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Monday, 06 July 2015

Business of the Month: Baines Wilson

Baines Wilson Our Business of the Month for July is Baines Wilson. As well as giving an insight into turnover and growth plans, the firm identified its most influential Cumbrian business leader.

Time bomb

A call has gone out for bids to run a unique cafe at Maryport’s GP surgery as part of a £1 million bid to raise aspirations in the town. (1 comment)

Ten minutes with... David Martin

David Martin photo This week we heard from David Martin, who runs Highest Branch as well as managing corporate sales at Lloyd Motors.

Even Einstein asked questions

peter fleming Business Doctor Peter Fleming, tells us how to find the right answers to solve pressing business issues.

Landlords options on disrepair/dilapidations

Lynne BW Our legal experts Baines Wilson discuss what options are open to a landlord where the tenant of a commercial property has allowed the property to fall into disrepair.

Can I access my data whilst it is being transferred to the cloud?

David Allen Our IT experts David Allen It Solutions discuss the cloud and how to plan for your business data being transferred.

What will the emergency budget mean for you?

ptosbornegeorge6 What has George Osborne got in store for us in next week's Emergency Budget? We have some predictions

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What's it worth?

Andy Poole Our finance experts Armstrong Watson discuss how much your law firm could actually be worth.
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Cumbrian tourists ‘like a moth to a very bright flame’

Cumbrian businesses need to keep changing their offer to attract tourists like moths to a ‘very bright flame’.
By Tom Little & Helen Statham Jun 30, 2015 8:55:43 AM
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Bakery will be town's first for many years

Work is underway to create Cockermouth’s first bakery in years.
Jun 30, 2015 11:36:57 AM
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Moving tribute to ‘big friendly giant’ Barrie Barnes

Tributes have been paid to a “big friendly giant” after he lost his battle with cancer.
By Emily Parsons Jun 27, 2015 11:09:10 AM

Cumbrian firm bounces back with Wimbledon deal

A PRESTIGIOUS meat supplier has bounced back following a fire which almost burned out its business.
Jun 29, 2015 6:41:52 AM
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We ARE talking to a billionaire say Carlisle Utd owners

Carlisle United’s owners have claimed for the first time that they ARE in talks with a billionaire investor.
Exclusive By Jon Colman Jun 27, 2015 12:33:51 PM
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Carlisle bar to close after 10 years

A Carlisle bar and cafe is to close.
By Pam McClounie Jun 27, 2015 11:31:49 AM

Hundreds want to leave cash-strapped Cumbria authority

HUNDREDS of workers at Cumbria County Council want to quit their jobs.
Jun 29, 2015 10:36:12 AM

Cumbria council chiefs spent £71k on 'reputation manager' despite huge job losses

CUMBRIA council chiefs faced with making thousands of their own staff redundant due to savage budget cuts have finally revealed the true cost of an external ‘reputation manager’.
Jun 26, 2015 2:11:46 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.

Can Cumbria compete with China?

David Jones Founder of Fusion Go and director of the UK Institute of Economic Development, David Jones, looks at the world's largest market.

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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