Great Expectations

Each year starts with high hopes for the coming 12 months. This might mean a successful start for a new or upcoming venture, continued growth for those who are more established, and new ideas and innovations for some of our longest established companies. Read what our business people are saying about their business plans and expectations for 2017 here

Great Expectations

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Dachser

Success continues after a year of change

1 January 2019

DURING 2018, Dachser UK continued to build on its recent successes and has seen its turnover increase by more than 15 per cent compared to 2017. The European Logistics business unit saw continued...

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Howes Percival

Focus will be on pay

1 January 2019

By Graham Irons

Partner

Howes Percival LLP

EMPLOYMENT law is always fast moving and provides traps for the unwary employer. Apart from expecting the usual raft of employment...

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Saxon Blinds

New ways of working are paying off

1 January 2019

EXCITING times are ahead for Saxon Blinds, both in the short and long term, as the company ends a year of growth and expansion and prepares for more of the same in 2019.

The build-up to...

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Barratt Homes

New opportunity for homebuyer

1 January 2019

BARRATT Homes has welcomed a customer who bought a home from the developer last year as a new recruit onto its Armed Forces Acceleration Programme.

John Mathis, who lives at the Lake View...

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Tresham College

Celebrating first year since merger

1 January 2019

TRESHAM College is now benefiting from being part of one of the top Further Education groups in the UK, heard guests at the annual Northamptonshire Achievements Ceremony at Kettering Conference...

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Crazy Hats Breast Cancer Appeal

It's all about the people

1 January 2019

WHATEVER you think of the amazing news that the Crazy Hats Breast Cancer Appeal has hit the £3m mark – the team at the Wellingborough-based charity insist that the charity is all about people, not...

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