Business

Enable Law celebrates two Partner promotions

National law firm, Enable Law , which has offices located in Bristol, Exeter, London, Plymouth, Southampton, Taunton and Truro, has announced the promotion of two Legal Directors to Partners.

Stacey Bryant and Michelle Biddulph have been promoted in recognition of their outstanding commitment to Enable Law and their field of expertise.

The promotions are part of Enable Law's...

Ollie Williamson outside Ollie's Restaurant in Torquay

Rethink Hospitality & Tourism careers says South Devon College

As the hospitality and tourism sectors gear up to fully re-open later this month a Devon college is hoping to change the perception of jobs in the sector.

South Devon College offers a range of hospitality and tourism qualifications and says that jobs in the sector shouldn’t be seen as just a stop gap but as a career with good opportunities for progression.

Currently there are more...

Foot Anstey announces three partner promotions

National law firm, Foot Anstey, which has offices located in Bristol, Exeter, London, Plymouth, Southampton, Taunton and Truro, has announced the promotion of three new Partners.

Bristol-based Zahir Nayani and Alexandra Hammond, as well as Exeter-based, Edward Venmore have been promoted to Equity Partner.

The promotions are part of Foot Anstey's continued organic growth,...

Brother and sister’s ‘Legacy to their Dad’ scoops top business award

A brother and sister from Paignton who created a funeral planning app following the death of their dad last year have won a leading business award in recognition of the impressive start up business.

Joe Drein and Steph Halls lost their dad, Martin, on April 1 last year after he contracted and sadly passed away from COVID-19. After taking on the responsibility of planning his funeral...

How Devonshire businesses can get ready for work again

The 21st of June is the date on everyone’s lips recently. While we’ve all been told it is a case of “data, not dates”, when we look at the images of the concerts in Liverpool and packed audiences in watching the snooker, one doesn’t have to be thinking it is too far fetched for most aspects of daily life to get back to normal soon.

One area though, which will definitely see major...

Hall & Woodhouse announces extension for Community Chest grant applications

Hall & Woodhouse has extended the application deadline for its Community Chest Awards to Monday, May 17.

Lucinda Gray, Company Relationship Manager and Next Generation Family Director of Hall & Woodhouse, explained: “We understand that the pandemic has inflicted new pressures and hurdles for the charity sector to overcome. We acknowledge that many teams are continuing to...

RGB offers thanks to those on the front line

RGB Building Supplies has joined forces with 32 other builders merchants from across the country by offering a discount to NHS staff as a thank you for the tireless support provided by healthcare workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) is spearheading the campaign and until 12th October 2021, NHS workers who visit any of RGB’s 20 branches will...

Money-saving tips for small Devon businesses

As restrictions are easing up across the country, many businesses are reopening or getting ready to reopen. While many are cautiously optimistic about the coming months, the current pandemic has had a massive financial impact on most sectors, particularly small, independent businesses.

If your business, like hundreds of other businesses, has been affected, you may be looking at ways...

National post-COVID living survey reveals that space in the home for work and leisure front of mind for people in the South West

Majority of South West respondents (82%) aspire to live in a two-storey detached home, compared to 77% across Britain

FTSE-250 housebuilder Redrow has revealed South West residents’ future housing preferences include private driveways, low density design and detached homes.

To underpin its commitment to creating a better way to live, particularly in a post-pandemic world, Redrow is...

Stem cell transplant unit team moves to Plymouth Science Park

This month Plymouth Science Park welcomed the arrival of the NHS SW Peninsula Transplant Service’s stem cell transplant processing laboratory team to the Park.

The SW Peninsula Transplant Service (SWPTS) is dedicated to specialist adult haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, providing diagnosis, monitoring and treatment to adults with a range of blood malignancy health issues...