The 1.2acre site is based at Lupton Road is a one-stop-shop for local trade and retail customers – their first in Oxfordshire – and brings the network to 80 branches.
The £10m government funded research centre will advise lenders, investors and insurers, enabling them to make better decisions to support a greener global economy.
The new centre is a part-Government funded project delivered in collaboration with Oxford Brookes University to promote entrepreneurship and support start-up businesses in the county.
Traditional and artisan bakery Pobi Bakery and 3D printing and prototyping service Printpool Additive Manufacturing will receive a range of expert support and cash investment.
Simon Arnold has been appointed Finance Director, whilst Jonathan Harris takes over as Technical Director of Wallingford-based Grundon Waste Management.
Speik, a leading UK-based provider of call recording and PCI (Payment Card Industry) compliance was acquired by Australia-based Dubber Corporation (Dubber), for £21.5 million.
Headline revenue was £30.3m, down 14.3% on the previous year as pandemic has caused short-term sales delays, particularly in the USA.
Historically, it may have been difficult to find the right people for temporary roles at senior levels. However, the employment market has been upended.
Chevron Traffic Management Ltd has completed a group reorganisation with recently acquired businesses merging to form a single harmonised traffic management business.
HR Wallingford which is leading the Dengue Model forecasting Satellite-based System (D-MOSS) project has won Not-for-Profit Award in second annual GEO SDG Awards
The list recognises the regional and sector diversity of the UK’s small and medium-sized businesses and the entrepreneurial spirit shown by these companies.