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Changing the face of engineering’s image problem

Changing the face of engineering’s image problem
Recruiting qualified and capable engineering professionals is at the heart of Gloucestershire’s ability to grow its economy, but first the profession has to overcome its image problem, says Professor Salah Al-Majeed, head of engineering at The University of Gloucestershire Engineering is about...
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Boards’ dilemma on ransomware

Boards’ dilemma on ransomware
To pay or not to pay? When it comes to the growing threat of ransomware, board members need to be clear on how their organisation’s data and IT infrastructure is being protected, writes Professor Kamal Bechkoum, head of the School of Business and Technology at the University of Gloucestershire...
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Role play and dialogue aims to cut London knife crime

Role play and dialogue aims to cut London knife crime
The findings of a year-long project led by young people to help reduce knife crime and improve youth relations with the London Met have been announced at a special event on Wednesday 16th October at Lambeth Palace. The ‘Police-Youth Round Tables’ project has seen 20 faith-environment events...
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University of Gloucestershire hosts GFirst LEP Annual Review

University of Gloucestershire hosts GFirst LEP Annual Review
GFirst LEP, the Gloucestershire business group, has presented highlights of its annual review and plans for a ‘future-proofed’ county at the University of Gloucestershire’s School of Business and Technology [19th September 2019]. The LEP, which oversees a multi-million pound investment...
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Elsby & Co advances new Equity Partners

Elsby & Co advances new Equity Partners
Equity partners Leona Bateman (left) and Claire Emery, with Carl Elsby, Chartered Accountant and Founding Partner of Elsby & Co. Elsby & Co Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors has promoted two senior staff to Equity Partner positions in recognition of their dedicated work for the...
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Company secretaries prove vital to strategic alignment

Company secretaries prove vital to strategic alignment
“The role of the company secretary is becoming increasingly important as those in the position are proving critical in helping boards create space for productive dialogue, and questioning certain practices and behaviours.” So commented Professor Nada Kakabadse of Henley Business...
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Tackley Scouts receive £1,000 Barwood Homes Community Award

Tackley Scouts receive £1,000 Barwood Homes Community Award
Barwood Homes has donated £1,000 to the 1st Tackley & Heyford Scouts as part of a series of community awards the homebuilder is making to good causes in the area, while highlighting its newly-available homes in Tackley, Oxfordshire. The Community Award was made open to good causes in April...
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