Hampshire based company Hawk-Eye has been confirmed as providers of the next Premier League
season’s goal line technology system. No more gaffs or near misses – with the implementation of the
company’s camera based network referees and official’s jobs have just got a whole lot easier.
Due to pollution and agricultural contamination of water sources from local farms, Basingstoke farmers are being encouraged to apply for a £10, 000 portion of the Catchment Sensitive Farming Grant .
Applications need to me made before April 30 and it’s a scheme that’s being championed by Chris D’Olley, a rural land use expert at Carter Jonas.
Do you fancy sponsoring one of Basingstoke’s famous roundabouts?
If the answer is yes then you now can, as Destination Basingstoke and Basingstoke Deane Borough Council have teamed up to offer local businesses the opportunity of advertising on these renowned structures.
Sofi Designs, a bridal shop based in Basingstoke, has thrived to the point of having to expand their business into double the size of premises.
Owner Fatma Sofi reckons that the booming sales are down to the company stocking mother-of-the-bride outfits as well as traditional bridal gowns.
Microsoft have recently spent a day filming an advert for their latest operating system in an independent coffee shop in the village of Sherfield-on-Loddon, just north of Basingstoke.
Microsoft Great with 8 Advert
Inspire12 have now announced the finalists for each of their 12 business awards. The winners will be announced during the awards dinner on Thursday 15th November at The Hampshire Court Hotel in Basingstoke.
Hertz, the America car rental company, has just opened a new “van supersite” in Basingstoke. The Van Supersite network provides both short and long-term commercial rentals. The new site is located at Exhibition Court on Armstrong Road in an industrial area of Basingstoke
The Inspire12 business awards for North Hampshire are open for new nominations. Companies in North Hampshire, from Andover in the west to Farnborough in the east can be nominated. There are categories for all types and sizes of business.
One of Basingstoke’s leading IT service providers, Cirrus Logistics, has received the Queen’s Award for Outstanding Performance in International Trade.
The award was presented by Dame Mary Fagan, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, and Deputy Lieutenant Andrew Kent, who read the citation.
The Queen’s Award
Hampshire Business Expo, an event now in its second year and organised by Memo Events, is due to take place on Thursday 21st June at the Apollo Hotel in Basingstoke.