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Mentoring entrepreneurs can fuel commercial success, South West business leaders told

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Mentoring entrepreneurs can fuel commercial success, South West business leaders told

The head of a leading commercial law firm is urging business leaders across the South West to do more to support young people’s commercial ambitions and better harness the region’s rich pool of business talent.

Simon Holdsworth, managing partner of Swindon-based Thrings, believes CEOs, directors and senior managers of companies

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Chartered surveyors Kavanaghs appoint new manager to commercial services team

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Chartered surveyors Kavanaghs appoint new manager to commercial services team

Wiltshire chartered surveyors Kavanaghs have made a new appointment to their commercial services team.

Alison Williams has joined the company from Alder King in Swindon to head up the commercial services team for Kavanaghs Melksham and Trowbridge offices.

Alison will be managing commercial lettings, disposals and acquisitions in the Wiltshire

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Five hundred rural businesses to benefit from superfast broadband rollout

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Five hundred rural businesses to benefit from superfast broadband rollout

Five hundred more rural businesses in Wiltshire now have access to superfast fibre broadband as a multi-million pound public and private sector partnership continues its roll-out.

Fibre broadband is now available in Kington Langley, Bradenstoke, Purton, and Broad Hinton. Further areas of Royal Wootton Bassett have also gone live with

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Brewin Dolphin wins a gilded silver medal for copper-plated Chelsea Flower Show garden

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Brewin Dolphin wins a gilded silver medal for copper-plated Chelsea Flower Show garden

Financial investment company Brewin Dolphin has been awarded a gilt silver medal at the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show.

Their show garden - which carries a theme of new growth and features patinated copper archways and sculptures - was designed by Chelsea first-timer Matthew Childs.

Stephen Depla, head of Brewin Dolphin

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