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  • STB Project Manager wins prestigious ITI Award
    14th September 2020

    Surrey Translation Bureau Project Manager Greg Hyne was announced as winner in the ‘Best Newcomer (Corporate Member)’ category at the ITI’s online Summer Awards Party on 4 September. The ITI awards are a highlight in the language industry event calendar,

  • Press Release from Surrey County Council 11th September 2020
    14th September 2020

    Data is showing some rises in COVID-19 case numbers in some areas of Surrey and residents should remain vigilant to slow any spread of the virus.      We are confirming today that we have now seen a small rise in cases in areas of

  • Plan Ahead for Likely Autumn Tax Changes
    14th September 2020

    The Chancellor’s Summer Statement saw the introduction of a number of measures aimed at supercharging the UK ailing economy – and soon all eyes will be on Rishi Sunak’s Autumn Budget. Giving careful consideration to certain areas, before taxes start

  • Raphael: Prince Albert’s Passion
    9th September 2020

    Raphael: Prince Albert’s Passion 6 May – 6 September 2020 2020 marks the 500th anniversary of the death of Raphael and to commemorate this significant event, exhibitions are being staged around the world to celebrate Raphael’s achievement as one of

  • South East business leaders are amongst the most confident in the UK about the future following COVID-19
    8th September 2020

    67% of South East companies are confident about their resilience over the next 12 months, compared to an average of 51% nationwide, according to a BDO LLP poll released today The majority (70%) of South East business leaders expect the

  • BCC/TSB: Businesses need flexible financial support to recover from pandemic
    8th September 2020

    Results from a BCC poll, conducted in partnership with banking group TSB, reveals that many firms have taken on debt during the pandemic and require flexible repayment solutions to rebuild their revenues and avoid an unsustainable debt crisis. Those who haven’t taken on debt, but may

  • Your international business needs multilingual platforms now more than ever
    7th September 2020

      As businesses start getting back on their feet, they need to adapt to the new norms. Face-to-face networking, physical interactions with stakeholders and store visits from potential and existing customers have reduced considerably and the digital marketplace has gained

  • GSC and Octagon To Stage Virtual Dream
    7th September 2020

    24–27 SEPTEMBER: The award-winning Guildford Shakespeare Company (GSC) and Bolton’s Octagon Theatre present a live online adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM is Shakespeare’s best loved comedy, featuring four young lovers who find themselves lost

  • Eat Out to Help Out draws in diners to Guildford
    3rd September 2020

    With the government’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme coming to a close on Monday 31st August, diners and restaurant owners across the county hail the campaign a success in encouraging customers out of their homes and back into our cafes,

  • An update on COVID-19 cases in Surrey
    3rd September 2020

    Data is showing some rises in COVID-19 case numbers in areas of Surrey and residents should remain vigilant to slow any spread of the virus. As part of the Local Outbreak Control Plan for Surrey we made a commitment to

  • BCC responds to the opening of the Kickstart scheme
    2nd September 2020

    Commenting on the launch of the Kickstart scheme, allowing employers to offer government-subsidised work placements for young people aged between 16-24 who are claiming Universal Credit and at risk of long-term unemployment, BCC Head of People Policy Jane Gratton said:

  • Godalming based commercial law firm celebrates 10th Anniversary with rebrand and new website
    1st September 2020

    GBH Law celebrates its tenth anniversary on 1 September 2020 with the launch of a new brand and website. GBH Law started in 2010 when three experienced lawyers, Christine Goodyear, Hamish Cameron Blackie and Denise Herrington left a large regional