18January2021

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Veolia, the UK's leading resource management company, has launched #StreetSmiles to recognise the outstanding contribution of waste workers carrying out essential services as the pandemic continues. Support from the public has already been overwhelming with people all over the country putting out thank you notes or displaying smiling suns in their windows.

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As a not-for-profit Social Enterprise that supports start-ups and small businesses, Wenta cannot ignore the struggles of this community during the COVID-19 epidemic and so we've taken action!
Just a few days ago, Wenta's Government petition went live, asking for cash grants to be extended to small businesses that don't qualify for SBRR: http://bit.ly/2y3yj3W
#SmallBusinessCrisisNow

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Carluccio's case confirms the availability of the government funded furlough scheme to companies in administration and their employees.

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IT and technology job vacancies are dominating the hiring arena in London as firms seek to continue operations remotely during the pandemic. That's according new analysis from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo), the trade association for the professional recruitment sector.

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• Small businesses given help to have an up to date business continuity plan (BCP)
• Just one in three small businesses has a BCP
• Package of advice and benefits on cashflow, insurance, legal, health and medical

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Hertfordshire company ready to take on the world with their war on waste as SMARTHUB launches taking construction logistics into a new era.

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·         Almost a third (30%) of small businesses on the high street are helping to address key issues by being part of the local initiatives such as BIDs, with another one in six (17%) wanting to get more involved

·         Almost a third (30%) of small businesses on the high street are helping to address key issues by being part of the local initiatives such as BIDs, with another one in six (17%) wanting to get more involved

  • Small firms in rural areas are generally more positive (50%) about their high street compared to those in urban districts (35%)
  • 70 per cent of small businesses on the high street say that enhanced parking would make the biggest positive difference to them
  • 38 per cent of businesses would not survive without business rates relief

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Royston based, managed technologies provider, Calteq, today announced the acquisition of cable infrastructure company, Blue Cube Networks Limited. Calteq has acquired Blue Cube's entire share capital in a deal which will see its service offering expanded to include Cable Infrastructure, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), WiFi services, CCTV, and Fibre Optic Cable solutions as well as the addition of a comprehensive customer and prospects base.

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A long-term plan to restore Whippendell Wood in Watford back to its true and natural historic state is now underway.

Watford Borough Council, which maintains the wood, will be working alongside Natural England, Forestry Commission and Woodland Trust, and will be gradually removing invasive non-native trees over the next five years. Native trees will be planted or allowed to grow back naturally over that time.

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