Thames Valley workplace transformation underway

Businesses across the Thames Valley are rethinking their future workplace strategies with a move away from full remote working, leading to greater demand for flexible, high quality office space which is boosting the market – according to property consultancy Vail Williams.

Charity taxi raises more than £60,000 so far…

Businessmen who are taking it in turns to spend a week driving around Bournemouth and Poole in an old London taxi have raised more than £60,000 for charity. By the time the Top Gear-style challenge ends in January, the BC Club members hope to have raised at least £100,000.

Beware the cyber threats when returning to offices

Business returning to their offices after a long lockdown lay-off should consider the cyber security implications, according to a leader in the field. Matt Horan from C3IA Solutions is urging companies to carry out checks before getting all their staff back because the risks will have increased.

Sentinel looks to boost workforce

A Dorset-headquartered fire and security business is looking for six new staff to join its swelling ranks as it continues to expand. Sentinel Fire and Security has grown rapidly in the last two years and has 11 staff based in Fancy Road, Poole.

High streets are moving

Retailers deserting high streets can increasingly be found in storage units, with hundreds taking space in Store & Secure’s premises over the last five years.

IT specialists expand…into next door

An expanding IT company has acquired a larger building close to its Fareham HQ to help meet demand following sustained business growth over the last year. Interpro Technology Solutions now owns two units on the Fareham Heights business park as it seeks to futureproof the business for further strategic growth.