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  • Shropshire Business Awards 2015 - entries close on Friday - Shropshire Business Today
    once again to present the best of Shropshire s businesses at the 2015 Shropshire Business Awards Managing director Richard Sheehan says In this the 15th year of the awards we have so much to celebrate locally We are planning a fabulous event great food entertainment and a special guest speaker The awards are open to all businesses in Shropshire any size any type of business start ups and of course previous winners You don t need to be a member of the Chamber of Commerce or any other organisation There are ten awards this year including four new categories so why not give it a go Winning can be a real boost for you your employees and your business For a full list of all the categories and entry information see the official website www shropshirebusinessawards co uk And get the Twitter noise going nice and early by using the hashtag sba15 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article 15 years of networking and still going strong Next article Retailers are showcased in a new county town video watch it here Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/shropshire-business-awards-2015-are-launched-2/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Will today's landmark divorce case open the floodgates? - Shropshire Business Today
    at the Supreme Court have ruled the she should receive a payout The exact amount will now be assessed This ruling may shock many people as it s a common misconception that once a divorce is finalised any financial matters arising from the marriage are automatically brought to an end said Nadia But in fact this case is a clear indication that divorcing couples need specialist advice to ensure that any financial agreements are recorded in a binding Order of the Court This is the only way to ensure that neither side can make any further applications for financial support in the future Without such a document both sides will run the risk of having to look over the shoulder for many years to come especially if they go on to become particularly successful after the split as they will never know when their former spouse may stake a claim Nadia said couples in the most danger were those who agreed a DIY divorce coming to an agreement between themselves about the finances and assuming those discussions were binding It s amazing how many people are then shocked to discover that their former spouse is still able to make a financial claim arising from the marriage even though the divorce itself may have been finalised years before The couple featured in today s court case met as students married in their early 20s and lived a New Age traveller lifestyle before separating in the mid 1980s and divorcing in 1992 In the mid 90s the husband began a business career and became an extremely wealthy green energy tycoon His former wife lodged her claim in 2011 and today s landmark ruling could have huge implications for divorced couples all over the UK SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Training academy

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/will-todays-landmark-divorce-case-open-the-floodgates/ (2016-02-16)
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  • AGA's colourful £2m Shropshire investment - Shropshire Business Today
    today are from a new generation of electric products launched since May 2011 This has led to the Group embarking on a new 2 million investment in process engineering at its Coalbrookdale foundry adding to more than 1 million in new plant made in the last two years Bosses say the move has secured the future for the Group s 550 Shropshire based employees The investment also provides the capacity for expansion should the new products bring growth beyond the 10 000 AGA sales levels achieved pre recession William McGrath chief executive of AGA Rangemaster Group m said Investment in product and production processes has transformed prospects for AGA at home and overseas Just as in the 1930s AGA is bringing together great design work and progressive manufacturing to create an AGA attuned to consumers continuing desire for radiant heat cooking Now with the flexible and more affordable AGA City60 successful roll outs this autumn in both the UK and overseas are central to our development SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article College unveils new 3 5m engineering academy Next article Shropshire manufacturer makes its mark Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/agas-colourful-2m-shropshire-investment/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Want to have your five minutes of fame...? - Shropshire Business Today
    of power to share their likes dislikes hopes and fears What makes you smile What keeps you awake at night What s your proudest achievement in business and why We want to know how bosses think they are viewed by their staff whether they would do anything differently if they could have the earlier part of their career again and what kind of secrets they re prepared to divulge that few outside their closest circle of friends would know We ll be printing the best of them in the Shropshire Business Today magazine and many more online Go on give it a go and check out what Jan Minihane from Telford Business Partnership has to say in our latest issue out now download from the latest issue section Five Minutes With download the questionnaire here SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Cancer care guidelines should have been introduced sooner Next article Reckon you re entitled to a teabreak at work Well think again Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the magic number to help bridge the local skills gap Redrawing the map to give

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/have-your-five-minutes-of-fame/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Lights, camera, action for Telford's new IMAX cinema - listen to exclusive interview - Shropshire Business Today
    cinema listen to exclusive interview By Carl Jones Aug 6 2014 691 0 SHARE Facebook Twitter Cineworld Telford manager Phil Jones in the IMAX booth Telford s new IMAX cinema opened for business this evening with a special screening of blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy for an invited group of guests Shropshire Business Today editor who is also BBC Shropshire s resident film critic was among the audience and took the chance to speak with Cineworld s vice president of marketing Justin Skinner Listen to Carl s interview here SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Jobs hope with new pharmacies scheme Next article Employers urged to avoid bank holiday blues Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Four fifths of top SME export destinations are in Europe Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the magic number to help bridge the local skills gap Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for a facelift https t co gRQ9DMX23A Latest Skoda UK boss in the driving seat care firm quits its franchise to fly solo new motoring website launched https t co gRQ9DMX23A Revealed The secrets of writing

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/lights-camera-action-for-telfords-new-imax-cinema/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Food giant's new academy partnership creates jobs - Shropshire Business Today
    opportunities for school leavers on their apprentice programme and this scheme is a continuation of this approach Joanne Hope deputy manager for pre employment skills and community education at TCAT said A total of 20 learners have signed up for the Faccenda Academy which is designed to prepare learners to obtain and maintain a job at the company As part of the programme the learners spend a whole shift working at Faccenda with an objective of the learner gaining an understanding of their business and the opportunities they offer The academy offers all students practical training at Telford College Prior to that though they are given some college based preparation in areas such as self assessment effective teamwork customer service and the importance of maintaining a safe hygienic and secure working environment so important for anyone working in the food processing industry Everyone who successfully completes the course is guaranteed a job interview with Faccenda and hopefully joins us at the end of the programme said Bev Bishton Faccenda HR operations manager So far around half the candidates have been offered employment with the company We believe we offer an excellent employment proposition at our new advanced Telford factory centred on good pay and benefits excellent facilities and structured training and career opportunities And Wheels To Work is also supporting the project providing advice and assistance where candidates do not have their own transport Wayne Gratwick one of several people who have secured a job at Faccenda through the scheme Faccenda Foods has just completed a 35 million manufacturing facility at Hortonwood that will take its workforce in Telford to over 900 people Sector based work academies are part of a package of measures introduced by the Department for Work Pensions DWP to help people back to work It said

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/food-giants-new-academy-partnership-creates-jobs/ (2016-02-16)
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  • And the winner is . . . - Shropshire Business Today
    flutter at the charity casino sponsored by Aaron Partners LLP Solicitors Following the event which was presented by the Shropshire Star s Carl Jones and staged by the Shrewsbury based award winning events and design company Yarrington Richard Sheehan said the organisers were delighted with the success of the night The winners COMPANY OF THE YEAR 2013 SPONSORS Shropshire Council and Telford Wrekin Council WINNER GROCONTINENTAL Founded by mother of seven Nellie Grocott more than 70 years ago as a cattle transport business the company now supports some of Europe s leading food industry brands from its 24 7 purpose built 30 acre site in Whitchurch Employing almost 300 people the family business chaired by Nellie s son Ray Grocott with its third generation Linda and David also at the helm Grocontinental operates 143 000 pallet spaces of multi temperature storage and manages nearly 5 000 daily pallet movements controlled by the latest technology Its transport division comprises 62 tractor units and 120 temperature controlled trailers which operate across Europe Other finalists Busch UK Ltd Coverage Care Services Elite Precast Concrete YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR SPONSOR Grocontinental WINNER KATIE SMITH THE MARVELLOUS GROUP At just 18 former Shrewsbury High School pupil Katie Smith started her online shopping site Tastes Marvellous supplying traditional British foods to expats after living in Saudi Arabia as a child and missing such homely treats as Marmite and custard She now averages more than 100 orders a day and supplies to a global market Other finalists Kathryn Holloway Promofix Bridgnorth Kylie Watson Same Day Any Day Telford Rob Hughes Reech Media Group Shrewsbury BEST NEW BUSINESS SPONSOR Turner Peachey WINNER BRONZE SOFTWARE LABS Headed by Richard Howells from Highley and based at the e Innovation Centre Priorslee Bronze carried home last year s award for Technology Enterprise and Innovation The bespoke software development firm specialising in next generation paperless working technologies has grown into a multimillion pound operation with clients across the globe Other finalists The Ironbridge Catering Company Ra Alloy Ramps Ltd Petstop J A Pets Ltd CUSTOMER SERVICE SPONSOR Rybrook BMW WINNER BELVOIR TELFORD Brigadier Simon Bell his wife and business partner Sally who own the company s Telford franchise of the specialist letting agents and their team added to their trophy cabinet after only two years operating from their office in Wellington They had already won two Silver Awards within the national Belvoir network for Franchisee of the Year and Most Improved Office for 2013 and last year received a Gold Award for New Franchise Owner of the Year having increased business by 102 per cent Other finalists Go Green Systems Ltd SBC Training Ltd Dyke Yaxley Chartered Accountants BUSINESS IN THE COMMUNITY SPONSOR Media Box UK WINNER SAXONBY The Shrewsbury based multidisciplined construction development and training organisation was established in 2007 and quickly built a reputation in the delivery of affordable housing by working in partnership with housing associations and local authorities Through Saxonby Homes it also specialises in the provision

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/and-the-winner-is/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Problem-solvers face the 'dragons' - Shropshire Business Today
    research The winning group was presented with 250 From Left Clive Knowles Chairman of the British Ironwork Centre Keith Barrow Leader of Shropshire Council Polly Jones WNSC Student Louise Gregory WNSC Tutor Lizzie Bain s WNSC Student Nia Baily WNSC Student Alison Patrick Shropshire Council Tourism officer The projects were presented in true Dragon s Den style by the students who faced a panel of judges including Keith Barrow Leader of Shropshire Council Alison Patrick Shropshire Tourism officer and Clive Knowles Chairman of the British Ironwork Centre The students investigations yielded some surprising results particularly that tourism chiefs cannot take for granted that even the town s residents are aware of the facilities existing within it The presentations highlighted a lack of awareness of Oswestry s Sculpture Trail and Tourist Information Centre located at Church Terrace Further issues raised included the forthcoming closure on two days per week of Mile End Tourist Information Centre the unappealing visual appearance of Mile End roundabout as a first impression upon potential visitors and the need for Oswestry to promote its elf as a place to stay as opposed to a day trip venue Mr Knowles said The panel was extremely impressed by the high standard of presentations it was clear that a great deal of work had gone into each project It has been a fantastic event and provided a great deal of food for thought we would like to thank the students and their tutor Louise Gregory for their hard work and the judges for kindly giving up their time SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Energy loss gives supermarkets food for thought Next article Business teambuilding down to a tee Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Four fifths of top SME export destinations are in Europe

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/problem-solvers-face-the-dragons/ (2016-02-16)
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