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Allsorts of Pets is celebrating 20 years of providing Reading’s animal lovers with everything they need for their furry friends. Store owner Dave Warren invited PAUL ROBINS into his Aladdin’s cave.
Limitless career prospects and a culture of openness has helped make Microsoft the best company to work for in Europe.
Four of Reading’s business leaders have been short-listed for the region’s prestigious Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards.
Former professional footballer Chris Campbell says his electronic chalkboard can help coaches find that winning formula. He gave PAUL ROBINS the lowdown on his state-of-the-art tactics system.
Health Minister Lord Darzi visited GreenPark on Friday to mark the start of the construction of Wyeth’s new headquarters.
From their little workshop in Tadley, Frank and Barbara Redmile have spent the last 10 years creating beautiful grandfather clocks. Frank told PAUL ROBINS about the joys of hand-crafting antique timepieces.
Would-be farmers could do worse than head to Reading and ‘milk’ the local university for all it is worth.
On Thursday, May 1, The University of Reading officially opened its new multi-million pound Animal Science and Nutrition Research facilities at the Centre for Dairy Research.
The man responsible for the construction of nearly 1.5 million sq ft of flexible office space at GreenPark is to leave to pursue other opportunities.
Owner of the 180-acre business park PRUPIM has announced that its development director Tim Davis will vacate his post in July.
Supermarket Asda pledged to protect shoppers from inflationary pressures after it revealed a five per cent hike in underlying first quarter sales.
The UK’s second biggest grocer – part of the Wal-Mart group – said the like-for-like sales increase came as it strove to cut prices for consumers. Asda has stores at Honey End Lane, Tilehurst, and Chalftont Way, Lower Earley.
The Reading Evening Post has taken an in-depth look at the record number of overseas companies flocking to the town.