News - October, 2020

Posted on: October, 2020
Exeter Works will offer one stop shop for employment information A new project aiming to keep Exeter’s employee economy moving and to minimise unemployment launches today. Exeter Works, a joint collaboration between Exeter Chamber of Commerce and Exeter City Council, will launch with a website signposting useful resources for individuals...
Posted on: October, 2020
Section: Member news
Please find below a link to register attendance for the Bank of England Agency for the South West's quarterly Monetary Policy Report Briefing: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7896336679228043535 The briefing will take place on Wednesday 11th November 2020 from 10am -11am and will cover the Bank’s latest report.  As last time, this will be an online meeting. The...
Posted on: October, 2020
Section: Member news
A new tenant has found for an office near Exeter Airport following only one viewing. The offices, at 6 Silverdown Office Park, were unexpectedly vacated by the previous tenant in July, and the new tenant, Vetco Solutions, viewed as soon as the offices came to the market. Vetco provide recruitment services...
Posted on: October, 2020
Exeter Homes Trust celebrated the completion of remodelling work at Atwill Palmer Almshouses, in Exeter’s New North Road. Due to the pandemic, the celebration was low key, with just a few people in attendance to mark the occasion and Lord Mayor, Cllr Peter Holland, performing the official unveiling. Exeter Homes Trust...
Posted on: October, 2020
Section: Member news
Peplows Chartered Accountants are delighted to have been awarded Employer of the Month by Exeter College.  Each month, the Exeter College Apprenticeship Team select an Apprentice Employer who has gone above and beyond in supporting and developing their Apprentices. Jess Moir, Training and Recruitment Advisor at Exeter College, who nominated the...
Posted on: October, 2020
Section: Member news
Taking place on Thursday 22 October at 11am this show is a sneak peek preview into Exeter Works - a project focusing on keeping our employee economy moving and minimising (as much as possible) unemployment in the Greater Exeter area.  We will speak to the people behind this project, find out...
Posted on: October, 2020
Section: Member news
Pilgrim Antiques has been in the same ownership and a prominent fixture on Honiton High Street for over 40 years. This characterful property with a generous sales area on the ground floor, parking and ancillary/ potential maisonette above appealed to both owner occupiers and investors both local and from further...
Posted on: October, 2020
A topping-out ceremony at the Ada Lovelace Building on Exeter Science Park has marked another significant milestone in the development of the South West’s leading centre for science, technology, engineering maths and medical (STEMM) businesses. Due for completion in February 2021, the building will bring 150 jobs to the region when...
Posted on: October, 2020
  This week’s Directors Take from Laura McFadyen, Chamber board director and partner at Stephens Scown Solicitors:     How does Exeter become electric vehicle ready?  This week, it is reported that one in 10 new cars sold across Europe this year will be electric or plug-in hybrid. This is triple last year’s sales levels...
Posted on: October, 2020
swcomms has completed their move to a hybrid working model by consolidating office space and rolling out remote IT and communications solutions. The vast majority of staff worked from home during the initial lockdown via virtual private network access to servers hosted in swcomms’ data centre while using cloud apps for...