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11 Jun 2018
A free workshop at University Centre Shrewsbury will highlight new opportunities for businesses created by a national move to make more geographic data available to the public. The event on Tuesday June 26, 2018, organised by The Centre for Research into Environmental Science and Technology at University Centre Shrewsbury ([email protected]), will explore the benefits for businesses in using geospatial...
30 May 2018
All 11 units in phase one of a Shropshire business park scheme have been snapped up by firms keen to take advantage of the area’s limited commercial development space - and only seven units remain to be sold in phase two. Tern Valley Business Park at Market Drayton is offering a rare opportunity to set up a commercial base in the town and has sparked lots of interest, with 19 of the available...
27 Apr 2018
Telford & Wrekin Council has launched a special scheme to recognise the local business community as part of the celebrations around Telford’s 50th anniversary.   The Telford50 Award has been designed to acknowledge how businesses across Telford have made a positive impact to the town’s development during anytime within the last 50 years, with businesses of all shapes and sizes invited to...
Halls Commercial has found a new base for Fisheye in Shrewsbury town centre
22 Mar 2018
An ecommerce agency has moved into a new office at an iconic building in Shrewsbury town centre and plans to expand. Fisheye, an award winning Magento development agency, moved from St John’s Hill to Irelands Mansion on High Street. Managing Director Dave Mistry Pain said it marked the start of an exciting new era for the company. He said: “We are now in the perfect building for us. “Shrewsbury...
26 Feb 2018
The recent explosion at a property in Leicester that saw four people lose their lives has given many businesses food for thought. This tragic story has helped to put the spotlight on the issue of fire safety. Companies based in and around Shrewsbury have had more than their fair share of incidents to deal with too. Only last month, the story of a train which caught fire at Shrewsbury Train...
Stephen Moules is the latest employee at the expanding firm Unique Copiers
16 Feb 2018
A booming Shropshire business has taken on it’s second new staff member of 2018 - the third in four months. Stephen Moules, of Priorslee, has joined Unique Copiers in St George’s as a sales representative. Stephen follows Richard Atherden who began work as a trainee photocopier engineer on January 2 and Michael Francis who took on the same role late last year. The latest employee said it is great...
Martin Lunt with Mary Lewis and Lorraine Anderson celebrating the Lunts Pharmacy 50th year
16 Feb 2018
Pharmacies and delivery vans across Shropshire are being given new branding as an independent family-owned business gears up for a golden year in 2018. Lunts Pharmacies, which has two stores in Shrewsbury and well as stores in Pontesbury and Craven Arms, will have been serving the community for 50 years this year. To mark the occasion the company has had its 50th anniversary logo printed on all...
02 Feb 2018
Business students from Shrewsbury Colleges Group presented videos to Shrewsbury Town Football Club officials last week, with the winners earning big rewards. Small teams of the Level 3 Extended Diploma students had seven weeks to create a short video that encouraged younger fans to come to the games. These videos were then judged by teachers and management from Shrewsbury Town Football Club....
Huw Bevan from Halls Commercial and Jane Memory from Lyth Hill Stores are working together to find a new owner
26 Jan 2018
A well known face at a community shop near Shrewsbury is looking to hand over her keys. Jane Memory has been running Lyth Hill Stores, based at the crossroads in Bayston Hill, for almost four years. The 49-year-old wants to spend more time with her family but said she has loved working in the shop and it is a great opportunity for someone else to buy. “You meet so many people and it is so nice...
Unique Copiers, based in Telford, is going from strength to strength - pictured is managing director Adrian Casey
12 Jan 2018
A Shropshire company is starting the New Year on a high after a busy and active few months. Unique Copiers, in St George’s, Telford, won many new contracts in the last two months of 2017 and increased a further three current contracts. Owner Adrian Casey believes the boom in business is because more firms are looking for a local company they know they can rely on for their business needs. “Many...
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