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Gloucestershire’s next big food producer takes home investment of a lifetime, after winning a competition organised by The Midcounties Co-operative

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The successful ‘AgriTech and the Future of British Farming’ season at Farm491 will come to a close with the two-day showcase event

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We find out whose career is going places in the Cotswolds...

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Gut instinct may be a powerful thing, but when it comes to proven success, what you need is statistics. Lots of them. Nik Venios, from innovation agency BEAF, explains why

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“Graham is a highly experienced senior corporate lawyer and a significant hire for the firm, addition to the equity partnership, and in particular our thriving Corporate and Commercial practice.”

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Denys Shortt OBE, Chairman and CEO of DCS, is confident that this new division will achieve £10 million in sales in its first year

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“We are so pleased with all of the positive feedback we have had for the Worcestershire Skills Show.”

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Exciting new awards will give Lancashire’s family-run businesses the chance to step into the spotlight.

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The practice have spent more than twelve months putting together an ambitious proposal for the renovation in Stourbridge

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The four-year programme will see apprentices work in different areas of the business to learn different skills and start to identify where they want to be in the future

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A three-fold increase in take up for its CyberFirst scheme sees GCHQ laying on hundreds of free courses to encourage girls to pursue a career in cyber

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Entrepreneur Tom Wakefield dreamed of being self-employed when he was nine. Three decades on, he’s living the dream with his in-demand production company Cotswold TV

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Who should be treated as an employee, who would be deemed to be a worker and who is self-employed. Trula Brunsdon takes a look back at the cases so far

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Farm491’s season of events is about sharing knowledge, addressing key issues and attracting a diverse audience with a common interest in AgriTech

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“Securing planning permission for a new building like this in a listed setting is a real achievement in what is an historic village setting.”

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Entries are welcome from any business located within the GL7 postcode area, or members of Cirencester Chamber of Commerce

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Over 30 county decision-makers and executives were briefed on the employment, commercial & data protection law implications of Brexit at a workshop at Cheltenham’s Manor by the Lake

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With an approved design, Albright IP provided intellectual property advice, while DUKU sourced a manufacturer in China to ensure the product was affordable

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“We’re delighted to be included in the league table for the first time alongside what are some very well-known and well-established international businesses.”

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“The extension of these changes to the private sector will not be straightforward, and based on the public sector’s experience, any organisation in the private sector engaging temporary resource should be starting to plan now.”

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