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Lancaster City Council is delighted to today announce that Kieran Keane will take up the role of chief executive from March 25 until the end of October, while the recruitment process for the permanent role takes place.
Members of public have the opportunity to vote for their high street heroes with the return of Preston’s ‘Smiles Better Awards’.
North West accountancy and business advisory firm MHA Moore and Smalley has grown its digital solutions team as it helps more businesses prepare for new digital reporting rules.
Burnley-based company KeyPlus has been awarded a major contract to provide security services to Lancashire County Council.
Lancaster University’s groundbreaking new Health Innovation Campus is on track to meet its ambitious target of engaging with 300 Lancashire SMEs by 2020.
The Mind Corps has set up to deliver sustainable help and support to men, veterans and families dealing with mental health conditions, including PTSD....
An Accrington wallpaper manufacturer is set to create 20 new jobs after boosting production to meet international demand.
Bay Business Angels, which was set up in 2017 to provide startups and new businesses with ‘Angel’ investment, has seen businesses in south Cumbria and North Lancaster raise £850k of investment.
Leading law firm Farleys Solicitors has boosted its offering with the launch of a specialist immigration service, to help the region’s employers prepare for Brexit amidst the continued uncertainty over the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
A Lancashire based social media agency is going for gold following the appointment of Myles Pearson, a Wheelchair Rugby player. Following a ten-year career representing his country, Myles, who is from Lytham, is now pursuing his interest in digital marketing.
The Saffron Group consists of Lancashire South Asian business and Charity leaders, who meet regularly in Blackburn with Darwen, to discuss how they can promote the benefits of diversity and work with their local communities.