December 21 2014 Latest news:
With a head office just outside Bury St Edmunds, facilities management company Servest has developed an impressive national network of contracts offering services such as cleaning, catering, security and pest control. Now chief executive Rob Legge has plans to build the group up into a £1billion business, as Ross Bentley found out.
It’s 30 years since production of Avent’s revolutionary baby bottle started in Glemsford. Ross Bentley meets general managers past and present to talk about the firm’s story en route to this significant milestone.
FTSE 100 newcomer Dixons Carphone will take centre stage this week when the telecoms-to-washing machines group posts maiden half-year results.
The Felixstowe-based Port Community Fund recently passed a milestone as its partners announced that £250,000 has now been awarded by the fund since it was set up in 2008. This unique way of supporting local causes has also been attracting the attention of other ports around the UK, so how does it work? FELICITY LANDON reports.
Essex’s leadinig independent businesses have put in another solid performance over the last 12 months, driven by a particularly buoyant Property & Construction sector, according to a new report.