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05 Aug 2019
Businesses across the Marches which export and import have been urged to make sure their paperwork is up to date ahead of Brexit. The Department for International Trade (DIT) is urging any companies which move goods into or out of the country to make sure they have an Economic Operator Registration and Identification (EORI) number. The number is used by customs officials to identify shipments and...
15 Feb 2019
The latest developments in employment legislation and an insight on the impact of Brexit are just two of the issues that will be tackled at free breakfast briefings next month. Legal experts from the award winning law firm FBC Manby Bowdler will share advice and analysis of the latest developments affecting employers at events at the Marches Growth Hub in Telford on March 11. The hour-long...
31 Dec 2016
     Whichever way you look at it 2016 was a shocker. We lost David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Prince, Andrew Sachs, Ronnie Corbett, George Michael, Carrie Fisher and a whole host more of equally talented people. There was Brexit – let’s not go there, Trump – let’s definitely not go there, an Olympic doping scandal… the list goes on.      The automotive world was also equally mixed-up. Nico Rosberg won...
29 Jul 2016
Shrewsbury based business group Morris & Company, is flying the flag for Britain overseas having secured over £3.5 million worth of international orders for its site machinery business, as it further strengthens its ambitions and growth into global markets. After a year’s worth of new product development and strategic planning, these orders will see Morris Site Machinery supply Australia’s...
07 Jul 2016
Following the historic day on Friday 24th June for British politics, a local solicitor specialising in employment law has shared his predictions on the possible implications for businesses across the region.   Edmund Coxhead, Partner of Shropshire-based PCB Solicitors, is anticipating the recent referendum result is likely to have little short-term impact on current legislation, which shapes laws...
06 Jul 2016
A SHROPSHIRE and POWYS accountant has hit out at companies and individuals trying to cash in on people's fears for the future following the Brexit vote. Rob Ellis, Managing Partner of Welch and Ellis, which is based in Willow Street, Oswestry, says the internet and social media is already heaving with people offering courses and services which they claim will help you to 'Brexit’ proof or protect...
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