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Showing news for April 2012.

Basepoint Romsey helps redundant employee find new job

When Basepoint Romsey heard that its licensee, Indiba Care, sadly had to close its UK operation and that former employee, Sarah Shaw, was looking for alternative work, they quickly stepped in to see how they could help. Sarah Shaw worked for Indiba Care (UK) Ltd as an office manager / PA from May 2008 to February 2012, when they closed their UK operation in Romsey. As a result of Basepoint’s efforts, Sarah has now been employed by Vodex, a company specialising in bespoke dust-fume extraction and production equipment solutions who moved into Basepoint Romsey in 2011.

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Basepoint Evesham appoints new centre manager

Basepoint is pleased to announce that Ian Fenney has recently been appointed as manager of its Evesham business centre. Ian joins Basepoint from UCAS (University and Colleges Admission Service), where he spent 10 years in the events team organising various events such as large scale conferences for students.

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Networking Hub Launch is a Success in Gosport

The Basepoint operated Gosport Business Centre held its first Networking Hub event on Thursday 18th April 2012 and it was a resounding success. With a good mix of licencees and visitors, 32 delegates listed intently to Siobhan Flynn, the Principal Economic Prosperity Officer at Gosport Borough Council.

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Basepoint Bournemouth shows its support to The Wessex Autistic Society

Basepoint Bournemouth is delighted to announce that The Wessex Autistic Society (TWAS) has been selected as the centre’s chosen charity for the next financial year. Basepoint Business Centres, who specialise in the development and operation of flexible business, innovation and enterprise centres, is owned by The ACT Foundation, a leading UK grant-making charity, dedicated to improving the quality of life of those in need. As such, each centre is dedicated to fundraising for a selected charity and The ACT Foundation match funds any money raised by the chosen charity, up to the value of £10,000 per centre.

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