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Ingot Wins Top Club Contract

Kitchen cleaning experts, Ingot Services have netted a prestigious contract with Premier League giants Liverpool FC. […]

Fibrelite Wins Exporter Award at the Yorkshire Business Masters Awards 2012

Yorkshire based Fibrelite, the world’s leading and largest manufacturer of fibreglass access covers has won the Yorkshire Exporter Award, sponsored by Leeds Metropolitan University. The judging panel included The Bank of England. […]

Research demonstrates the UK has a positive perception of the Tees Valley economy

The UK has a positive perception of the Tees Valley economy and the area’s business opportunities according to research undertaken at the country’s largest housing conference. […]

IT spending cuts of 12% per year will severely impact on patient care, say senior NHS IT professionals

London, UK, 28 June 2012: Pressure to cut costs in the NHS will have a severe impact on both patient care and the patient experience, according to an independent survey of senior NHS IT directors commissioned by IT services company 2e2. In the survey of 100 IT directors, 87% said they were under pressure to cut costs in order to achieve the Government’s aim to save £20 billion from the NHS budget by 2014-15. Despite this translating into a 4% per year saving across the NHS as a whole, IT departments are being hit harder. Each needs to make an average saving of 10% in 2012 and 12% each subsequent year to 2015. […]

Welsh Dietitians Leading the Way!

Some of the UK’s leading figures from the nutrition world will be taking part in a special information day in Wrexham on 3rd July (Wrexham Maelor Hospital). […]

MYTIME ACTIVE SHOWS FUTURE FACE OF UK COMMUNITY HEALTH PROVISION

As the demise of Primary Care Trusts approaches, the future face of community health provision was demonstrated in West Midlands town Sandwell this week, when social enterprise Mytime Active showed how it can effectively deliver 23 integrated health services in the local community. […]

MYTIME ACTIVE LEADS WAY IN CHILD WEIGHT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

Social enterprise Mytime Active has won two new community health contracts from NHS health commissioners in Wandsworth and a brand new one in Lewisham, securing its position as first choice for child weight management services. […]

Revolution

Governments across the world can be a traditional conservative affair. Our models of teaching, nursing, policing, justice and welfare are a hundred or more years old; the structures, power centres, laws and management models to control the state have barely changed in decades; the evolution of Departments, Councils and services might be measured in geological terms. One could be forgiven for thinking the way we govern and manage today is unquestionable, a fundamental truth, fait accompli, so what is this whisper of revolution? […]

Public Sector Media Relations Post Leveson

The investigation into phone hacking at the News of the World and the general culture and ethics of the British media, ‘The Leveson Inquiry’, should conclude with a report in the Autumn. Public hearings are expected to run on into the Summer with the next high profile phase focused on the relationship between the press and politicians, as we have seen with the prime minister and other senior political figures giving evidence recently. […]

Webasto Heats Boss Cabin's Big Space

World-leading manufacturer of automotive, CV and marine heating, cooling and ventilation systems specialist Webasto has been selected by Boss Cabins to provide diesel powered interior heating for their new -Big Space- towable welfare cabin. […]

PASSIVENT HELPS COLLEGES BENEFIT FROM NEW RAFT OF FUNDING

Schools can cut their energy bills and improve the learning environment by utilising Passivent’s rsnge of natural solutions for building services. […]

AMENITIES SECTOR TO BENEFIT FROM NATURAL AND SAFE WEEDING TECHNOLOGY

Controlling weeds is a perennial problem for council, amenity, landscape and groundcare teams that is not only costly and time-consuming but potentially harmful to people, animals and the environment due the use of chemical-based herbicides. […]

C-mii rings the changes for smarter working

When it comes to mobile communication, the loudest topic of conversation lately has been NFC (Near Field Communication) technology. Much of that buzz has focused on the ability of NFC to facilitate the ‘mobile wallet’, whereby handsets act as virtual debit cards, making instant payments when swiped near to NFC points in shops, transport hubs and venues. […]