of the best ways to counteract this is by finding a cost-effective solution to meet your needs. For individuals who need access to a continuous power supply, getting a diesel generator is highly recommended.

This type of generator is commonly used in establishments where energy is...

Fully-funded, bespoke support launches for businesses in East Devon

Authored by News Desk

To help businesses in East Devon at this challenging time, East Devon District Council are funding a £40,000 package of Business Support.

The support programmes, delivered by Cosmic and Business Information Point , will include packages of training, advice and direct consultancy. This is specific, tailored support for East Devon businesses over and above any other regional support...

Do You Know the UK's Fire Extinguisher Regulations?

Authored by Mike Page

Commercial buildings should have fire extinguishers to put out small fires. Regulations cover these portable units. There are different fire extinguisher classes, classified according to the type of fire they can put out.

Suppose you are the owner of a commercial establishment. In that case, it will benefit you to understand the fire extinguisher regulations and the class of fire...

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Take off for all important Exeter-Newcastle route as Loganair restores lost Flybe service

Authored by Mary

The first service between Exeter and Newcastle took off for the first time today, as Loganair brings back connectivity between the two cities for business and leisure.

Operated using a 49-seat Embraer 145 regional jet, the service will see twice-weekly flights on Monday and Friday throughout winter with lead in fares of £54.99 each way.

The winter timetable has departures...

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Devon solicitors in the running for national family law awards

Authored by The Family Law Co.

Flying the flag for the region, two of the hardest working specialist solicitors in Devon have been shortlisted in the national Family Law Awards.

Director and co-founder of The Family Law Company Jane Chanot is a finalist in the International Family Lawyer category, whilst Grace Bradley is on the shortlist for Associate Solicitor of the Year.

Both solicitors work at the...

Project Plan B explains recycling end of life garments

Authored by News Desk

Nearly 90 percent of UK workwear already ends up in landfill or incinerated every year, according to the Wrap Review of Corporatewear arisings and opportunities 2012; and Project Plan B has found that Covid-19 has exacerbated that problem.

Project Plan B offer a design to delivery full manufacturing service, with end of life recycling. Garments are carefully designed to be recycled...

Commercial director appointed at South West nursery group

Authored by Mary

A South West-based nursery group has appointed Chris Marston as Commercial Director to help with its significant recent growth.

Chris has joined the Mama Bear’s Day Nursery and Pre-School group, which has 24 settings across Bristol, Somerset and Devon, and will work closely with owner Tony Driffield to oversee the business and help drive it forward.

With a career spent in...

Steptember – The Plymouth Workplace Walking Challenge for 2020

Authored by Mary

Many of Plymouth’s businesses and organisations will be taking part in an innovative month-long workplace walking challenge throughout September.

The ‘Steptember’ challenge is all about how little changes make a big difference to individuals, businesses and the world around us. 

This walking challenge is for Plymouth Workplaces only and will be a great opportunity to use...

Tips for Going into Business with a Friend

Authored by Mary

Starting a new business venture is exciting enough, but when you get to do it with a good friend, it’s even better. You trust each other, share the same vision, you always help to put each other at ease, and can solve problems together. Yes, the idea of running a business with one of your closest friends is a lovely one, but the truth is it isn’t always as fun and friendly as you might think...

Plymouth Science Park steps up to support University of Plymouth students

Authored by PlymouthSciencePark

Plymouth Science Park has loaned laboratory space to second year biomedical students, enabling them to achieve essential clinical microbiology proficiencies.

Every summer, students training to be Biomedical Scientists from the University of Plymouth complete clinical placement experience to help them build-up a portfolio of essential clinical, diagnostic and research skills.