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2ergo to focus on contactless payments, raise £3m from share placing
Salford Quays mobile firm 2ergo is set to raise over £3 million through placing 256 million shares with new and existing shareholders.The shares will be available at a price of 1p. Company directors Barry Sharples, Neale Graham and Keith Seeley have also subscribed to 54m new ordinary shares at the same value. Both sets of shares represent approximately 80.1 per cent of the company’s enlarged share capital. In a statement the company said that the proceeds will be used to provide ...
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Giant birds flock to family fun...
Nycomm Group Chairman Julian Niman held a family fun day to mark his 60th birthday celebrations – inviting all his staff from the ...
Salford University to host "Survive and...
The Greater Manchester Business Growth Hub and the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) are partnering with Salford University to ...
Best friends bring a taste of...
Two childhood best friends from Manchester decided to up sticks and move to New York City in 2010. They drank a lot, ate a lot and...
Record numbers of employers report PAYE...
More than 1.4 million employer PAYE schemes are now reporting to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in real time since the launch of ne...
Peel Signs International Game Technology at...
It’s game on for International Game Technology (IGT) as they take 12,600 sq.ft of office space at The Peel Group’s iconic Quay Wes...
Salford apprentices on the road
A Salford woman is among the apprentices working for construction and regeneration company Emanuel Whittaker who have been given t...
Nimans TV in the frame
Salford-based comms specialist Nimans has developed a new interactive way for customers to discover more about the latest trends a...
Salford company pledges to help find...
The best of the North West’s exporters, including five companies from Greater Manchester, gathered this week to pledge support for...
ISO mark for City West Works
A repairs subsidy of Salford housing association City West has received three internationally recognised accreditations.
Two new Eastern stores open at...
A Chinese restaurant and a handcrafted furniture specialist are two new stores bringing a little flavour of the Orient to The Lowr...
New FIN iPad app puts fund's...
The IMF Finances iPad app is a completely new way to access information on the Fund finances in a format that is highly interactiv...
Customer satisfaction survey praise for Nycomm
Salford-based comms specialist, the Nycomm Group, has been given a big thumbs-up from customers, earning high levels of praise in ...
Peel Acquires The Alexandra at MediaCityUK
The Peel Group have acquired The Alexandra office building at MediaCityUK
Booths launches first interactive cook-along broadcasted...
This month, fine food and wine retailer Booths launches a series of live interactive cook-alongs, filmed in-store in front of an a...
£4m windfall for underpaid workers...
More than 26,000 workers denied the National Minimum Wage by their employers have received a £4 million windfall after action by H...
Disappointing that lending to small firms...
Comment from the Federation of Small Businesses
Double honour for Kingsland at Salford...
Kingsland Wines & Spirits, leading UK bottler and distributor, is celebrating after scooping two accolades at the recent Salford B...
Warning over small business scam
Small businesses in Salford are being warned over a common VAT directory scam which could end up costing thousands of pounds.
Pensions schemes made simple with Cottons...
With the workplace pensions law changed as of October 2012, employers in the UK will be required to help their employees save for ...
British Ambassadors urge North West companies...
British Ambassadors from across South America were in the region this month to encourage North West companies to make the most of ...
Small firms lose up to £800...
In a new report, Cyber security and fraud: the impact on small businesses, the FSB has partnered with the Home Office and the Busi...
Young Salford Entrepreneur makes Road...
Young entrepreneur, Matthew O’Neill, is making road safety education fun for school pupils with his mobile go-karting business, Ko...
Salford Software puts business head in...
A Salford IT firm is celebrating after being handed a major government contract to provide identity management solutions.
Local economy 'showing growth' says Salford...
A new report into business confidence shows promise for the local economy.
Irlam firm backed by export chiefs
The Regional Director of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) North West, Clive Drinkwater, visited Metalube in Irlam to encourage other G...
Get the better of employee sickness...
Summer is on the way and so sickness absence is sure to rise.
FSB urges small firms to boost...
Research by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) shows that one in four UK small firms risk being uncompetitive by not having ...
Marketing tips for ambitious SMEs
For SMEs, marketing has always been something of a challenge.
Pennine Telecom open UK's first free...
A Salford Business Expo exhibitor has launched what is thought to be the UK’s first fully free community wi-fi network.
Wedding business mum-to-be finds perfect partner...
A Salford mum-to-be says she’s found the perfect partner in her local housing association after setting up a new business selling ...
ENER-G shortlisted for energy consumer champion...
Salford-based ENER-G Procurement has been shortlisted for two major energy industry awards for its achievements in championing the...
Best of Salford business backed in...
An Ordsall parkour gym, a Worsley laser hair clinic and a theatre company are among the businesses nominated in this year's Salfor...
Salford Business Breakfast Club -Thursday 23rd...
Start the day with an opportunity to network with other businesses in the area. * No Joining Fee * No Membership Fee
ENER-G shows how going green keeps...
At a time when businesses are hanging onto the pennies and reluctant to borrow, Salford-based ENER-G is providing cash strapped ...
Charity & Business Together
6.00pm - 9.00pm, Monday 13th May, The Lowry Hotel
Local law firm launches new legal...
Niche Manchester Law Firm, Boote Edgar Esterkin, has launched a new legal advisory service to help those selling or buying a softw...
Vimto plot puts fizz back into...
A residential development on Chapel Street will take on the name of a famous drinks brand known the world over.
Video: Help for employers to cut...
By Tom Rodgers With major festivals and events coming up this summer, Eccles-based employment specialists ELAS reckon summer s...
FSB: the future technology investment of...
A platform to help shape the future technology investment of small businesses
Award-winning RoadTrip app now available for...
RoadTrip, the award-winning free app from Vauxhall that provides drivers with a fast and simple way of tracking their business jou...
Prolific North Marketing Awards - Final...
There is just one week left to enter the The Prolific North Marketing Awards - the deadline for entries is next Friday 3 May.
Late Payment - a stark picture
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) together with other business representation organisations, banks, MPs and small business ...
Chamber 'confident' on local economy, but...
By Tom Rodgers The Chief Economist at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce has urged the government to intervene with mor...
0.3pc increase in GDP as UK...
New figures from the Office for National Statistics estimate that UK GDP increased by 0.3% in the first quarter of 2013.
Salford University appoints new director of...
The University of Salford has appointed Stephen Talboys as Director of Estates to lead its property services and campus redevelopm...
Nimans on the ball with St...
Staff at Salford-based telecoms distributor Nimans saw red as part of a double celebration – marking St George’s Day and toasting ...
New solar power research facility to...
The University of Salford has officially opened its Solar Research Plant which will produce small batches of new solar panels to h...
Claimants become entrepreneurs to get out...
The number of benefit claimants setting up their own business with Government support has jumped by 86% in the last six months, ac...
FSB members to give evidence at...
All Party inquiry into late payments to SMEs on April 23rd 2013 at the Houses of Parliament, London
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