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Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Business of the Month: Simplyco

Simplyco Our May Business of the Month is Simplyco, who reveal 30 per cent growth plans and their most influential business leader in Cumbria.

Holiday of the year

A Cumbrian camping and caravan park has beaten thousands of competitors to be named the winner of the AA Holiday Centre of the Year.

How to beat Amazon

S60295BB Welcome to the first article from in-Cumbria's Business Doctor, Peter Fleming. He looks into how Amazon's tiny average profit means you need to find new ways to compete.

Story forge fundraising links with hospices

Hospices photo

Eden Valley Hospice and Jigsaw, Cumbria’s children’s hospice, stand to benefit from a partnership with Story Homes and its sister business Story Contracting.

St Mary's Hospice named charity of the month

Nurses at St Mary In-Cumbria’s charity of the month specialise in ensuring that people receive the best of care for free.

Should an employer put a disciplinary process on hold to deal with a grievance?

Joanne Holborn Our legal experts Baines Wilson discuss whether an employer should put a disciplinary process on hold whilst dealing with a grievance.

What are the benefits of upgrading to Windows 10?

David Allen Windows 10 will be launched this summer, our IT experts David Allen IT discuss what are the benefits of upgrading.

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Carrs Billington buys Scottish firm

Carlisle-based Carrs Billington has acquired Scottish agricultural supplier Reid & Robertson.
May 22, 2015 10:32:21 AM

Former Cumbrian factory to be sold for seven-figure sum

The former Cumberland Pencil Factory in Keswick is set to become home to the town’s annual Christian convention.
May 22, 2015 12:01:00 AM

Supermarket shoppers develop a taste for Millom pale ales

A BREWERY is raising a glass to its recent success having taken a major supermarket chain by storm.
May 21, 2015 4:43:59 PM

MP urges Cumbrian businesses to open their doors to exporting

SOUTH Lakes MP, Tim Farron, is urging businesses to take advantage of exporting opportunities.
May 22, 2015 12:16:23 AM

Carlisle Utd in further talks with "billionaire"

Carlisle United say they will hold face-to-face talks with the wealthy investor who wants to plough "millions" into the club - but are still refusing to reveal their identity.
May 21, 2015 2:03:01 PM

Online failures pegging back Cumbrian businesses

Cumbrian hospitality businesses are being damaged by not embracing the latest digital techniques.
May 19, 2015 8:17:36 AM

25 leading Lake District organisations back World Heritage bid

THE Lake District’s quest for World Heritage status has reached another significant milestone after 25 of the area’s leading organisations formally endorsed the nomination.
May 19, 2015 2:29:18 PM
Carlisle Ambassadors

Call for co-operation at latest Carlisle Ambassadors meeting

Carlisle MP John Stevenson has urged Carlisle City Council to cooperate with him for the good of the city as he addressed the business community for the first time since retaining his parliamentary seat.
May 21, 2015 3:50:02 PM

The latest edition of in-Cumbria magazine

Edition 14 The latest edition of in-Cumbria magazine is being read by thousands of businesses, here it is online.

Problems shared?

John Berry As Donald Rumsfeld once said it’s the ‘unknown, unknowns’ which entrepreneurs need to understand.

Cut red tape

Alison Johnston Dodd & Co, one of Fusion Go's partners, can help cut the red tape for new businesses to get off the ground.

Energy Cumbria magazine

EM Energy front February 2015 Here's the latest edition of our Energy Cumbria magazine.

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