Hastings Chamber of Commerce member, Little Gate Farm support adults with learning disabilities
Jonathan Owen, the manager of Hydro Hotel, is interviewed about the success of the hotel.
Laura Manton talks about charity partnerships and how they benefit her business
How to find the perfect photographer, considering all the factors
Our lives have revolved around goal achievement, but how to do we decide on our goals?
Award winning local marketing agency Storm Creative Partnership have rebranded to Storm12
Kate Morton looks at the latest wedding trends
Andy Parsons, MD of Yelo Architects reports on the impact of Virtual Reality on building design
Perhaps one man, Peter Wilkinson, is more to blame than most in the Southern Rail drama.
For Rob Slater, Managing Director of the Clearwater Safety Group, it’s all about common sense in the Health & Safety Sector
Busting the Myths of the Cloud technology and the Office 365 software.
Comedy actor Stephen Mangan is this year’s awards host
Why are we being let down by our transport infrastructure, asks Christina Ewbank
Surrey Chambers of Commerce patron chosen for trans-Atlantic golf showdown
Find out the winners in business excellence of the local community.
Announcing a new business event
Sussex Chairman, Jim May, on the modern cricket revolution
Design Thinking taps into the creative within us all says Oliver de Kretser at FdK Design Consultants
How the Adur & Worthing Business Awards completely changed the outlook of Warnes Projects Limited.
Lancing will welcome a new IKEA store
How JSPC has grown to become on of the leading IT services firm in the South East
The four major sectors which are vital to a successful business
What should you look out for in 2017, as E-Commerce continues to rise?
How is Northbrook building partnerships with the local business community?
The Enterprise Adviser Network has exciting plans for this new year
A positive workplace is vital for high-flying company, Yelo.
By Si Conroy, owner of Scarlet Monday
Caroline Gregory explains to Ian Trevett, that lack of cyber cover can be fatal for a company
ILG was crowned Company of the Year at the Sussex Business Awards. Adrian Alexander, Mazars, interviews their Managing Director.
Theo Paphitis – The Champion of the High Street
The rise of the Home Secretary, since becoming a MP in 2010.
The once Skype-owner, shares the inspirational story of his career.
Mannings Heath Golf Club & Wine Estate, Horsham, is proud to announce the opening of a new Spike bar.
2016 brought several seismic changes on the political landscape, so what will the impact be on our businesses.
The world of business is forfeiting economical benefits by not having enough women in employment, Emma Cleary explains.
The world of business in Sussex was celebrated at the 28th annual business awards by 500 of the most keenly connected people.
Cloud Consultancy highlights the latest relevant information in the technological world.
Since the last article, Coast To Capital have been continuing to develop the existing Enterprise Adviser Network
The service Southern Rail have produced is a shambolic parody, so how exactly have they hung on to their franchise?
Will Trump give Farage the power he craves?
A unique scheme of advising students on how to improve their employability skills.
Coast To Capital welcome three new Enterprise Coordinators to the team.
Keeping staff, premises and company property safe and secure is an essential requirement of any business.
What will Trump’s presidency look like?
An exclusive interview with the university’s Vice-Chancellor, Debra Humphris
A round up of the technological news including Google’s new Data Centre and a Microsoft Outlook update.
The US is still regarded as the leading superpower. However, do the presidential candidates portray that? Find out Maarten’s thoughts…
The Sussex Business Award’s have revealed their finalists! Find out who in this article.
An update on the inspirational project to motivate the youthful generation for the future world of work
If you are a small or medium-sized business in the Coast to Capital area, find out how applying for a government grant could help boost your expansion plans.
Marc Koska OBE is the founder of the revolutionary, non-reusable syringe that is changing the world.
Not only a guide on style, but this fashion column contains expert tips on manners and small talk for your networking skills
It may feel slightly surreal, but taking the time now to book your Christmas party will mean you’ll have a slick, well-organised, festive celebration
Dean Orgill explains how much business people value training in all regards
Where are the new cabinet going to invest after Brexit and what will be the attitude on what’s sometimes called the North/South divide?
Andrew Mosley, General Manager at The Grand, Brighton, explains why Brighton and Hove launched the Hotel Awards and the impact they have already had.
The latest technological advances and headlines
Tickets are now on sale for what is probably the most exciting and fun night in the Brighton business calendar.
Lara Morgan talks about her experience of starting her first business, Pacific Direct Ltd
Living life on the edge is one thing, but how did Luke Aikin take that to new extents?
Due to extreme interest in the event, the deadline has been extended to the 7th September
£30,000 has been awarded to Brighton business starts ups to allow them to build up into bigger companies.
Caroline Brown is questioned on her successful business on it’s 21st anniversary since opening.
Carney is Governor of the Bank of England, an expert economist who seems to always be in control.
The 28th Sussex Business Awards are here, celebrating the excellence of the counties’ business projects.
Sussex Cricket Club hosted a day of inspiring speeches, seminars and a business-pitching competition from some of the county’s most promising new companies.
The excellence of the district’s business is celebrated by people receiving awards for their contribution.
The latest technological news, including features on Windows 10
Brexit has won the referendum, the future brings excitement but uncertainty. Shirley Smith explains the situation…
Samantha Wilding explores the art of elegant fashion and how it has diminished it recent years.
Dean Orgill sums up the art of leadership
The world is changing and we are, thankfully, seeing the rise of the strong female politician.
After the shock of Brexit, the country needed a new prime minister to re-establish the country.
An insight on how to perfect your email marketing campaign and capture the reader’s attention.
The ‘Best of British’ sporting lunch, held at The Grand hotel Brighton, raised over £38,000 for Sussex-based children’s charity, Rockinghorse.
The latest trend gathering pace for meetings is what was referred to in The West Wing as “pedeconferencing”.
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.
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.
Is it good news for employees, but bad news for local business? asks Maxine Reid, Restructuring Partner at Kreston Reeves.
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.
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.
A stunning poster to promote a Brighton Fringe performance caught the eye of Gemini Print Group, the judges of the fringe’s ‘Best Design for Print’ award.
At the recent Gatwick Diamond Economic Growth Forum, delegates discussed how we can make our region more attractive to investors.
This summer marks the 80th anniversary of the very first flight from Gatwick Airport, to Paris.
The world of Information Technology has changed dramatically in the 33 years.
Cuba. A beautiful island in a shining sea inhabited by intelligent, honest and downright good folk.
The IoD recently published a white paper concerning the development of skills
Horley exhibition company, Target in 1, has launched a brand-new business expo, in partnership with Gatwick Diamond Business
Hewitts of Croydon, one of Croydon’s oldest retail stores, celebrated their 150th Anniversary
Kingston Business Excellence Awards 2016 call for entries
Recently the Institute of Directors conducted one of its regular Policy Voice surveys of members
Mike Monk has taken stands at countless exhibitions and is now drawing on his experiences to create a brand-new event – the Brighton Business Expo
With the increased pressures on the NHS, the work of the Rockinghorse Children’s charity is more important than ever
Emma Pearce reviews a long-standing, informal B2B network in Eastbourne
Samantha Wilding of Style & Grace chats to two very different Platinum ladies to hear more about their individual style