The Potters’ Club – re-opening on Friday 31 July After over 100 days of lockdown, we are delighted to announce that the Potters’ Club will be re-opening for members and their guests, on Friday 31 July. Renowned in the region for fine dining and a unique ambiance, the Potter’s Club, set on the third floor

Free Cloud Readiness Assessment

As the world responds to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, in the IT world one thing has been made very clear – the rise in awareness and uptake of cloud services. Upon commencement of ‘lockdown’ in the UK, we received 22x our daily average support desk calls in order to rapidly respond and get our clients

Managing the e-waste crisis

Electronic and electrical waste is fast becoming a global crisis. Worldwide, over 50 million tonnes of e-waste are produced each year. Here, Jonathan Wilkins, director at industrial parts supplier EU Automation, explores whether a proactive obsolescence strategy could be the key to reducing e-waste. Shorter product lifecycles, technological innovation and regulatory updates are just some

Stone’s position as a trusted supplier to the FE sector recognised as it is awarded to ICT framework as supplier   Stone Group, a provider of digital transformation solutions and IT asset disposal partner based in Stafford, has announced that it has been awarded a place on the ICT Hardware and Peripherals Equipment framework, operated

Care training specialist Acacia Training has been playing a key role in the drive to increase staffing capacity in care homes as part of the response to COVID-19.   The Trentham-based company has delivered £100,000 of intensive training funded by Skills for Care, as part of the government’s response to the pandemic in care homes.

Children in Stoke-on-Trent are on track to benefit from free food over the summer holidays, thanks to a donation by JCB. The Hubb Foundation has received £15,000 from the Staffordshire manufacturer, to ensure it can continue to provide a lifeline for young people and their families across the city. Founded last year by Staffordshire businesswoman

Third generation acoustic consultancy, KP Acoustics has delivered projects around the world, such as designing the acoustics of a shooting range and a Media School in Qatar, telemetrically monitoring vibration in Singapore, and providing acoustic consultancy for Sberbank in Moscow. To communicate its success, the organisation has appointed specialist STEM and technical PR agency, Stone

Security experts believe hi-tech door entry devices which also take your temperature could be crucial if workers and school pupils are to return with confidence following lockdown. The Security Services Group, based in Stoke and Shrewsbury, are advising customers to install Temperature Monitoring Access Control (TMAC) solutions brought to the market for the first time

Cyclist Jess Varnish has lost her employment tribunal appeal against British Cycling. Ms. Varnish has spent years in a legal battle over her claim she should be considered an employee of British Cycling or UK Sport and therefore should be subject to certain protections under law – including sick pay, a pension and the right