Exeter accountant Luke Venner has passed his Certificate of Proficiency in Insolvency, with a mark of 74.5% placing him third of all students who sat the exam in England and Wales. Luke achievement comes barely a year after qualifying as an ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) member.
Carleen Kelemen has been appointed as the new chair of the Institute of Directors (IoD) in Devon and Cornwall.
Legal professionals in Devon are invitation to enter the Law Society Excellence Awards after the achievements of Exeter-based law firm Stephens Scown, who last year were highly commended in the category of Excellence in Marketing & Business Development. Alexandra Boardman of Hartnell Chanot & Partners, also based in Exeter, was highly commended in the category of Legal Executive of the Year.
Newton Abbot Recruitment agency, SES, is bucking the economic downturn, with continued business growth and a 10-year celebration for director Helen Watson.
Speaking at the annual Blackdown Hills Business Association (BHBA) dinner in Dunkeswell on Thursday night (October 6), Lib Dem MEP for the South West Sir Graham Watson took the opportunity to talk about the current state of European funding streams and how the coalition government and Europe are helping to support small business.
For the second year running Mitch Tonks’ Seahorse restaurant in Dartmouth has been voted in the top 100 UK restaurants in the National Restaurant awards.
MP calls for West Devon business community to attend event with minister for business and enterprise
Geoffrey Cox, MP for Torridge & West Devon is soon to host an event for the local business community with the Minister of State for Business and Enterprise, Mark Prisk MP.
A four-minute promotion film is being made available for Torbay businesses to use as a promotional tool.