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PML offers to fund HGV driver training

News Last edited 17/09/21
Logistics and supply chain solutions provider PML is offering to pay for the training of eight dedicated drivers to be based at the company’s London Heathrow headquarters and soon-to-open Lympne, Kent facility.

South East Cyber Resilience Centre welcomes new director

News Last edited 16/09/21
Detective superintendent Andy Richardson has taken up a new role as director of the South East Cyber Resilience Centre (SECRC), leading its fight to tackle the threat of cybercrime.

Three new recruits mark Carpenter Box annual trainee programme

News Last edited 16/09/21
Carpenter Box, a Worthing-based firm of chartered accountants, tax and business advisers, has welcomed three new trainees to mark the start of its annual training programme.

New KPMG study highlights how Covid-19 will permanently change the UK business landscape

News Last edited 15/09/21
As some businesses prepare for employees to spend two to three days a week working from home on a permanent basis, existing office space capacity could potentially increase by as much as 40%, according to a new KPMG report.

Redhill crowned top art-buying town in Britain

News Last edited 16/09/21
A study by Artfinder, the UK’s biggest art marketplace, has revealed that Redhill in Surrey is Britain’s number one art-buying town, with 3,198 artworks bought per 100,000 inhabitants.

Retail sales and orders growth soar but supply issues mount

News Last edited 14/09/21
Retail sales grew at the sharpest pace since December 2014 in the year to August, while orders growth hit a survey record high, according to the latest CBI quarterly Distributive Trades Survey.

New operator added to app to boost public transport uptake in Surrey and Hampshire

News Last edited 14/09/21
Guildford-based operator Safeguard Coaches has partnered with UK public transport app and website provider Passenger to inspire more people to use local bus services.

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