Brit-Net Internet Marketing, a local Hayling Island based digital business which has been involved in the world of web since 1997, has rebranded today under the new name OKO Digital.
A Leigh Park shopping centre which has been in the headlines in the past for having the most amount of unoccupied units in the country is bucking the trend and making a comeback.
Providing office space and support services for a large number of start-up businesses, the Portsmouth Technopole business centre celebrates a decade of existence this coming Tuesday, October 1st.
Fred Nash and Dawn Randall, who currently own South Parade Pier in Southsea, are likely to be bought out by the South Parade Trust.
As Hampshire’s last surviving Victorian seaside pier the group want to purchase the structure and transform it back into what it once was.
Firms across Portsmouth are being encouraged to sign up to the Portsmouth Opportunities Fair which will take place at Portsmouth Guildhall on Saturday October 19th. This is a chance to let young people know what career opportunities are available in the city.
It’s only a few days before the Swaythling Ford plant officially closes for good. 531 employees are affected and have chosen redeployment, voluntary redundancy or early retirement. 41 of those will be moving on to other roles within the company while a further 41are moving on to employment outside of Ford.
After trading for a little under one year, Aerial Direct Ltd of Gosport have announced they intend to take on a further 150 employees.
Four directors, who each have over a decade worth of experience in the sector, formed the company in June last year when they amalgamated two existing telecommunications firms.
A deal is on the verge of being struck by celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Winchester County Council. The plan is for the TV chef to transform Winchester’s historical Grade 2 listed Abbey Mill property into his next River Cottage Canteen and Deli.
In an effort to get Hayling Island business men and women talking, networking and making contact, a series of tasty working lunches are being organised by Kathy Fitchett; owner of Food Fiend Experience cookery school.
10 years ago plans were submitted by Aldi to open one of its stores in Winchester. One of Hampshire’s longest running controversies has now finally been laid to rest with the opening of one of the cut price supermarket stores.