Amanda Menahem details her recent experiences with some of innovative and fantastic dining experiences around Brighton and Hove.
Here are Amanda Menahem’s top picks for taking business clients for lunch.
The 2020 Olympics’ host city is full of fascinating culture and meeting venues with mesmerising views.
Exhibition company, Target in 1, has launched a brand-new business expo, in partnership with Gatwick Diamond Business. Director Natasha Money tells PBM about the new venture.
The Sussex Business Awards launches in July and is set to celebrate yet another exciting year of regional business success.
Fifteen business teams from Sussex competed in the fourth annual ‘Great Sussex Bath Race’ at a private lake near Chichester in June.
Our regular style columnist, Samantha Wilding, raises the hot question of what to wear when the temperature rises.
Co-Founder of the first Sport and Fitness Show, Lisa Clayton, explains why Brighton and Hove needs a flagship, inclusive sporting event.
Worthing and Adur Chamber of Commerce moved into a new purpose-built office at The Sphere. There are office desks available to rent in the thriving business hub.
The rapidly expanding Recruitment Agency, Pier Recruitment, is opening a new branch in Crawley.
Stuart Sutherland from Direct Marketing specialists Nova Direct, explains how they build mail and email databases and how they avoid irresponsible mailing.
The regions of the UK have performed very differently from each other and the type of work we do is changing.
Is it good news for employees, but bad news for local business? asks Maxine Reid, Restructuring Partner at Kreston Reeves.
Chris Coopey, ex-engineer and Partner at Sussex-based chartered accountants, Carpenter Box, announces the launch of a new business forum on 12th July.
A range of businesses across Manor Royal packed Crawley’s Crowne Plaza Hotel conference centre in May for the business district’s networking event of the year.
Global Travel Management Managing Director Scott Pawley gives the inside perspective on business travel in the face of increased globalisation.
Chestnut Tree House, the children’s hospice service for Sussex, has launched a new campaign that aims to increase the number of children it cares for.
The Gatwick Diamond ‘Young Start-up Talent’ (YST) winner was revealed at Lingfield Park Marriott Hotel.
Twenty-five companies from across the District have been named as finalists each hoping to win one or more of the eleven trophies up for grabs.
As the first Muslim leader of a Western capital, the world is watching how the London Mayor will fare.