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Technology Business News - Organizations invest heavily in security and compliance. They secure and monitor emails, networks and devices to help protect their data, employees and reputation. However, 2020 has seen a radical change in where and how many of us work and, with it, we have seen the accelerated adoption of collaboration platforms such as Zoom, Teams and Webex.


Theta Lake's rapid rise to prominence from the need to protect the collaborative workplace

Technology Business News - Did you know that Sweden is one of the countries leading the way in the move to a cashless society In 2018, it is estimated that only 1 of Sweden s GDP was circulating in cash compared to 8 in the United States.


MovoCash at the forefront of Digital Payments Technology as we shift away from cash

Technology Business News - The business world has a big problem to solve. To operate effectively, many companies need to have employees based on site, yet they are rightly concerned that their company could fall victim to a COVID-19 outbreak.


ScaleOut Software Develop COVID-19 Contact Tracing Application for Business

Environment Business News - ETA Skip Hire NW Ltd started in 2017, with just one van and six skips, but since the pandemic, the company has recruited two new administration staff, three more drivers and bought out a local competitor.


Family business triples in size due to spike in DIY projects in lockdown

Property Business News - A mortgage advisor is urging people who want to buy a property to act now before the stamp duty holiday runs out. Matt Colley, of Moving Experience, has seen a surge in people looking to move due to lockdown and a temporary cut to the stamp duty land tax.


Mortgages in the time of COVID

Escaping the rental cycle

By Karen Curtin

Nov 16 2020 11:26AM

Property Business News - Making a move to the country can meet these new needs, potentially at a lower cost than people might expect. Those who rent in London and other major UK cities are now considering whether being at the heart of the action is worth the high rental prices for small apartments with little access to green space.


Escaping the rental cycle

Retail Business News - How do you celebrate Christmas in a pandemic With a socially distanced two-metre Christmas cracker of course ...


Where The Trade Buys Launch 2m Christmas Cracker To Aid Social Distancing

Health Business News - In little over a year, Clare Davis s brother died, her house burnt down, her young child went missing and she was diagnosed with skin cancer. The last three events took place within a fortnight of each other testing the mum-of-four s resilience to the core.


Trainer delivers mental health support in the workplace and schools

Construction Business News - A former Harbour Master and Master Mariner has set course for new horizons using all of his nautical experience and skills. Captain Mike Nicholson from Newcastle has established Shipmove, a marine consultancy offering practical solutions for ships, ports, and people.


No Bridge Too Far For Shipmove

Retail Business News - Over 45 retailers remain open at the Derby Centre for essential shopping, click and collect services and takeaways throughout November. The shopping destination remains open during lockdown, safely providing essential retail services to Derbyshire locals, with free parking available all day.


Shop for essentials safely with free parking








Latest Business News

Property Business News - Meet the Businesses Leading the Way by Switching from Oil to Gas Back in June 2019, the UK became the first country to pass a net zero emissions law, with a target set for bringing all greenhouse gases to net zero by 250.


Meet the Businesses Leading the Way by Switching from Oil to Gas

Travel Business News - For many of us, spending a night away in a hotel comes with only a few basic requirements fresh bed sheets, a working shower, tea and coffee-making facilities, and adequate hygiene and cleanliness. We ve all heard the expression the customer is always right . But there s no denying that some requests hotels have received in the past challenge this statement.


Inn Collection Reveal The Most Bizarre Requests and Complaints from Hotel Guests

Construction Business News - Over the course of the last twenty years or so, there have been several methods used to make construction greener and more sustainable. For example, the use of solar panels and the integration of eco-friendly, biodegradable materials into building design have been tried and tested.


Sustainable Construction Improving Construction Methods

Construction Business News - Architects and construction companies are constantly pushing boundaries and using new methods to deliver ground-breaking projects that meet budgets and incorporate the latest technology. They are also built with safety and sustainability at the heart of their key performance indicators.


Five of the Most Innovative Buildings in the World

Leisure Business News - Many people have needed to work from home this year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, which means that our furry friends have been able to enjoy our company for months on end. Dogs specifically will have loved the attention as they thrive off being sociable and enjoy the company of their owners.


Preparing Your Pets For 'Normality'

Technology Business News - Siemens technology helped postgraduate MSc Mechatronic Systems Engineering students to complete a vital academic project after Covid-19 closed the campus and stopped them accessing any physical equipment in their labs.


Siemens digital tools come to rescue of Middlesex students after Covid lockdown

Leisure Business News - The Greater Manchester based Racing4Business team behind the fundraising campaign Burrow Seven like to do things differently. The concept behind Burrow Seven was in itself unique. They named a thoroughbred racehorse after Rugby League legend Rob Burrow and invited the public to purchase a year s membership of the Burrow Seven Membership Club for 59.


Would your business like to win headline sponsorship for Burrow Seven's silk

Technology Business News - Manufacturers are risking wasted time, money and effort adopting digital technology without a strategic plan for digital transformation, research by Made Smarter North West Pilot has revealed. A survey exploring the awareness, attitudes and approach to digital technologies of 201 SME manufacturers found huge appetite and motivation to introduce new digital tools into their operations.


SME manufacturers must take a strategic approach to capitalise on technology ado

Food Business News - Foodbanks across Stratford District have been blown away by the generosity of residents at a time when demand for their services has shot up dramatically. The pandemic has seen more and more people needing foodbanks as a last resort to ensure they are able to put food on the table.


Foodbanks in Stratford District blown away by public's generosity

Health Business News - A new smart thermometer is launching which promises up to 10x more accurate measurements. Celsium is a medical grade wearable thermometer that links to an app, taking automatic readings every four seconds and instantly alerting the user when temperature rises.


Celsium smart wearable thermometer launches

Legal Business News - An expert in green technologies law says Government plans to drive massive growth in the use of electric cars must be supported by an equally ambitious upgrade of the national infrastructure.


FBC Manby Bowdler expert says more action needed over drive to electric vehicles

Construction Business News - Four nationwide operators have signed contracts to open new premises at a 30 million mixed-use scheme in Nottingham. Gedling Borough Council has granted planning permission for the creation of a 53,000 sq ft trade park and an industrial unit of 28,860 sq ft at Teal Park off the Colwick Loop Road in Netherfield.


Four nationwide businesses opening new premises in Nottingham

Health Business News - 2020 has been a tough year for everyone but especially for the elderly. As they are more susceptible to COVID-19, most of them have been shielding and cooped up in their homes for most of the year.


Caring for the Elderly Through Winter

Food Business News - Christmastime is a happy period of giving and receiving gifts, over-indulging on food, and treating yourself to the luxuries that you ve been missing all year. But amongst the joy of yuletide festivities, there is one gift that keeps on giving that we would rather do without waste. Yes, waste is monumental at Christmas.


Preparing Your House for the Festive Flurry of Rubbish

Food Business News - Leading vegetable, salad and mayonnaise producer Troy Foods has expanded its operations with the completion of a fourth site in Yorkshire. Supported by a 500,000 investment from NPIF Mercia Debt Finance, managed by Mercia and part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund NPIF , the new fully operational facility is expected to create more than 20 new jobs.


Troy Foods completes new £500,000 ready-to-eat vegetable processing site

Retail Business News - Every company owner wants their website to rank at the top of Google, but a lot of people just starting out don t actually know where to start. Google is constantly updating its algorithm, and to be honest, unless you re absorbed into the world of SEO, it can be difficult to get to grips with it. There are two main components to SEO on page SEO amp off page SEO.


Getting Your On Page SEO Right as a New Company

Health Business News - A major initiative aiming to boost economic productivity is calling on businesses across the Midlands to prioritise their employees mental health after COVID-19 has put significant strain on workers wellbeing.


Major initiative calls on Midlands businesses to prioritise mental health

Technology Business News - Digital product and service company Code Computerlove has launched a range of new services on the back of insights into the key challenges businesses are facing amid the Covid-19 pandemic.


Code Computerlove launches new services to help Covid impacted businesses

Construction Business News - McAuliffe Group, a subcontractor of Miller Homes in the North West, has won the Best Application of Remediation Technologies award at the Brownfield Awards 2020.


Regeneration Awards for Northern Miller Homes Site

Education Business News - The Northumbria Enterprise and Business Support 2 NEBS2 also includes a financial contribution to help small businesses employ up to two graduates, typically on 6-month internships programmes.


Northumbria secures funding worth up to £1.9m to help SMEs and graduates