Jan Dryden RedArc

Jan Dryden, Director of Nursing Services, RedArc, retires and Sue Kinsella appointed to succeed

15th November 2017

Jan Dryden, Director of Nursing Services at RedArc, the personal nurse adviser company, has today announced her retirement at the end of this year, and Sue Kinsella, previously a senior nurse at the organisation, is working closely with Jan to take over as Head of Nursing Services. Dryden was recruited by RedArc over 20 years… Read more »

Financial Capability Week: let’s talk about group risk products in the workplace 13-19 November 2017

15th November 2017

Levels of financial capability remain stubbornly low across the UK and 27 million working-age people in the UK don’t have a sufficient savings buffer to allow them to cope with a significant income shock. 21 million don’t even have £500 saved to replace a fridge or mend a car and only half of people with… Read more »

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RTD – A Family Business

2nd November 2017

Established in 1999, RTD are a family run business passionate about helping SME’s grow in a digital world that changes quickly.The Wilson’s began the company after noticing a gap in the market that they thought needed more attention in order for SME’s to excel in their individual fields. Two thirds of UK businesses are family… Read more »

Sallie Maskrey portal business centres

Sallie Maskrey joins the Ellesmere Port Development Board

31st October 2017

Sallie Maskrey, Managing Director, Portal Business Centres, is delighted to have been appointed to the Board of the Ellesmere Port Development Board. EPD is an enterprise team supporting the expansion of the town’s economy and also improving the quality of life for residents of Ellesmere Port. The objectives of the board are to attract and… Read more »

Alderley park


30th September 2017

PJ Livesey has received full planning consent for a residential scheme in Alderley Park, which includes the regeneration of grade II-listed buildings. A new glazed apartment building will provide 22 homes, while historic courtyard buildings will be revamped to provide 17 cottages. The site’s lower courtyard will also be extended to provide 17 new-build mews… Read more »

Euroshel team


30th September 2017

A manufacturer of stainless steel shelters and street furniture, which provided products for the London 2012 Olympics, has relocated to Congleton with support from Cheshire East Council’s Skills and Growth Company. Autocross Euroshel has taken a 5,000 sq ft unit off Back Lane, moving three staff from its former base in Lancashire. The move has… Read more »

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Sci-tech Daresbury Signs up six partner organisations

30th September 2017

Six high-profile companies and establishments have signed up to be partner organisations for Cheshire’s Sci-Tech Daresbury in an effort to enhance business and technical support services for the 120 small- and medium-sized enterprises based at the science campus. The facility opened in 2006. It houses about 120 companies, as well as the STFC Daresbury Laboratory.… Read more »