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Posted on: June, 2019
We are pleased to invite you to our July Event: A Charity Garden Party in aid of The Exeter Chiefs Foundation & The Exeter City Community Trust. Enjoy a glass of fizz on arrival, catch up with old contacts, build new business relationships and have a boogie in a relaxed and...
Posted on: June, 2019
Princesshay is bringing Wimbledon to Exeter with live outdoor screenings of matches on the giant screen.  The screen will be in Princesshay Square for the duration of the legendary two-week tournament (Monday 1st July – Sunday 14th July 2019). Princesshay is also providing deckchairs, bean bags and a temporary lawn for...
Posted on: June, 2019
The Space Awards celebrating amazing workspaces in and around Exeter have launched. The awards celebrate and showcase the most innovative employee initiatives and champion the best and ‘coolest’ places to work in and around Exeter. Last year’s inaugural awards saw over 200 business people pack into the RAMM for the ceremony, to...
Posted on: June, 2019
It was a cracking Devon County Show this year with over 90,000 people visiting the Devon County Showground on 16-18th May.  The sun shone, the tills rang and the animals put their best foot forward.  On behalf of the Devon County Show Team we would like to send a massive...
Posted on: March, 2017
Name Katy Sandel >> https://www.kitsons-solicitors.co.uk/person/katy-sandel Company Kitsons Solicitors Position Associate Location Exeter Office >> https://www.kitsons-solicitors.co.uk/contact     What makes Exeter and the sub-region special / interesting to you personally? Exeter is a wonderful diverse and historic city which perfectly combines the old and new and is only a short drive away from the coast or country.  What more could you ask...
Posted on: June, 2016
Name: Jemma Newsome (jemma.newsome@wspgroup.com) Job Title: Environmental Due Diligence Consultant Organisation: WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff No of employees: 34,000 worldwide (130 Exeter based)     What makes Exeter and the sub-region special / interesting to you personally? For me it is the vast array of beautiful landscapes; from rugged Dartmoor to the spectacular coastline, there is something...
Posted on: May, 2016
Read the latest 'Why Exeter?' blog post below from Laura McFadyen, Employment & HR Lawyer at Stephens Scown.     Name: Laura McFadyen Job Title: Employment & HR Lawyer Organisation: Stephens Scown LLP No of employees: Just under 300   What makes Exeter and the sub-region special / interesting to you personally? I grew up and went to school in Exeter...
Posted on: May, 2016
Read the latest 'Why Exeter?' blog post below from Harry Langley, Finance Director of swcomms.   Name: Harry Langley Job Title: Financial Director Organisation: swcomms No of employees: 140   What makes Exeter and the sub-region special / interesting to you personally? Essentially the region has a rural basis to its economy but has moved and continues to move in...
Posted on: April, 2016
This is the first in a series of blogs from leading business people in Exeter, talking about their careers, their aspirations and why they choose to live and work in Exeter and the sub-region. Read the first 'Why Exeter?' blog from Karime Hassan of Chief Executive of Exeter City Council.      Name: Karime Hassan Job Title: Chief Executive Organisation: Exeter...