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  • News  /  Solar woes take the shine off Entu THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    specialist has described its first 12 months as a public company as a year of mixed fortunes The Manchester based company said it had been hit hard by a change in the Government s approach to domestic solar power as feed in tarifs were cut This has forced Entu to withdraw from the market completely a move that will dent its profitability in the near future Chief executive Ian Blackhurst explained The closure of the solar business and the require for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office

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  • News  /  Fans in bid to buy cash-starved football club THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Davies in a bid to buy the cash starved football club The move follows the collapse of a takeover bid from Sports Shield the consortium led by former Wanderers striker Dean Holdsworth According to The Bolton News the trust has come up with a plan backed by organisations and businesses in the town and has written to Isle of Man based millionaire Davies asking to be the preferred bidder It is believed Davies may be willing to hand over control of the base for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m

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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Countdown is on to £40m city centre regeneration THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    for the 40m regeneration of the Fishergate Shopping Centre in Preston The revitalisation programme which will be one of the largest private sector investments in the city centre for more than two decades aimed at bringing the shopping centre into the 21st century is set to be discussed by planners within weeks And if the planning committee gives it the go ahead as early as its March committee meeting work to deliver an economy boosting customer and visitor experience for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed

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  • Property  /  Commercial Property  /  Wa-ter stress free way to commute THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    a company to launch a water taxi service in Manchester Following year long negotiations Bridgewater Canal Company owned by Peel Land and Property Group has granted the licence to Manchester Water Taxis to operate two boats on the canal starting later this year Manchester Water Taxis founded in February 2009 by entrepreneur Steven Cadwell initially planned to launch on the Manchester Ship Canal providing public transport services between the city centre and MediaCityUK Despite securing fu for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take

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  • News  /  California dreaming for media firm THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    communications consultancy MC2 is launching an office in San Francisco California its first overseas operation Branded Peloton it will be led by Chris Cox former creative director at Cohn and Wolfe San Francisco and will offer media relations creative and digital strategy The business has a client roster including Manchester based cyber security specialist NCC Group s USA operations Peloton will also for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu Fans in bid to buy cash starved football club Countdown

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  • MC2, Manchester, Advertising & Marketing, THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    a sector Accountants Advertising Marketing Banking Finance Building Construction Business Services Education Engineering Estate Agents Surveyors Healthcare Home Services Insurance Interiors IT Communications Legal Services Manufacturers Media Production Motoring Procurement Recruitment Restaurants Catering Services Travel Leisure Wealth Management By letter Name MC2 The Boardwalk Third Floor 21 Little Peter Street Manchester M15 4PS Region Manchester T 0161 236 1352 E info mcmc co uk W www mcmc co uk Key People Mike Perls CEO MC2 is the North s leading independent marketing communications agency Established in 1999 MC2 provides fully integrated services including reputation management marketing consultancy PR design digital video and advertising Working with clients such as fast growing SME Secured Mail global information assurance firm NCC Group financial services giant Deloitte and renowned doughnut retailer Krispy Kreme MC2 delivers campaigns on both a regional and national level Over the last 13 years it has maintained its independent status During this time it has expanded both through natural company growth as well as acquisitions MC2s consultants develop strategies and campaigns underpinned by an insightful understanding of our clients industries A commitment to working without compromise has always been at the heart of MC2 and continues to drive everything it

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  • News  /  Home maintenance specialist creates 31 new jobs THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    expansion including more than 30 across the North West With the acquisition of Nottingham based Home Energy Services last year the Walsall based company installed a 600 strong network of directly employed plumbing drainage and heating engineers It said it was now looking to grow this network across the UK with more than 160 jobs available to the various trades In the North West alone there will be 31 new jobs in Greater Manchester Lancashire Mer for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take

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  • News  /  Climate deal highlights low carbon agenda THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    spotlight on the energy and environment sectors In this region there has been the devastating flooding in Cumbria and Lancashire while further afield there has been unprecedented weather across Europe and in the US too Policymakers and business groups like the CBI agree that something needs to be done on climate change and late last year a deal was struck at the Paris Summit which aims t for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Clive Drinkwater on the TheBusinessDesk tv UKTI s Explore Export Showcase TheBusinessDesk tv Jon Close of TLT Solicitors TheBusinessDesk tv Miles Hill of Sykes Cottages TheBusinessDesk tv Jonathan Boyers of KPMG Enterp TheBusinessDesk TV John Lewis Christmas ad TheBusinessDesk tv Singing civil engineer promotes TheBusinessDesk tv City Place Chester TheBusinessDesk tv Shop Direct profits surge to TheBusinessDesk tv When I m 64 retirement home Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive City to get 32m road improvement Edginess key to entrepreneurial spirit says Holroyd 75m First Street office revealed Solar woes take the shine off Entu Fans in bid to buy

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/northwest/news/730676-climate-deal-highlights-low-carbon-agenda.html (2016-02-01)
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