Berry Recruitment turns the dial up to Max

Berry Recruitment has appointed a new Regional Director to run its three branches in Southampton and Gosport – an economy with more vacancies than workers. The highly experienced Max Perceau now heads up the Berry Recruitment Southampton offices as well as the branch in Gosport.

Dorset business award winners celebrated

The first Dorset Business Awards to be held in four years attracted hundreds of guests who celebrated the excellence and innovation of the county’s companies. It was the highlight of the Dorset Chamber’s first business festival, a four-day series of events including an expo and the Future of Business Conference.

Inaugural business conference explores workplaces of future

Businesses in Dorset need to prepare now for the workplace of the future, the first conference of its kind in the county heard. More than 150 people attended the inaugural Dorset Business Festival Conference, held by Dorset Chamber at the Hilton Bournemouth.

Firm opens new cyber centre on the Isle of Man

Leading cyber-security company Computer Network Defence (CND) has opened its new Cyber Security Operations Centre on the lsle of Man. This UK-headquartered business has maintained a presence on the island for seven years, and its latest facility is in the capital, Douglas.

Free business expo in Bournemouth

A business expo with more than 70 stands is free to all and is part of Dorset Chamber’s Dorset Business Festival. Taking place Between 9am and 12noon on Wednesday 11th October, the event will be held at The Hilton, Bournemouth.

Speakers confirmed for Dorset’s ground-breaking business festival

Speakers for Dorset Chamber’s Future of Business Conference have been confirmed and include the economics editor of the Sunday Times and leaders in AI, placemaking and sustainability. Keynote speaker David Smith is also the Sunday Times’ chief leader-writer, assistant editor and policy adviser, and has written books on economics.

New manager for Birmingham recruiter

Berry Recruitment has appointed a new manager at its busy Birmingham branch, and he says the local economy is doing better than many believe. Chris Cooper has 20 years’ experience in the industry and aims to grow the branch that currently has five staff.