Focus On Corby

Corby is a town in the midst of regeneration and growth – a town beginning to reinvent itself after the loss of its traditional industries. Development continues apace and the opportunities for firms large and small are evident – new building work, excellent transport links and provision for everything from multi-national companies to the newest start-ups. Our feature examines what’s happening in Corby and showcases some of the firms that are making it such a success.

Focus On Corby

Teamwork Trust

Doubling up on fundraising target

1 March 2019

THREE months into a year-long challenge to stay alcohol-free, dedicated Teamwork Trust fundraiser, Sophie McDonald, now plans to double the money.

The 34-year-old smashed her £1,000 goal in...

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23 Automotive

Smart way to carry out repairs

1 March 2019

THERE'S no real secret to the reasons why there is a busy order book at the vehicle body repair shop at 23Automotive Ltd.

For a start, the highly-trained technicians put their experience to...

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Corby Business Network

Bringing businesses together

1 March 2019

A NETWORKING group in Corby celebrates its second birthday in March.

Corby Business Network was set up by Debi Noone of Outsourced Virtual Office and Emma Speirs of Ballyhoo PR in March...

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Action Screen Process

Combination of traditional and cutting-edge

1 March 2019

ACTION Screen Process started life producing general screen print and sign-related graphics and, after a series of moves, is now based at Trevithick Road, Willowbrook Industrial Estate in Corby....

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Ballyhoo PR

Creating a buzz

1 March 2019

BALLYHOO PR is working with businesses across the county to provide them with more affordable PR and copywriting packages to boost their profile and get them and their products and services...

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David Walker Commercial

Bucking the trend

1 March 2019

David Walker from niche property agency David Walker Commercial, who specialise in Corby and its surrounding area, sees Corby as bucking the Brexit slowdown, with rising demand and few empty...

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