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Property consultancies merge on the South coast to create regional powerhouse

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L-R: Carl Walker (Hughes Ellard Director), Gary Jeffries (Hughes Ellard Managing Director), Russell Mogridge (Hughes Ellard Director), Mike Greenwood (Vail Williams' Regional Managing Partner for the Solent), Matthew Samuel-Camps (Vail Williams' Managing Partner), Nik Cox (Hughes Ellard Director).

Property specialist Vail Williams has merged with Hughes Ellard in a move that sees the two successful companies combine their strengths to become one of the largest and most capable property advisers in the region.

Both businesses have strong full-service offerings that complement each other, with Hughes Ellard bringing greater expertise in the Solent transactional market and Vail Williams bringing greater strength in consultancy.

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Lakeside North Harbour supports Astute Technical's growth

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Karen Tyrell, Client & Communications Manager from Lakeside North Harbour, with Terry Buckel, Managing Director of Astute Technical Recruitment, outside the company's new office which has enjoyed a customised fit out

Lakeside North Harbour has supported a bespoke office fit out for Astute Technical Recruitment, ahead of the company's expansion on the prestigious business campus. Astute, which has occupied space at Lakeside North Harbour for ten years, initiated the move earlier this year following its successful growth and need for more extensive office space.

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EBP South Raises the Profile of STEM Careers for Portsmouth Students

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EBP newlogo V2The Big Bang @ Solent, a large an interactive STEM careers fair organised by EBP South, took place Thursday 26th April at Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, and all Portsmouth Schools were invited.

Over 700 11– to 16-year-olds from across the South were inspired by 60 businesses to consider a career in STEM industries. It is one of the biggest STEM fairs on the South Coast.

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Mark McCall: Director of Beat The Seat

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Shaping Director Stef Nienaltowski recently met up with Mark McCall, having been introduced towards the end of last year. His new venture is called Beat The Seat and is a very interesting and exciting service that business can use to assist their employees to keep healthy at work.

Beat the Seat is designed to help businesses with the issues caused by being sedentary for long periods at work, and how to counteract them.

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