Nov 01, 2006
Hoodies head for Norway

A TRADE visit to Norway has opened up a new international market for a Milton Keynes company.

Nov 01, 2006
County must develop its competitive edge

BEDFORDSHIRE has to develop a clear competitive edge and tackle its historical economic under-performance if it is to develop and thrive, Chamber chief executive Richard Lacy told members at the annual general meeting.

Nov 01, 2006
A new Knight in city armoury

PROPERTY consultancy Knight Frank has opened a designated residential developments office in Exchange House.

Nov 01, 2006
WillSnap crackles the pops

Andrew Gibbs reviews a cracking night at The Stables, courtesy of the Will Snap Band of Milton Keynes business people

Nov 01, 2006
Virgin director outlines Milton Keynes station plans

MILTON Keynes has become a key location in the future plans of Virgin Trains. The company is planning to run trains every hour to Birmingham and Manchester from Milton Keynes Central, one of a number of significant developments for rail passengers sc

Nov 01, 2006
Partnership aims to develop the edge

Bedfordshire’s high-tech businesses and academic hubs are set to benefit from a new partnership between Bedfordshire County Council and the University of Bedfordshire.

Nov 01, 2006
City strengthens ties with Germany

COMPANIES in Milton Keynes have been meeting with their counterparts in northern Germany to explore ways to strengthen ties between the two countries.

Oct 01, 2006
Stadium plans to lure the corporates

IT IS perhaps the biggest single statement of the continued ambition of Milton Keynes. The iconic stadium at Denbigh is rising fast and Business MK unveils for the first time an indication of the stadium’s superb corporate facilities.

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