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Thames Valley SMEs benefit from BGF investment

Oxfordshire and Berkshire-based companies will be among 16 South East SMEs to benefit from a recently announced £137 million commitment from BGF (Business Growth Fund), an investment partner for growing companies in every sector of the economy. The pledge is part of a wider £2...

Digital Minister opens Deloitte Tech Foundry in Reading

A new Tech Foundry, which will allow Deloitte employees and clients to work together and share expertise on how digital transformation can accelerate innovation across business, has been officially opened in Reading by Margot James MP, Minister for Digital and the Creative Industries. New technologies...

Reading forecast to be the fastest-growing city in the country

AERIAL VIEW OVER THE ORACLE, READING According to a recent report by EY, Reading is forecast to be the fastest-growing 'city' in the country, with 2.3% Gross Value Added (GVA) growth per year over the period 2018-2021. Examining the economic outlook across the country's regions and cities for the...

Global growth for Seqirus drives further expansion in central Maidenhead

Left to right: Mrs Laura Lion (Mayoress, The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead), Councillor Paul Lion (Mayor, The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead), Gordon Naylor (President, Seqirus), Gareth Ralphs (Partnership Manager, South East, DIT), Ken Lim (Senior Vice President, Seqirus) New premises acquired for...

Thames Valley Science Park, Reading, officially opens

Thames Valley Science Park, owned by the University of Reading and set to become one of the largest dedicated science parks in the region and, indeed, in the South East, has now been officially opened. Following years of planning and development, the Science Park's flagship ‘Gateway'...

Slough: The Best Place to Work

THE CURVE, SLOUGH Slough has been named the best place to work in the UK for the second year running. The Berkshire town in the Thames Valley retained its top spot on the list based on its ease of finding a job, relatively high average salaries in comparison...

Oxford and Reading top growth league for third year running

The Oracle, Reading Oxford and Reading top growth league for third year running Swindon joins high-ranking city list for the first time as a Top-10 ‘improver’ Cities in the South East mainly score above the UK average For the third year running, the two highest performing UK cities on PwC's Good...