450K STEPS FOR CHARITY – that’s what Debbie Williams ( co-owner of John Williams heating services) is doing to raise funds for the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society campaign (NRAS). Debbie received a diagnosis of NRAS some years ago.
Fundraising takes the cake for Optimum professional services. Fancy a cuppa? The team at Optimum Professional Services did, when they ran a coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Staff at the accountancy and law firm in Swindon baked or brought in cakes, made a brew, and took time out of their busy day to help the charity. In fact, they had so many cakes, they sold them over two days!
FINANCIAL ADVISOR CELEBRATES SECOND ANNIVERSARY. Wroughton-based financial adviser Dave Southby is celebrating the second anniversary of starting his own business.
DIGITAL MARKETER TAKES ON STAFF. Swindonian Rob Curtis, who started his company The Pursuit Agency a year ago, has welcomed his first employee Belle Brookes.
Louise Hunt Skelley PLY, the former British wheelchair tennis player, is joining forces with HR expert Rachel Weaven to deliver an inclusivity workshop. Its aim being to highlight the benefits of hiring staff with disabilities.
10 gas safety tips from the team at John Williams Heating Services in Chippenham to highlight the importance of staying safe ahead of Gas Safety Week. This year that takes place between Monday September 11th and Sunday September 17.
An innovative new business, offering organisations the chance to star in their own chat show style broadcasts, has taken on its first team member.
Two accountancy and audit apprentices are celebrating. Their party mood comes after success in their qualifications to become AAT accredited. Callum Morton and Zach Bunce both joined Swindon-based Optimum Professional Services in October 2020, having decided on accountancy careers.
Financial Advisor Takes On Employee – his first. Financial adviser Dave Southby has seen his Wiltshire-based business grow in the past two years. So much so that he’s taken on his first employee, Neil Sawyer, to help grow the company further.
So this – Curated Makers Swindon – is a rather nice thing. What is curated makers I hear you cry. Well – what they are is a bridge between big and small businesses. A bridge that’s devoted to making connections between shoppers, makers, artists and designers in a particular region.
Cotswold Eco Tub sponsors village fete for the second year in a row. Southrop benefitted from the largesse of the company once again this year. The show featured a spitfire flypast from the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Following that came a spectacular aerial display courtesy of the RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team – the team’s only appearance at a village fête this year.
A sporting and HR Collaboration will highlight the benefits of hiring staff with disabilities.