The British Free Range Egg Producers Association have produced a comprehensive egg nutrition leaflet explaining the many valuable nutrients that can be found in just one free range egg.
The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) today announced the launch of a new self-study ‘Diploma’, aimed at helping financial advisers explain the benefits of the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) to clients.
A Preston charity is hoping a new law introduced in Jersey will make its way over to the mainland.
As a result of its recent annual meeting, the British Medical Association will divest its fossil fuel investments. The vote makes the BMA the first health organization in the world to make such a decision. Divesting from fossil fuels not only makes sense, but it’s in vogue. Students are advocating for it, colleges are doing it, and now doctors are joining the party.
The latest Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) Small Business Index shows a growing skills shortage in the workplace. Now identified as a significant barrier to growth for small firms, almost one third (29.9%) of those surveyed report skills shortages as hampering growth, with construction and computer services particularly hard hit.
United Kingdom: Shane Mellor, managing director of Norwich-based Mellor Metals in the east of England, has been elected the new president of the British Metals Recycling Association (BMRA). He takes over from former Sims Metal Management executive Graham Davy.
The International Forecourt Standards Forum (IFSF) has appointed award winning association management company, CJ Association Management (CJAM), to provide a full suite of membership, management and administration services, becoming the latest international association to choose CJAM.
Organisers of the Bath Christmas Market are inviting local charities to apply to run the charity market stall for a day in the run-up to Christmas.
Manchester-based Life Foundation Trust is under investigation over agreements to occupy vacant commercial premises, the commission said.
Tesco has launched its search for charities that will benefit from the £1.8m a year it expects to raise from carrier bag levies in Wales and Scotland.