Oct 01, 2006
Business builds links with Poland
The Central Eastern Europe Initiative is working to facilitate trade between British and Polish companies by providing advice on researching potential markets and organising escorted visits.The initiative, based at
Oct 01, 2006
Get more from your customer relationship management
Customer Relationship Management can mean different things to different people. In simple terms, it is a means of collecting information about your contacts - customers, leads, prospects, competitors, suppliers
Oct 01, 2006
Whitbread sells group headquarters
The leisure giant is moving its head office staff to offices in Luton and Dunstable and the sale will be concluded once the new office premises have been refurbished.Duncan
Oct 01, 2006
Firms reap rewards of resource efficiency
The Resource Efficiency Action Programme set up the Green Business Network set a target of £250,000 worth of savings a year ago. The participating companies have totalled more than
Oct 01, 2006
United front for Olympic glory
Key representatives from local authorities, the University of Bedfordshire, Bedford College, County Sports Partnership, Bedford Development Agency, London Luton Airport, Woburn Abbey and the county’s MPs, have met to
Oct 01, 2006
Electronics firm targets bright sparks
The firm set up a bespoke apprenticeship scheme and recruited five school leavers who in 18 months have become skilled electronic manufacturing workers.Axis has just taken on another six
Oct 01, 2006
Ofsted: Luton meets needs of employers
Skills Minister Phil Hope has congratulated the town for bringing the provision of education and training for young people up to a ‘satisfactory’ standard. He added: "I am
Oct 01, 2006
RBS opens new regional offices
The move has brought the bank’s corporate, commercial and Lombard businesses and private bank Coutts’ new office under one roof. The new building in Silbury Boulevard, is a major
Oct 01, 2006
Investment must lead growth, says economist
Andrew Wilson, deputy chief economist for the Royal Bank of Scotland, warned that today’s consumer could no longer lead economic growth. "That will be down to business investment," he
News Filter
online publications

Read the Latest Editions