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More than 25,000 sq ft of office space to let at Shrewsbury’s Flaxmill Maltings

More than 25,000 sq ft of converted office space set across four floors is available to let at Historic England’s iconic Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings.
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Heritage Glass Group raises a glass to new partnership

Shrewsbury-based Heritage Glass Group has announced a new partnership with Kerry Vale Vineyard on the Shropshire/Powys border.

Shropshire marketing specialist to host free webinar to boost e-commerce business sales

The second in a series of free webinars, hosted by a Shropshire marketing specialist, to support e-commerce businesses across the UK will take place this Wednesday.

FBC Manby Bowdler boss takes on marathon challenge for charity

A managing director for a local law firm is gearing up to take on the London Marathon this October to raise money for Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice.

Marches LEP investment in skills helping region to recover

A multi-million pound investment in building skills across the Marches is playing a key part in helping the region’s fightback from the Covid pandemic.
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Heritage Glass Group raises a glass to new partnership

Shrewsbury-based Heritage Glass Group has announced a new partnership with Kerry Vale Vineyard on the Shropshire/Powys border.

Shropshire marketing specialist to host free webinar to boost e-commerce business sales

The second in a series of free webinars, hosted by a Shropshire marketing specialist, to support e-commerce businesses across the UK will take place this Wednesday.

FBC Manby Bowdler boss takes on marathon challenge for charity

A managing director for a local law firm is gearing up to take on the London Marathon this October to raise money for Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice.

EAS to host Technology Day with Digital Leaders

Robotic Process Automation specialist Endpoint Automation Services is opening its Oswestry headquarters to host a Digital Technology Day with leaders from UiPath, Druid, and Xeretec.

Discrimination case sends flexible working warning, alerts lawyer

The high-profile case of an estate agent who won a sex discrimination claim against her employer highlights the importance of businesses considering flexible working requests seriously, says a Shropshire employment lawyer.

Law firm encourages staff to “bee” helpful

With bee populations in steep decline, staff at a law firm in Shropshire are doing their bit to help create a better environment to allow them to flourish.

Shropshire architects among first to sign up to zero carbon pledge

A firm of Shropshire architects has become one of the first in the county to sign up to a nationwide pledge to become a net carbon business by 2050.

Shropshire businesses hope to avoid a winter of discontent

Businesses will be encouraged by the Government’s latest steps to protect people from a spike in Covid cases during the winter, according to Shropshire Chamber of Commerce.

AceOn MD joins government research programme group

A UK Government funded research and innovation programme, has appointed AceOn Group's Managing Director to its advisory group.

Increasing apprenticeships key to solving haulage industry crisis says Shropshire freight specialist

Increasing the number of workplace apprenticeships in the haulage industry is critical to alleviate future driver shortages and protect UK supply chains from longer term disruption, says a Shropshire freight specialist.

Private Medical Insurance vital for businesses as waiting lists soar

A Shropshire financial services company says demand for private medical insurance is soaring as hospital waiting lists hit record highs and the country faces a growing staffing crisis.

New Peer Network programme gets underway

A new programme which brings businesses together to learn from each other and expert professional advisers will launch across Shropshire and Herefordshire next week.

Bridgnorth apprentices Highly Commended at major training Awards

Two Bridgnorth learners were recognised for their achievements at the In-Comm Training Annual Awards held on Friday.

EAS to host Technology Day with Digital Leaders

Robotic Process Automation specialist Endpoint Automation Services is opening its Oswestry headquarters to host a Digital Technology Day with leaders from UiPath, Druid, and Xeretec.

Discrimination case sends flexible working warning, alerts lawyer

The high-profile case of an estate agent who won a sex discrimination claim against her employer highlights the importance of businesses considering flexible working requests seriously, says a Shropshire employment lawyer.

Law firm encourages staff to “bee” helpful

With bee populations in steep decline, staff at a law firm in Shropshire are doing their bit to help create a better environment to allow them to flourish.

Shropshire architects among first to sign up to zero carbon pledge

A firm of Shropshire architects has become one of the first in the county to sign up to a nationwide pledge to become a net carbon business by 2050.

Shropshire businesses hope to avoid a winter of discontent

Businesses will be encouraged by the Government’s latest steps to protect people from a spike in Covid cases during the winter, according to Shropshire Chamber of Commerce.

AceOn MD joins government research programme group

A UK Government funded research and innovation programme, has appointed AceOn Group's Managing Director to its advisory group.

Increasing apprenticeships key to solving haulage industry crisis says Shropshire freight specialist

Increasing the number of workplace apprenticeships in the haulage industry is critical to alleviate future driver shortages and protect UK supply chains from longer term disruption, says a Shropshire freight specialist.

Private Medical Insurance vital for businesses as waiting lists soar

A Shropshire financial services company says demand for private medical insurance is soaring as hospital waiting lists hit record highs and the country faces a growing staffing crisis.

New Peer Network programme gets underway

A new programme which brings businesses together to learn from each other and expert professional advisers will launch across Shropshire and Herefordshire next week.

Bridgnorth apprentices Highly Commended at major training Awards

Two Bridgnorth learners were recognised for their achievements at the In-Comm Training Annual Awards held on Friday.

Third round of coronavirus recovery grants available to Telford and Wrekin businesses

Telford & Wrekin Council is gearing up to boost local businesses with a fresh round of coronavirus recovery grants worth up to £10,000.

FSB leader is latest addition to Telford College alumni

The regional chair of the Federation of Small Businesses in the West Midlands is the latest high-flyer to be added to Telford College’s glittering list of alumni.

Shropshire accountancy firm welcomes new trainees

A Shropshire accountancy firm has welcomed four new trainees as they take their first steps towards a career in the industry.

Autocraft Telford secures Volkswagen Group approval

Autocraft Telford has secured Volkswagen Group (VWG) approval for its accident repair centre.
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Marches LEP investment in skills helping region to recover

A multi-million pound investment in building skills across the Marches is playing a key part in helping the region’s fightback from the Covid pandemic.

EAS to host Technology Day with Digital Leaders

Robotic Process Automation specialist Endpoint Automation Services is opening its Oswestry headquarters to host a Digital Technology Day with leaders from UiPath, Druid, and Xeretec.
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Discrimination case sends flexible working warning, alerts lawyer

The high-profile case of an estate agent who won a sex discrimination claim against her employer highlights the importance of businesses considering flexible working requests seriously, says a Shropshire employment lawyer.

Law firm encourages staff to “bee” helpful

With bee populations in steep decline, staff at a law firm in Shropshire are doing their bit to help create a better environment to allow them to flourish.

Shropshire architects among first to sign up to zero carbon pledge

A firm of Shropshire architects has become one of the first in the county to sign up to a nationwide pledge to become a net carbon business by 2050.

Shropshire businesses hope to avoid a winter of discontent

Businesses will be encouraged by the Government’s latest steps to protect people from a spike in Covid cases during the winter, according to Shropshire Chamber of Commerce.

AceOn MD joins government research programme group

A UK Government funded research and innovation programme, has appointed AceOn Group's Managing Director to its advisory group.

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Increasing apprenticeships key to solving haulage industry crisis says Shropshire freight specialist

Increasing the number of workplace apprenticeships in the haulage industry is critical to alleviate future driver shortages and protect UK supply chains from longer term disruption, says a Shropshire freight specialist.

Private Medical Insurance vital for businesses as waiting lists soar

A Shropshire financial services company says demand for private medical insurance is soaring as hospital waiting lists hit record highs and the country faces a growing staffing crisis.

New Peer Network programme gets underway

A new programme which brings businesses together to learn from each other and expert professional advisers will launch across Shropshire and Herefordshire next week.

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