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Awards put the emphasis on health and well-being
July 22, 2019

ORGANISERS of the 2020 Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards have confirmed the theme as the overall health and wellbeing of the city, its businesses, workforce and residents.

Firms savour strong year of growth as county’s economy thrives
July 17, 2019

BUSINESS have enjoyed a strong year of growth as they continue to prosper in a robust Bedfordshire economy, delivering increases in turnover, profitability and employment, according to a new report published today (Tuesday).

The search is on for the region’s tech innovators
July 16, 2019

ARE YOU a thriving business, academic, designer or techie, with innovations and technology-revelations to celebrate? Then Biztech’s BrightSparc and Digital Awards wants to hear from you. 

Electric vehicle charging specialist seals deal for new HQ
July 22, 2019

THE UK’S largest electric vehicle charging company is preparing to move its national headquarters to Milton Keynes.

MK:U jury picks winning design for new university
July 30, 2019

THE designers behind Harvard University’s new Smith Campus Center, as well as the London 2012 Velodrome and the award-winning WWF Living Planet Centre eco-building have been chosen to create a 21stcentury university quarter for Milton Keynes.

Milton Keynes is a European City for Sport 2020
July 19, 2019

MILTON Keynes has been named a European City of Sport for 2020.
The decision by ACES Europe, the European Cities and Capitals of Sport Federation, has been welcomed across the city. Business leaders organisation Milton Keynes Business Leaders Partnership tweeted: “Well done to all involved with the #ECOS bid – can’t wait to see how this shapes #MiltonKeynes in 2020.”
Milton Keynes will host a series of special events next year to celebrate local sport and encourage community interaction. Cllr Jenny Marklew, the council’s cabinet member for sport, said: “We are delighted. It recognises Milton Keynes’ sporting excellence, the great commitment of our local clubs and athletes and our ambition to involve more people in sport and activity.”
ACES Europe vice president John Swanson added: “The assessors were really impressed at the range and diversity of sport on offer across the city and the ambition in its plans for future development.”

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