Regional law firm Gardner Leader has announced its latest round of promotions with two new partners, Lucy Savage and Marie Verney, and four new Senior Associates.
Lemongrass Marketing, a Travel PR and Content agency based in Bicester, has been awarded a Sunday Times Best Places to Work Award. The agency was selected from the results of an employee survey with questions specially designed by Employee Experience experts.
Hedges has announced the three winners of its annual schools’ essay competition. The prize-giving took place at a special closed-doors event held at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, last week.
Unipart has announced its financial results for the year ending 31 December 2022, with turnover increasing to £917.3m and underlying Group profit before interest and tax of £12.2m
The Government needs to give UK companies a clear picture of Britain’s industrial strategy to compete in global markets to build investor confidence, according to Unipart Chairman John Neill in an interview with the BBC today.
New England Biolabs® (NEB®) – a global leader in the discovery and production of enzymes for molecular biology applications – is establishing its first overseas product development and manufacturing site at Milton Park in Oxfordshire.
Spratt Endicott Solicitors have been shortlisted for the Conveyancing Law Firm of the Year – South award.
Hedges, one of Oxfordshire’s longest-serving law firms, has launched its annual essay competition for students in Oxfordshire interested in a career in law to win a week-long internship at the law firm this summer.
The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) has launched a brand-new podcast, OxTalks, for businesses in Oxfordshire and beyond wanting to take their organisation to the next level.
Eight out of ten parents in the South West have no legal guardian in place to ensure their children are looked after should they die according to research by Solicitors for the Elderly (SFE) and RWK Goodman.
With Oxford’s zero emission zone (ZEZ) set to expand further, companies wanting to deliver goods through the pallet network into the city centre can meet the city council’s ZEZ requirements through Bicester-based Darcica Logistics.
The funding will enable the startup company to expand its scale up its home care network and operations across the rest of Oxfordshire and into neighbouring Buckinghamshire.