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Lee Corden





Finance Business News - A survey of businesses in Coventry and Warwickshire has revealed the massive economic repair job that will be required to deal with the fall-out of the Coronavirus crisis.


Economic support needed for businesses to bounce back from Coronavirus crisis

Restaurant property sale completes in Cardiff

By Lee Corden

Jun 26 2020 11:20AM

Property Business News - A restaurant property based in the heart of Cardiff has been bought by a locally-based, private property company in a deal worth circa 640,000. The property in St Mary Street, which is let to Lezzet Turkish Kitchen for a term of 20 years expiring in 2039 at 65,000 per annum, was sold on behalf of a family pension fund.


Restaurant property sale completes in Cardiff

Call for merchandise ideas for City of Culture

By Lee Corden

Jun 16 2020 10:43AM

Leisure Business News - Coventry City of Culture Trust has issued a callout to manufacturers, makers, artists, suppliers, and artisans across Coventry, Warwickshire and the wider West Midlands to propose ideas for merchandise that will embrace and celebrate Coventry s UK City of Culture brand.


Call for merchandise ideas for City of Culture

Legal Business News - Businesses in Coventry and Warwickshire have been warned not to expect a light touch from the authorities if they fail to follow the health and safety guidance on returning to the workplace.


Follow the rules as you get back to work, businesses told

Property Business News - A landmark Coventry retail warehouse with one of the most prominent profiles in the city has been made available to let. The unit, which is situated on the A46 in Coventry close to the Binley turn-off, was formerly home to Greens the home and garden furniture store.


Well-known retail warehouse in Coventry becomes available

Coventry manufacturer lands engine parts work

By Lee Corden

Jun 03 2020 11:17AM

Technology Business News - Midlands-based lightweight casting specialist Sarginsons has helped a UK engine-maker get back on track after the supply of parts was disrupted by Coronavirus. Sarginsons Industries, which is based in Torrington Avenue, Coventry, was approached to produce 1,000 components on behalf of a UK-based OEM.


Coventry manufacturer lands engine parts work

Finance Business News - Firms in Coventry and Warwickshire can get a message to Government on how they are coping with the Coronavirus crisis through a major business survey.


Survey can help companies get a strong message to Government

Education Business News - A Stratford maths tutor has completely transformed her business due to the coronavirus pandemic by moving teaching sessions online, in a move which could see her work internationally in the future.


Stratford tutor transforms business with help from Chamber

Firms given the steps to take to reopen

By Lee Corden

May 14 2020 12:00AM

Legal Business News - Firms in Coventry and Warwickshire have been advised on the steps to take as they begin to reopen following fresh Government guidance.


Firms given the steps to take to reopen

Business relief at furlough scheme extension

By Lee Corden

May 12 2020 12:00AM

Finance Business News - The Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce believes companies and their staff will be breathing a huge sigh of relief after Chancellor Rishi Sunak extended the furlough scheme to October.


Business relief at furlough scheme extension

Look again at the support available, businesses urged

By Lee Corden

May 04 2020 12:00AM

Finance Business News - Small firms in Coventry and Warwickshire have been urged to look again at grant support after the Government announced a new 617 million discretionary fund. The new grants will be distributed by the local authorities and are designed to help those firms which fell outside the first wave of grant funding.


Look again at the support available, businesses urged

Relief fund welcomed by Chamber Training

By Lee Corden

Apr 29 2020 12:00AM

Recruitment Business News - A new relief fund will help apprenticeship and adult learning providers survive the Coronavirus crisis so the skills gap does not get any wider, according to business leaders.


Relief fund welcomed by Chamber Training

Finance Business News - Business leaders in Coventry and Warwickshire say the Government s Job Retention Scheme has helped to prevent a swathe of immediate job losses in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak.


Furlough scheme has prevented a 'swathe of job losses' and may need extending

Survey shows the urgent need for furlough funding

By Lee Corden

Apr 22 2020 12:00AM

Finance Business News - Business leaders in Coventry and Warwickshire say getting money out quickly to companies for furloughed staff will be the key to survival for many firms after a new survey revealed the extent the Government scheme is being used.


Survey shows the urgent need for furlough funding

Leisure Business News - Coventry s musicians and visual artists are joining forces to create a ground-breaking new visual album delivered by Coventry City of Culture Trust. Coventry City of Culture Trust is commissioning up to 30 local artists to produce a visual album and is calling out for musicians, bands and musical acts, as well as visual artists.


Artists and musicians wanted for Coventry's new 'visual album'

Leisure Business News - Ten Coventry and Warwickshire artists have been selected to showcase and perform new work as part of an online scratch night. Shoot Festival, a platform for new and emerging artists, in partnership with Coventry City of Culture Trust and Belgrade Theatre Coventry, will present the digital scratch night on Wednesday, April 15, at 7pm.


Artists selected for Shut Down but Scratching online event

Finance Business News - A Warwickshire MP and Minister has told businesses in the area that Government is listening to their cashflow concerns and said more measures could be announced in the next few weeks.


Minister tells businesses that Government is listening to their concerns

Finance Business News - Business leaders in Coventry and Warwickshire have welcomed the latest round of Coronavirus support to firms announced by the Government and say it is time to ramp up the levels of cash getting through to companies across the patch.


Chamber welcomes further support for business as firms urgently need cash

Finance Business News - Business leaders in Coventry and Warwickshire say companies have quickly adapted to changes in working practices but that cashflow is the biggest concern in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis.


Firms adapting to change but cashflow is their biggest concern

Finance Business News - A leading business organisation in Coventry and Warwickshire has appointed a new Vice President. Tom Mongan, the general manager of Nuneaton-based manufacturing company Subcon Laser, has taken up the role of Vice President of the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce.


New Vice-President for the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber