Articles tagged with: birmingham business news
One of the region’s leading accountants has warned that funding and managing cashflow will be key if businesses are to successfully navigate the economic downturn caused by Covid-19.
A leading utility management specialist has strengthened its Business Development team with two key appointments as it looks to meet £3m turnover targets for 2020.
An expert divorce lawyer has stressed the importance of planning in family businesses following a case in which divorce proceedings impacted on the stability of the business and put the whole family at risk of …
A manufacturing collective has urged the Government to make its ‘restart, reposition and transform’ commitment to industry a reality and not just another marketing slogan.
A Birmingham headquartered outsourcing specialist has announced plans to double in size over the next five years following a record period of growth in the UK and abroad.
A Stafford-based crisis management specialist has joined forces with a top UK motivational speaking company to launch a virtual offer for businesses keen to improve their health, safety, well-being culture and organisational resilience.
The region’s leading residential property expert, Centrick, is making a home for itself in the commercial property sector with its buyout of Andrew Grant Commercial. Creating a new branch of the business operating under the title Centrick Commercial, the team will oversee an …
Harvested from organically grown hemp in the USA and operated here in the Midlands, CHOICE CBD is ready to take the UK by storm. The new online-based business launched last month in response to an …
A consultation seeking to end any unfair practices across the UK’s dairy sector has been praised by a leading lawyer who works closely with farmers.
Clarke Willmott LLP has been appointed to serve on a panel of leading housing specialist law firms as part of a £15 million legal services framework agreement.
IR35 specialist, Qdos, has responded to the breaking news that the 2021 rollout of IR35 reform in the private sector has been accepted as part of the Finance Bill and will go ahead, after MPs …
An award-winning commercial property specialist says the market is starting to show the first signs of recovery from the coronavirus lockdown – and revealed it still clinched millions of pounds of deals while the country …
Tourism and hospitality businesses across the West Midlands are being encouraged to apply for new VisitEngland industry accreditation to give assurances to visitors as the sector prepares to reopen following the coronavirus outbreak.
Portech Systems launches contactless Proof of Delivery app safePOD as businesses return to normal during COVID-19
Birmingham, Mobile enterprise app developer Portech Systems has launched a new contactless point of delivery (POD) app called safePOD that is designed to make delivery safer as business levels start to return to normal amidst the coronavirus …
The much-anticipated re-opening of businesses in the food and drink sector has been given the green light for 4 July, a welcome decision for both those in the industry and consumers.
Small to Medium-sized (SME) manufacturers across England have been given a £6.5m funding boost to help them recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and address key barriers to growth.
PP Control & Automation (PP C&A) has become one of the first companies in the UK to be ‘virtually’ re-certified to a prestigious international quality standard.
Birmingham-based Fintech, Cirrostratus Exedra, claims its Open Banking Treasury Management Software is a defence for senior directors against fraud such as Wirecard or Patisserie Valerie.
Training and Manufacturing Group launches technical courses for furloughed apprentices and employees
Furloughed apprentices and employees are being given the opportunity to learn new skills thanks to a new package of support from the Training and Manufacturing Group (TMG).