GB Tyres (UK) Ltd

GB Tyres are one of the leading suppliers of commercial vehicle tyres in the UK. Established in the West Midlands in 2013 the business has grown to become one of the fastest growing importers and exporters of commercial vehicle tyres in Europe. As wholesale tyre distributors, we provide tyres for a variety of sectors including …

June 2020 Companies in the news

Not surprisingly the stock market has been very volatile this month, rising and falling as the mood about Covid swings from positive to negative. Companies have of course their own unique circumstances. Lookers Group PLC – reported a large fraud had been discovered, and that did not get well received by investors who had been …

CINEWORLD PLC

Cineworld PLC is a United Kingdom-based international cinema chain. It was founded by Steve Wiener in 1995 and has been active to date. Cineworld’s acquisition of Regal Entertainment Group has created the second largest cinema business in the world (by the number of screens). Cineworld currently operates in the UK, Ireland, Poland, the Czech Republic, …

Rolls Royce PLC

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ROLLS ROYCE, THE AEROSPACE COMPANY Rolls Royce Aerospace is a subsidiary business of the larger Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC. This company is a multinational engineering company based in the Great Britain. This company was founded in 1904 when Henry Royce and Charles Rolls merged their businesses, one which focused on …

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LOOKERS GROUP, PLC.

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LOOKERS GROUP, PLC. Lookers Group is a multi-franchise dealer group, who is responsible for the representation of 32 volume premium and volume automobile manufacturers in the United Kingdom and Ireland. This means the group is a car dealership group, who work with several car manufacturers to help sell their …

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MARSTON’S

In 1834, Marston was founded. It started as a brewery at Horningblow Brewery in England. The founding father is John Marston, a brewer who had gained a reputation for himself in the 1800’s. After a merger with John Thompson and Son Limited in 1898, Marston’s moved to Albion Brewery where its utilization of the Burton …

NATIONAL EXPRESS

NATIONAL EXPRESS National Express, which was founded in 1972 is a coach operator that provides services through the whole of Great Britain. Importantly, they carry out their movements  between cities and regions. Their services are largely rented out to local coach companies in Great Britain. The company‚Äôs headquarter can be located in Birmingham. Their hubs …

REASONS TO RESEARCH YOUR COMPETITORS AND SUPPLIERS

INTRODUCTION: Continuous research and assessment are an important factor in the longevity of your business. Market research is one of the most crucial building blocks of any new as well as grown-up businesses. It includes the assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the competition. Market research allows you to make changes and swiftly promote …

Covid-19 and the UK economy

Whilst the world has seen many pandemics, the UK like so many other countries around the World has watch from a distance without adequately preparing for the impact that such an outbreak would have here. Sadly of course the UK has been hit hard, and wasn’t very well prepared, we were slow to test and …

Budget 2020

This years budget will be a really interesting one, now the Conservatives have their well deserved majority they can afford to be radical, also the first budget of a new administration is often seen as the time to push through unpopular tax rises, whilst towards election time things need to be less radical and more …

Realising the potential of wind

I’ve spend more time this month considering the future for the UK and how we can move to become sustainable and successful in the long term. My main thought is that given the UK is so windy and we have such a large territorial water area that we need to fully embrace the potential for …

Brexit Day is finally here

Well I can’t believe it but Brexit has finally arrived, any how easy it was once the Brexit blockers were removed from Parliament, I don’t think those selfish MP’s spared any thought for the economic damage their dithering caused last year. The whole point of Parliament is for it to represent the will of the …

Introducing RecruitSleuth

We are partnering with a Recruitment App and Website business called RecruitSleuth this company offers a great product and solution and will be powered by our own database. They offer to take a CV, strip it apart and analyse the performance of the companies a candidate has worked for and show that in graphical form. …

Getting to carbon neutral will be very challenging.

Over the last year I have been increasingly supportive of the Governments committment to making the UK carbon neutral by 2050, it seems a long way in the future but 30 years goes by in no time, I remember finishing university and spending a year in Australia that seems like yesterday but was 30 ago …

Budget 2020 – a golden opportunity

At the time of writing this blog post which is towards the end of January the UK is just shrugging off the impact of the brexit logjam we all experienced last year. Our previous parliament tried and tried to block brexit going through but in doing so the confidence of the country took a real …

IR35 is coming and it will shake up contracting

I’ve been doing some contracting work myself whilst working for Compelling Media and Telford and Wrekin Council, I’ve been reading about IR35 but and preparing for the changes that will bring, but I don’t think contractors in general are properly aware of what it means and the impact it will have on them. IR35 has …

Telford and Wrekin and their so called climate emergency

Last year my local authority Telford and Wrekin declared a climate change emergency, this was a brave move by the Council and recognises that that World is in trouble and urgent action is needed to address the issue of Climate Change and CO2 emmissions. However what has been done in the last six months? Well …

Wind Energy the UK has enough for all of the EU and Eastern Europe too!

A major challenge facing the whole world and the UK is the impact of carbon usage in the economy and reliance of it in almost every aspect of our lives. I read Biology at University and always had an appreciation of the issue, but like everyone else I am only now seeing the full scale …

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