Business and army – pulling together

An army tug of war team has been pulling up trees after securing sponsorship from a leading cyber security company. C3IA Solutions was roped in to help fund the 11th (Royal School of Signals) Signal Regiment earlier this year.

Powering a greener revolution

Deep South Media has been guiding a number of its clients into the news, raising their profiles and showing how they are becoming greener – helping the UK forge ahead of other nations.

Post Brexit supply chain cyber warning

Businesses making changes to their supply chains post Brexit must ensure new arrangements are secure, a leading expert has warned. Matt Horan from C3IA Solutions said new arrangements must be secure.

Giving business a helping Shand

The chief executive of Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry has hailed the investment and innovation made by a growing family business. Ian Girling had a tour of the new Lesley Shand funeral directors’ branch in Corfe Mullen that has artfully combined tradition and modernity. It is part of the Douch Family Funeral Directors group and the new facility replaced an old inadequate building.

All in the jeans at Ellis Jones

Staff at Ellis Jones Solicitors have thrown on their threads for the annual ‘Jeans for Genes’ appeal. The regional law firm has joined companies and organisations across the UK encouraging employees to don denim for the fundraiser. Proceeds are in aid of pioneering research and vital support for the 500,000 children nationwide affected by genetic disorders. Managing Partner Nigel Smith, … Read More

Chamber calls for infrastructure action

Businesses are becoming increasingly concerned by failing infrastructure, according to Dorset’s voice of business. Dorset Chamber has called for action amid the ongoing closure of Poole’s Twin Sails Bridge and the Sandbanks ferry. Both are currently out of action at one of the peak times of the year. It wants to see a long term vision for infrastructure in the … Read More

Chamber reaches out to new PM

Dorset Chamber has urged new Prime Minister Boris Johnson to put business at the heart of his new Government. Chief executive Ian Girling has written to the Tory leader offering him his congratulations and inviting him to meet business leaders in the county. Dorset Chamber, the county’s voice of business, has more than 700 members employing nearly 37,000 people. Mr … Read More