The Basepoint Centre in Bromsgrove was recently delighted to present a cheque for £4,553.69 to head teacher Richard Aust OBE of Chadsgrove School in Catshill as part of the matched funding arrangement that all Basepoint centres operate with their charity partners.
Showing news for July 2009.
If you were asked to submit a tender for upgrading 900 wells in Northern Ireland, where would you start? Could you find help to do that? A company in exactly this situation has asked Exeter businesswoman Wendy Wills to help. Why? Because Wendy runs ways2win, a specialist company focused on helping businesses to write and submit successful tenders.
Eight Young Enterprise companies from Herefordshire and Worcestershire presented a case for their businesses that would have even impressed the UK’s reputed “most belligerent and hard to please boss” Sir Alan Sugar. Students representing schools from Bromsgrove, Ledbury, Kidderminster, Malvern and Worcester proved that entrepreneurial spirit is alive and kicking in our region as they competed recently at Bromsgrove School for a place in the next leg of the Young Enterprise competition.
The ACT Foundation’s principle subsidiary Basepoint, a leading provider of flexible workspace, is providing a package of special offers on a space available basis to charities, social enterprises and new start up businesses. This initiative is part of its ongoing programme of advancing community development in the areas in which it has a presence.
Home Care provider Caremark, who opened their doors in Luton earlier this year, are finding there is a growing demand for their services. Caremark provides a wide range of care services to adults and children in their own homes, as well as providing trained, qualified staff to residential settings.