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  • Cornish Spring Manufacturer Features in Liberty of London Iconic Windows
    of Liberty of London is extraordinary They look stunning and we hope our new diversification into retail development leads to new opportunities and partnerships in the future The 80 two metre white suspended springs will feature in the Liberty of London windows until the end of the month For interviews or further information please call Tamsin Loveless at TAG Communications on 07855 798536 or email tamsin loveless tagcommunications co uk Post navigation Previous Post BF Adventure Launches new promotional film Next Post Local Software Company Celebrates it s 5th Birthday Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of Scilly become some of the best connected islands in the world Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September

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  • BF Adventure Launches new promotional film
    and we believe in giving back to the communities where our clients live and work BF Adventure is a children s charity and activity centre based just outside Penryn in Cornwall The charity runs programmes for young people in Cornwall who have a wide range of physical mental learning and behavioural difficulties These difficulties are often compounded by experiences of poverty neglect and other disadvantages The team s positive and inclusive approach develops skills and confidence increasing self belief with the goal of achieving more positive participation in society On BF Adventures extensive 60 acre site and stunning water filled granite quarries the skilled team provides exciting and inclusive activities including archery rock climbing abseil canoeing bush craft and zip wire for over 4 000 young people each year BF Adventure also offers exciting day and residential activities for schools scout groups families and corporate groups to support the charity Adrian Richards CEO at BF Adventure says We were over the moon at winning the Outpost Pictures competition our last promotional film was produced in 2010 and was very outdated We have had an excellent response to the new film and hope to encourage more people to visit BF Adventure and Cornwall to see the exciting activities we offer Poppy and Mike were brilliant to work with and really captured the site and activities in the film The film has been launched on YouTube BF Adventure social media channels and on the website to see the film go to www bfadventure org For more information about Outpost Pictures www outpost pictures com or email hello outpost pictures com Post navigation Previous Post The search is on for the UK s most enterprising place Next Post Cornish Spring Manufacturer Features in Liberty of London Iconic Windows Leave a Reply Cancel reply

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  • The search is on for the UK’s most enterprising place
    Awards are free to enter just fill in the simple online application form before the closing date of Friday 10th June 2016 There are four categories in this year s awards Promoting entrepreneurial spirit Building enterprise skills Improving the business environment Support for exporting One of the four 2016 category winners will be chosen by the judges to win the title of the Most Enterprising Place in Britain The winner of this title will represent the area project who in the judge s opinion has demonstrated the greatest impact on the development of enterprise and entrepreneurship Two of the four finalists may go on to represent the UK at the European Enterprise Promotion Awards and any shortlisted entries will be invited to attend a ceremony at the 2016 SME Assembly To enter the Enterprising Britain Awards register and enter here For more information about the competition please visit www enterprisingbritainawards co uk For more information on the European Enterprise Promotion Awards please visit ec europa eu growth smes support enterprise promotion awards Post navigation Previous Post Record breaker Coastline Housing delivers biggest number of new homes to date Next Post BF Adventure Launches new promotional film Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of Scilly become some of the best connected islands in the world Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December

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  • Page 2 – Cornwall Chamber of Commerce
    0 3 rise in the year to February Rises in air fares and clothing prices were the main contributors to the March increase partially offset by a fall in food prices Commenting on the inflation figures for March 2016 published today Read More BCC Consumer led growth demonstrates unbalanced nature of our economic recovery Retail sales volumes in February 2016 were 0 4 on the month but up 3 8 on the year Average store prices fell by 2 5 in February 2016 compared with February 2015 Commenting on the retail sales figures for February 2016 published by the ONS David Kern BCC Chief Economist said Despite the small monthly decline Read More Has your business completed its register of Persons with Significant Control Leading Cornish law firm Stephens Scown LLP is warning companies and limited liability partnerships LLPs that they must complete their register of Persons with Significant Control PSC by 6 April with failure to undertake this being a criminal offence committed by the Company and its controlling officers Introduced under the Small Business Enterprise and Read More April 2018 is approaching fast and the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards MEES could stop you from leasing your property Act now From the 1st April 2018 it will be unlawful to let or renew the lease of any commercial or residential property that has an Energy Performance Certificate EPC rating lower than an E Furthermore from April 2020 and 2023 all tenanted residential and commercial properties respectively will also be subject to the new requirements unless Read More Stephens Scown advises ReneSola Ltd on the acquisition of two 5MW solar projects The renewable energy and corporate teams of leading Cornish law firm Stephens Scown LLP have acted for ReneSola Ltd one of the world s largest renewable energy companies and

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  • The Isles of Scilly become ‘some of the best connected islands in the world’
    up to each other New fibre optic cables have been laid from the main island St Mary s to Tresco and between Tresco and Bryher whilst new microwave radio links have been used to provide the same fibre broadband services for St Agnes and St Martins The pioneering project is part of the 132 million Superfast Cornwall initiative between the European Regional Development Fund BT and Cornwall Council which plans to make fibre broadband available to 95 percent of homes and businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly by the end of 2014 Kim Conchie Chief Executive of Cornwall Chamber of Commerce commented The dramatic pictures of the Superfast cable being laid along the ocean floor to Scilly earlier in the year clearly demonstrated how technology can overcome previously tricky physical and geographical barriers This was a moment when Scillonians felt that new careers in knowledge based industries became available to them We must now work to make sure that the people of Scilly are given the training the confidence and the ongoing support to enable them to take full advantage of this giant technological step Post navigation Previous Post Real life Rembrandt gets the crime scene touch Next Post Go ahead given for new development in Saltash One Comment Add yours Mark George says December 2 2014 at 3 36 pm It s interesting to note that Cornwall and more specifically Porthcurno was until recently the centre of world telecommunications The Telegraph Station at Porthcurno was the largest in the world during the World Wars and the Training College which operated until the early 1990 s had students from all over the globe If you re interested then take a look at the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be

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  • April 2016
    statistics In the three months to February 2016 employment rose by 20 000 but unemployment also rose by 21 000 Annual growth in average earnings fell to 1 8 including bonuses and stayed unchanged at 2 2 excluding bonuses Commenting on the UK labour market figures published today by the ONS Dr Adam Marshall Acting Director General of the British Read More Global phenomenon TEDx comes to Cornwall for first time Photo Some of the TEDxTruro team of volunteers Back left to right Mandy Reynolds and Dan Netherton Front left to right Katie Moore Kate Cadby Chloe Rickard and Alexandria Allsop Inspired by the TED conference where some of the world s best thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives Cornwall will play host to Read More Local Software Company Celebrates it s 5th Birthday Headforwards are an outsource software development company who are based at the Pool Innovation Centre Cornwall and on the 19th May 2016 they will be celebrating their 5th birthday In 5 years they have grown from an idea of how to provide outsource development differently to a team of 65 people To celebrate their birthday Read More Cornish Spring Manufacturer Features in Liberty of London Iconic Windows London s world famous emporium Liberty of London recently commissioned Redruth based European Springs Pressings to design produce and deliver 80 springs for their globally renowned window displays Michael Gibbs ManagingDirector of European Springs Pressings says Couture clothing high end labels and one of the world s finest shopping destinations is a move away Read More BF Adventure Launches new promotional film BF Adventure is very excited to be launching its new promotional film produced by Outpost Pictures Outpost Pictures launched an online competition for a free film in September 2016 open to all charities registered

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  • March 2016
    in the last quarter as it marks its 3rd anniversary of supporting Cornish businesses to innovate and grow The Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre HWIC basedat Treliske in Truro is one of three Cornwall Innovation Centres operated by Plymouth University on behalf of Cornwall Council to Read More Budget 2016 OBR growth forecast downgraded but recovery set to continue OBR forecast GDP growth of 2 0 in 2016 2 2 in 2017 and 2 1 in 2018 Higher debt and budget deficit figures forecast in the next few years but budget still predicted to move into surplus by 2019 20 Commenting on the latest forecast published by the OBR in conjunction with the Chancellor s Budget statement David Read More Budget 2016 Initial BCC reaction Giving his initial reaction to the Chancellor s Budget Dr Adam Marshall BCC Acting Director General said Business wanted a steady workmanlike Budget and that s what we got The Chancellor listened to our calls to avoid higher business taxes and costs and indeed moved to lower them in a number of areas He has Read More FedEx Small Business Grant Contest Lands in the United Kingdom Grants to be Awarded to Innovative Small Businesses LONDON 07 March 2016 FedEx Express a subsidiary of FedEx Corp NYSE FDX and the world s largest express transportation company is helping small businesses go global by launching the FedEx Small Business Grant Contest in the United Kingdom Giving small businesses the chance to win up Read More BCC Global Headwinds and Uncertainty Slow UK Growth in 2016 The British Chambers of Commerce BCC has today downgraded its UK GDP growth forecast from 2 5 to 2 2 in 2016 and from 2 5 to 2 3 in 2017 for 2018 included for the first time in the forecast

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  • February 2016
    but deal falls well short of expectations Commenting on the announcement of a deal by the Prime Minister following months of intense negotiation on the future of the UK s relationship with the European Union John Longworth Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce said Businesses across Britain will be relieved that the horse trading between Westminster and Brussels is now Read More Cash Extraction All Change Tax Director Steve Maggs warns SME s to watch out Steve Maggs Tax Manager at Robinson Reed Layton the Cornish firm of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisers is warning companies to watch out for the new SME cash extraction rules coming into force on 6 April 2016 The significant changes to the taxation of cash Read More A new employability adventure A new link with a local charity has led to two Cornish students receiving sought after job offers Patrick Fayle from Penzance and Robert Arundell from Truro were both offered summer employment at outdoor activity charity BF Adventure near Penryn following a skills link between the organisation and the Outdoor Education foundation degree programme at Read More Businesses on Scilly offered expert advice on how to be more profitable SCILLY BUSINESS WEEK 7th 11th March 2016 The Islands Partnership with the assistance of the Council of the Isles of Scilly s Lifelong Learning team is once again to host a week of bespoke support for all business owners sole traders and budding entrepreneurs living and working across the islands Scilly Business Week 2016 takes Read More Success for trainee solicitor Kerry Walker a trainee solicitor at Nalders Truro Head Office has been awarded a certificate for the best performance on the Legal Practice Course at the University of West of England Bristol Kerry studied law at the University of Southampton

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