Whatever it takes

1st April 2020

WHATEVER it takes... is a phrase you'll get used to hearing. It's right. We must all do whatever it takes.

On 17 March 2020, the Chancellor announced the second set of what we're expecting to be a widespread suite of packages to support the livelihoods of millions of people across the... Read More

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Adjusting to a changing workplace

2nd April 2020

By Helen Taylor

FG Solicitors

THE working world has been steadily changing; technological advancements have played the greatest role, allowing for a more flexible approach to the way some of us work and the place of work.

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Improve your customer experience with call recording

1st April 2020

IN this digital age, call recording has never been so vital to a business. Traditionally, call recording has been used for compliance, training and quality improvement. In today's world, it's part of a much bigger picture which has emerged...

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Coronavirus and 5G

1st April 2020

By Brian Kingston

dbfb

I SIT, nowhere exotic for a change, but in my home office. There are two reasons for this. First is it is Friday the 13th and being superstitious I am not going anywhere today. Secondly, I forgot to charge my...

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Deadlock solutions - how to agree when you disagree

1st April 2020

By Guy Zarins

Wilson Browne Solicitors

RECENTLY, I have seen a growing number of matters involving a disagreement between company shareholders, where the 50/50 shareholders are in a deadlock situation. With no clear way out, this...

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Inspiring others to run for fun

1st April 2020

WILSON Browne Solicitors are thrilled to sponsor the Northamptonshire 5K Race Series for the second year running. Working in partnership with Northamptonshire Sport, the series has become firmly embedded in the county's annual running calendar....

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EV chargepoints - are they necessary in my new property development?

1st April 2020

By Ika Castka

Wilson Browne Solicitors

ELECTRIC vehicles are on the increase and with the acceleration of the Government's intention to end the sale of new combustion engine-powered cars and vans to 2035, should developers be...

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Clean start for car wash

1st April 2020

THE countdown is on to the opening of a state-of-the-art, multi-bay buy-time jet wash.

The taps will soon be turned on at the do-it-yourself jet wash at Northampton's Westbridge Motors in St James Road, Northampton, heralding a new era in...

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Be our guest not our customer

1st April 2020

THE team behind Voujon, the popular Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant, work hard at ensuring freshly-prepared dishes meets each customer's taste.

Booking is often advised at the family-owned restaurants including the one in Long Buckby's...

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Having their voice heard

1st April 2020

THE thoughts of a Northamptonshire businessman have been included in a prestigious annual publication - The Parliamentary Review - a guide to best practice across a variety of different areas.

David Hummel-Newell from Verto in Kettering...

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Keeping orders fulfilled

1st April 2020

A NORTHAMPTON business is increasing investments in new equipment as it rallies to combat the impact of the Coronavirus.

USB2U, which specialises in branded tech and smartphone promotional products, is increasing its already significant...

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Expanding its geographic reach

1st April 2020

LEADING regional law practice Tollers Solicitors continues to go from strength to strength.

Following the announcement last August that the Partners and staff of the former Hertfordshire practice BBW Law LLP had joined Tollers LLP, a move...

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College gets closer to commerce

1st April 2020

THORNTON College has appointed Ruth Coates as the school's new Head of Sixth Form. Mrs Coates joined Thornton just as the Sixth Form opened in 2016 and is excited by her promotion.

"It has been great to see the Sixth Form come to life and...

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Rallying cry for charity

1st April 2020

THE team from The Little Ale House in Wellingborough will be taking to the road in style for this year's Rust Bucket Rally.

Alan Piggot and Tracie Clarke-Piggot will be undertaking the challenge, which involves buying a car for no more...

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And Faith is Restored...

1st April 2020

By Jules White

The Last Hurdle

THIS week I received an email communication that stopped me dead in my tracks (and caused me to change the topic of this article). Probably, just like you I have received umpteen 'coronavirus deal...

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Forward-looking businesses find a new home

1st April 2020

A BUSINESS park in Weedon Bec with over 200 years of history is now becoming home to dozens of forward-looking local businesses - not just because of its strategic location close to the A5, A45 and M1, but also because of the inspirational...

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