News - November, 2019

Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
Exeter Chamber is celebrating the success of local businesses, announcing its five winning organisations at Exeter Business Dinner on 1 November.  The top five organisations were chosen for their huge steps forward over the past year, with each making achieving great results in their field and being a stand-out example...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
City centre businesses have voted to continue InExeter, the city’s Business Improvement District (BID), which will result in more than £2.8million being invested over the next five years across the city centre.   The vote saw InExeter attract 255 of the businesses voting in favour and £16,096,600 of rateable value voting...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
We are on a mission to grow our local economy by £25 million. In order to find out the current economic situation of Greater Exeter, the Tribe Team are calling all companies in and around Greater Exeter to find out what percentage of business is staying in our city versus...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
A Question of Racing proved a winning format at Exeter Racecourse on Tuesday with a packed audience entertained by some of horse racing’s leading personalities. The racecourse had teamed up with the charity Love Devon to provide an entertaining hour of questions fielded by the BBC’s David Fitzgerald, after its iconic...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
20% of SW business folk are ‘Tech Ninjas’! Are you? That’s according to a survey being conducted by IT support company, Timewade.  One in five of respondents say they’re ‘Tech Ninjas’. Adept at everything from mastering the intricacies of a conversation with Alexa or Siri in a public place to filling...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
The changing nature of work has been revealed in a study which shows that only a third of employees in and around Exeter are now permanently based in their workplace for their job. The findings are part of the new Future of the Workplace report, carried out by Exeter’s workspace transformation...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
Robert Allen has been promoted to Head of Building Surveying at leading property consultants, Vickery Holman. Robert joined Vickery Holman in 2007 after a distinguished career in object conservation for Historic Royal Palaces and the National Trust. His specialism is historic buildings and he acts as first point of contact...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
Festive shoppers and city centre visitors will be able to watch a professional cast rehearse a Christmas pantomime after Exeter Northcott Theatre took over a prominent space. Rehearsals get under way on Monday (11th) for Beauty and the Beast, which opens on Saturday, 30 November. It is the first ever staging by...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
Jurassic Fibre today announced that construction of its ultrafast fibre-to-the-premises network has begun, following the granting of Code Powers by OFCOM. The first premises will be connected in late November, when the company starts its friendly user trial in the area between Exeter Airport, Clyst St Mary and Sowton Industrial Estate. Jurassic...
Posted on: November, 2019
Section: Member news
In December, Great Western Railway will be launching a new timetable, featuring a range of benefits for our customers in the South West. More trains with additional capacity will run between London Paddington and the South West, improving connections as well as providing a faster average journey time. We will also introduce more...
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