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The redevelopment of Reading station is already injecting new confidence into the town’s economy.
Green Park owner Oxford Properties unveiled its new state-of-the-art conferencing suites by giving businesses a glimpse of the future of working.
Pangbourne butchers shop Green’s proved to be up to scratch for pork products by winning a host of awards.
Old-fashioned good service is the key to fighting the recessionary times, according to family-run print firm Campbell Print.
A business which launched in Reading in the depths of the recession now has nine centres nationwide, employs 40 people and reports increasing sales every year.
In spite of all the troubles of the business and property worlds, IQ Winnersh attracted eight new tenants in 2012.
Prudential is considering a move from its main Reading offices – but plans to stay within the town.
Business Post sponsor Rickerbys has announced a merger with law firm Harrison Clark LLP – and is looking to boost its Thames Valley operation.
Two of the most recognisable voices on BBC Radio Berkshire have teamed up to take their speaking skills into the corporate world.
Key retailers in Reading are confident the town will enjoy a successful Christmas despite the national gloom over high street sales.