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Demand for digital drives new appointments for Shropshire website agency

Shropshire website agency is expanding its team to cope with increased demand for digital services during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Summerfield Healthcare rolls out new antigen testing for businesses

A Shropshire healthcare provider is working with businesses across the county, helping employers to protect their workforce and keep companies running during the pandemic.

Property investment company completes purchase of Grade II Listed Shrewsbury building

A Grade II Listed retail building in Shrewsbury town centre, which offers scope for residential conversion to its upper floors, has been sold to Marshall & Marshall Limited.

New innovation will help entrepreneurs

A local business consultancy has introduced an exciting innovation to help people who are setting up their own companies.

Pave Aways makes new investment in Wales to underpin demand

Shropshire-based building contractor Pave Aways is opening a second office in Wales to support the growth of its work in Mid Wales.

Shropshire chartered surveyor lands new role as Agriculture Act 2020 takes effect

A Shropshire chartered surveyor has been appointed to a new arbitration panel introduced as part of major reforms under the Agriculture Act 2020.

Shrewsbury to benefit from multi-million investment by Full Fibre

Fibre broadband company Full Fibre has secured financing to build a new network for Shrewsbury, providing a better connection and an array of job opportunities for town.

Shropshire manufacturers urged to have their say on life after Brexit

Small to medium-sized manufacturers in Shropshire are being encouraged to have their say on trading beyond Brexit as part of the latest Manufacturing Barometer.