IT solutions provider D2NA have announced their move from Lymedale Business Centre in Newcastle-under-Lyme to the Phoenix Works on King Street in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent.  The move was prompted by a suggestion from members of staff on a team away day, who were keen on the idea of a more collaborative and open workspace. That is

Dains Accountants most recent pulse poll demonstrates the fluidity off business thinking during the COVID-19 crisis. Having dealt with the many and varied initial challenges that the crisis has thrown up, business owners are now turning to the burning question of how they can make their business viable for the long term. The pulse poll

Barringtons of Newcastle-under-Lyme has become one of the first accountancies in the UK to publicly commit to making the world an even better place through the ‘Accountants for Good’ programme. The firm has committed to working with clients in a new way as part of a world-wide group of accountants committed to working together to

Two well-known names on the North Staffordshire accountancy scene have been appointed to lead a local chartered accountancy body through what is likely to be a crucial period for the profession. John Capper has been named as the new President for ICAEW across Staffordshire, Shropshire and Wolverhampton. John, of Barlaston, runs his own financial consultancy,

Richard Curtis CBE, Paul Polman, Michael Izza and leaders of more than 100 renowned companies, charities, universities, and trade associations call on the UK Government to ensure the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are at the heart of UK Covid-19 recovery plans The Sustainable Development Goals provide us with a blueprint to end poverty and inequality,

A Stoke-on-Trent charity, who had to suspend the majority of its services when the coronavirus struck, has been busy supporting a local authority to create self-isolation units for homeless people. Not only were all staff members at Emmaus North Staffs recently furloughed, apart from executive lead John Webbe, but also the doors were closed on

1st June was the date for reopening some school classes and nominated non- essential shops with further openings scheduled for 15th June and 4th July. The need to get us back working has been made regarding economic and mental health benefits. However, the ONS estimate that to date (29-5-20) only 133,000 people in England (less

Clearly, the most pressing, current issue for most businesses in the UK now, is the impact of COVID-19; how to deal with lockdown and what will happen in the future.  However, unless there is a radical change in Government policy, Britain will exit the Brexit transition period on January 1, 2021 and trade barriers will

Coronavirus Testing Laboratory

Dunston Business Village and Andersen Caledonia are proud to announce the opening of a new Corona Virus Testing laboratory at the South Staffordshire site. This laboratory is one of the first in Europe to provide an environmental surface test for the coronavirus that is the cause of Covid-19 disease. This test not only indicates the