Basepoint Bromsgrove is working with local company ‘2nd Skin Lingerie Ltd’ in its campaign to raise funds to build a new breast cancer unit in Worcestershire.
Showing news for 2009.
The key handover ceremony officially launched the Canterbury Innovation Centre opened for business status. The ceremony was attended by representatives from all Partners involved in the development, funding and management of the centre including Cllr John Gilbey, Chair of East Kent Spatial Development Company and Leader of Canterbury City Council, Pam Alexander, Chief Executive of SEEDA, Professor Julia Goodfellow and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Kent.
Licensees were invited to come to work in their pyjamas where tea and cake was provided raising a total of £93.79. A big thank you to all who participated.
Basepoint Waterlooville’s chosen charity The Elizabeth Foundation held their annual Beethoven Ball in November,
More than 50 businesses have registered with the ICE (Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise) network following its launch at the Canterbury Innovation Centre. ICE is a new and ambitious innovation project that aims to connect local, regional, national and international businesses to the University of Kent and each other. It was launched by Professor Julia Goodfellow, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Kent, at an event attended by business leaders, advisers, innovators, entrepreneurs, service providers and representatives from the University's research, business and strategic networks. The guest speaker for the evening was Charles Leadbeater, a strategic adviser to corporations and governments, and 'one of the top management thinkers in the world' (Accenture).