Flags star in new WW II exhibition at Tank Museum
April 9, 2021

Flags star in new WW II exhibition at Tank Museum


A Union Flag flown during the eight-month siege of Tobruk in World War Two and a huge, German swastika flag captured during the relief operation are to be exhibited for the first time at The Tank Museum.

Office, home or hybrid?
April 9, 2021

Office, home or hybrid?


Home working is here to stay and the end of the five-day-a-week office commute will change the shape of cities dramatically. That’s the rather stark view of former Bank of England deputy governor Sir Charlie Bean. And he certainly seems to be echoing the thoughts of some of the country’s biggest employers.

E3 Consulting warns ‘cut the red tape’ on tax
April 6, 2021

E3 Consulting warns ‘cut the red tape’ on tax


Too complicated – that is the warning from specialists E3 Consulting about the UK’s tax system. As the country’s six million businesses chart their recovery from the Covid pandemic, property tax specialists E3 has urged the government to cut the red rape. The plea comes as HM Treasury announces its first review of the Office for Tax Simplification, which was … Read More

Window cleaners’ long pole sets world record
April 2, 2021

Window cleaners’ long pole sets world record


A window-cleaning company has set a new world record after washing windows with a pole measuring 115ft long. Staff from Harvard Window Cleaning, which is headquartered in Bournemouth and works across the south, managed to give glass on the tenth floor of an office block a good washing.

Third sector needs our help
April 1, 2021

Third sector needs our help


Charities have undoubtedly been hit as hard as any sector by Covid-19, with a devastating loss of funds aligned with an increased demand for their services. They need help now.

Zooming in on media relations training
March 26, 2021

Zooming in on media relations training


A media relations consultancy in southern England has launched online training sessions for businesses and organisations in the UK. The paid-for interactive masterclasses by Deep South Media focus on the secrets of effective media relations. Editorial coverage can be a valuable business development tool, helping with brand awareness, generating sales enquiries, improving search engine visibility and attracting talented staff. On … Read More

Care home groups embrace cutting-edge tech
March 26, 2021

Care home groups embrace cutting-edge tech


One of the top luxury care home groups in the UK has embraced cutting-edge technology to transform its signing-in systems. Cinnamon Care Collection has adopted the e-Reception Book, created by London and Hampshire-based innovative software agency MediaBase Direct (MBD). The iPad-based solution digitally replaces paper-based logging books for visitors, team members and contractors. It is easily installed, customisable and GDPR … Read More

Lasting Powers of Attorney thrown into spotlight by Kate Garraway
March 25, 2021

Lasting Powers of Attorney thrown into spotlight by Kate Garraway


Regional law firm Ellis Jones Solicitors has warned that the ‘heart-breaking’ plight of TV presenter Kate Garraway has hammered home the importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA). Kate has spoken on Good Morning Britain of her difficulties in managing her husband Derek’s affairs without an LPA in his year-long battle against Covid. She also highlighted their struggle in a … Read More

Chelsea Antiques Fair announces director
March 25, 2021

Chelsea Antiques Fair announces director


The online antique selling portal 2Covet has appointed Sophie Wood as director of the Chelsea Antiques Fair, which it purchased the rights to earlier this year.

The power of relationships
March 25, 2021

The power of relationships


Kate Pearce explains the power of relationships and why the Queens Hotel in Southsea kept Deep South Media on through the pandemic despite the hotel being closed – and how this has benefited them.