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AUDAX PUNCHING ABOVE ITS WEIGHT ON THE GLOBAL STAGE

Plymouth based Audax Global Solutions recently attended the Emergency Services Show (EES), at the NEC in Birmingham. The showcase is one of the largest of its kind in the UK calendar where…

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BUSINESS IN DEVON AWARDS 2018 – ARE LAUNCHING

FIRMS across the county are to be recognised in the relaunch of ‘Business in Devon’ Awards 2018 – at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, in the centre of Plymouth, on the 8th February.…

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INTERNATIONAL MARINE GIANT MOVING INTO PLYMOUTH

The Devon Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the decision by French company Thales to invest in a new maritime autonomy trials and training centre in Plymouth. Thales is one of the world’s…

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CITY FIRMS DELIVER £1K OF URGENT FOODBANK PARCELS

Following a city SOS appeal by the Oasis Project based in Stonehouse for more food supplies. Clever Student Lets sent out thousands of emails to its students, and other city firms and…

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NAKED AMBITION TO SET UP OWN STUDIO

MODEL posing and rehearsing on Plymouth Hoe with art director Abigail White of Artworks 3, and Spanish life model Ashley Franceschi. Global arts portal Artworks 3, are taking part in the finale…

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LOUNGE AT THE HOE

LOUNGE AT THE HOE, will be the finale – for three days of a contemporary art festival being celebrated at the Plymouth Art Weekender showcases later this month – from the 22-24…

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SPARROW SCHOOL MAKES CITY MARKETING HISTORY

Suzanne Sparrow’s English Language School made PR history in the late 1970s, and launched the city’s first-ever marketing literature promoting the city’s foreign language sector in France and Spain – based on…

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NO TIME FOR EU INFLEXIBILITY – WARNS DEVON CHAMBER BOSS

BUSINESS bosses in Devon are calling on British negotiators to proceed with Europe in a ‘constructive dialogue’ and no time to ‘protest about EU inflexibility’, says the chief executive of the Devon…

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CITY LITERATURE FESTIVAL RETURNS IN OCTOBER

  CITY LITERATURE FESTIVAL RETURNS The Plymouth Literature Festival returns in October, said one of the organisers Owen Ryles. Mr Ryles, said: “We have many events taking place across the city and…

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ASPIRING TO NEW STUDENT LIVING

Richard Pillar, chairman of Pillar Land Securities Aspire House, a new £4.5million luxury student block in Mayflower Street, is seeing its first customers moving in – and every room will be occupied…

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