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Lancaster and District Chamber of Commerce held its annual Spring business lunch recently at the Morecambe Football Club, a member of the Chamber.
A business support project that has created 56 new jobs and helped almost 200 Lancashire businesses in the last three years, has secured £1.77m of extra funding.
Imran Hakim, CEO of the Hakim Group, whose headquarters is in Darwen, gave a fascinating insight into the mind of a successful entrepreneur at the latest TiE (the Entrpreneur’s Organisation) Lancashire meeting.
Sapphire Utility Solutions (SUS) has announced that United Utilities (UU) has awarded the firm three contracts at five-year each, with five further annual extensions available, as part of the Asset Management Plan (AMP) 7 period.
Businesses are being encouraged to sign up for this year’s charity challenge for Trinity Hospice and Brian House Children’s Hospice.
Chase de Vere Medical, which has offices in Manchester and Preston and provides independent financial advice to the medical profession, is delighted to announce a partnership with the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM).
The Blackburn Cathedral Appeal, in partnership with Investec Wealth & Investment and the Parker Family, is to hold an exclusive motoring luncheon at the fantastic sixteenth century Browsholme Hall, to raise funds for the Blackburn Cathedral Appeal.
Road haulage and warehousing specialist, Fagan & Whalley Ltd. (F&W) has unveiled details of a new partnership at its state-of-the-art 30,000 pallet capacity distribution centre in Burnley.
BAE Systems has sponsored a cross-university competition bringing together four teams of university students in a game of offence and defence.
Burnley-based, Avon Electrical, has helped Fuse Contract Furniture relocate to its new Blackburn facility, with a full electrical overhaul.
Thwaites has selected Hotfoot Design to refresh the brand identity and website for the iconic Blackpool showbar Funny Girls, following a competitive pitch.
North West accounting and business advisory firm, Baldwins, a CogitalGroup company, has strengthened its leadership team with a new tax director, and appointed a graduate.