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  • APC Technology to make £200k acquisition 28th Jul, 2014
    Rochester-based APC Technology Group has agreed to acquire a 10 per cent interest in online energy procurement platform Open Energy Market (OEM) for £200,000 in cash. 
  • Consumer health drives revenue up at RB 28th Jul, 2014
    Slough-headquartered Reckitt Benckiser (RB) has reported a 3 per cent growth in revenue in the first half of its financial year, driven by "excellent" consumer health performance.
  • Call for nominations to Made in the South East Awards 2014 25th Jul, 2014
    Nominations for this year’s Made in the South East Awards are closing on 15 August 2014, so entries should be submitted as soon as possible.
  • Deadline extended for proposed TUI Travel merger 25th Jul, 2014
    The deadline for a proposed merger between Crawley-based TUI Travel and its German parent has been extended until 19 September 2014.
  • Tritax REIT raises £150m for further investment 25th Jul, 2014
    Tritax Big Box REIT has successfully raised £150m through a new placing of shares. The West Sussex-based company said the placing was oversubscribed and it would use the...
  • Vero bought by Swedish tech firm 25th Jul, 2014
    A software company with a presence in Berkshire has been snapped up by Swedish technology firm Hexagon for an undisclosed sum.
  • Weak performance hits turnover at Spectris 25th Jul, 2014
    Weaker performance in the second quarter has hit revenue at Surrey-headquartered Spectris during the first half of its financial year.
  • Plans revealed for 359 homes in Kent and Sussex 25th Jul, 2014
    AmicusHorizon has unveiled plans to build 359 new affordable homes in Kent and Sussex after securing millions of pounds in funding.
  • Amey JV wins £2.8bn MoD contracts 25th Jul, 2014
    Public services provider Amey has signed three contracts with an operating arm of the Ministry of Defence potentially worth up to £2.8bn. 
  • New chief executive to lead Trimline 25th Jul, 2014
    Marine interior refurbishment company Trimline has appointed a new chief executive officer.
  • Kelsey Publishing buys Future's title portfolio 25th Jul, 2014
    Digital media group Future has agreed to sell a number of its titles to Kent-based Kelsey Publishing in a deal that could be worth almost £3m.
  • Siemens starts Thameslink production 25th Jul, 2014
    Production of components for a new fleet of more than 1,100 Thameslink trains has started at Siemens' factory in Hebburn.
  • Group revenue falls at Vodafone 25th Jul, 2014
    Both group revenue and group service revenue faced a decline at Newbury-headquartered telecoms giant Vodafone during the first quarter of the year, dragged down by weaker performance...
  • Half year revenue soars at Heathrow 25th Jul, 2014
    Revenue at Heathrow soared by more than 7 per cent at the first half of the airport's financial year, driven by growth in passenger numbers and an increase in retail income per...
  • Business growth fuels Thames Valley relocations – LSH 24th Jul, 2014
    Continued economic growth and business expansion are fuelling an increasing number of relocations across the Thames Valley, according to a report.
  • More support for Kent exporters 24th Jul, 2014
    Businesses in Kent are set to receive extra support to help them exploit global opportunities, with the appointment of two new UK Trade & Investment advisers.
  • Arqiva secures £190m from the European Investment Bank 24th Jul, 2014
    Crawley-headquartered Arqiva has secured £190m from the European Investment Bank to help it roll out WiFi and smart metering across the north of England and Scotland.
  • Costain fined £615k after Newbury death 24th Jul, 2014
    Maidenhead-headquartered engineering specialist Costain has been ordered to pay more than £615,000 in fines and costs after a worker was killed at a development in Newbury.
  • Sales rise at Kent port owner 24th Jul, 2014
    Rising demand and an increase in the average rate charged per shipping container has helped to push turnover higher at Hutchison Ports, which owns London Thamesport in Kent...
  • 1,200 jobs go as Unipart Automotive goes bust 24th Jul, 2014
    About 150 staff have been made redundant across the South East at vehicle parts distributor Unipart Automotive, which operated from a head office in Bicester. The company employed...

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