22 April 2015
As the nation looks forward to warmer and drier months, one St Albans based business is firmly focused on helping to protect homes and businesses from the threat of future flood events, thanks to its innovative engineering talent.
Amidst increased pressure on Government budgets, Meteor Communications, located in Campfield Road, St Albans, is fast becoming a major force in the field of environmental monitoring and is looking to grow its team of six engineers this year. The company has designed ...
21 April 2015
For millions, the thought of lying on a beach soaking up the sun this summer is the perfect holiday but for thousands more with skin conditions, such as prickly heat, eczema or polymorphic light eruption (PLE), even limited exposure can cause the onset of painful, itchy rashes.
Help is at hand for sufferers thanks to a unique South African sun protection formula, which is now available to UK consumers via Stevenage based importers, Techniblock Suncare.
Delivered in an ethanol-based aerosol spray, ...
8 April 2015
A businessman from Solihull whose commercial interests include a chauffeur company and the management of a cemetery, has gone from headstones to head gaskets with the launch of two premium car service centres.
Following a six-figure investment, which enabled him to take over the management of a previous automotive company, Kamran Saleem, aged 33, has opened the doors to his own independent car and van servicing outlets.
Branded MotorServ-UK, located in Monkspath Business Park and in Coventry, the new business is ...
31 March 2015
For two brothers from Little Brickhill, careers in the motor industry were at the top of their wish lists but they never thought they’d both end up working at the same car dealership. Jay Hughes has joined his brother Tyler at Brayley Renault in Westcroft, Milton Keynes.
Twenty-one year-old Jay is employed as a technician whilst Tyler, aged 19, has recently been promoted to the role of Service Advisor at the dealership, where he’s worked for just over one year.
26 January 2015
An historic car dealership in Grays has re-opened thanks to a £250,000 investment by automotive retail company, Brayleys Cars. Following a major refurbishment, Brayley Mazda is the Japanese brand's newest UK outlet and has opened its doors on Orsett Road in the town, a site that has traded cars since 1898.
Keen on maintaining the historic connection that the business has with the town, Paul Brayley, Managing Director of Brayleys Cars, commented:
“It’s humbling to think that one family owned this ...