Swindon & Wiltshire Business News
Safety footwear manufacturer V12 have joined Boeing and the Royal Air Force in backing a campaign to encourage more women into engineering.
International Women In Engineering Day, which will be held next Tuesday (June 23) celebrates women engineers, as well as inspiring young women to enter the sector.
Renewable power provider Good Energy has teamed up with software provider Jumptech to support a new electric vehicle service which will help businesses to install faster charging points in their facilities.
The new partnership will use a platform that allows customers to carry out a survey of their business premises ahead of installing EV chargers.
Companies are being encouraged to give their old computer equipment to help young learners struggling to do their schoolwork at home.
The appeal for used desktop and laptop computers is being made by the Swindon-based White Horse Federation, which supports 31 schools in Swindon, Gloucester and Reading with 12,500 students, and is being backed by Business West.
Law firm Awdry Bailey & Douglas has appointed experienced leader Andrew Burchell as its new head of IT.
Andrew has a lengthy and proven track record within IT management, operations and support, service delivery, project management, contract negotiation and procurement including key vendor account management.
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