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Administrators in at video game company

Administrators have been appointed to wind down an award-winning software developer in Brighton, best known for its Buzz! quiz game series for PlayStation platforms, after the business ceased trading with more than 30 job losses.
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Asda to sell loss-making photo division

Supermarket giant Asda has agreed to sell its loss-making photo division to a Surrey-headquartered group in a deal worth up to £6m.
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Metrodome's assets sold to 101 Films

Brighton-based independent movie distributor 101 Films has acquired the assets of film distributor Metrodome out of administration.
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Transmit Start-Ups reaches £10m milestone

Transmit Start-Ups has reached a major milestone after handing out £10m worth of start-up loans to more than 1,200 entrepreneurs across England and Scotland.
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Business

EMC appoints Sussex IoD chairman

The chairman of the Sussex branch of the Institute of Directors (IoD) has joined Hove-based business management and corporate finance firm EMC.
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"Remarkable growth" at snack bar maker

The business behind the Nākd and Trek brands of healthy snack bars has hailed its "remarkable growth" as revenues soared by more than £10m in its latest financial year, Insider can reveal.
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Rank Group boss hails solid results

The chief executive of Rank Group has hailed a "solid set of results" with revenue and profit growth days after the gambling company dropped a joint bid to buy bookmaker William Hill.
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PwC set for large recruitment drive

PwC’s UK Risk Assurance practice is on course to recruit more than 1,000 technology specialists over the next four years to work across all industry sectors.
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Property

Dreamland restoration moves forward

A local contractor has been appointed to work on the next phase of the regeneration of Margate amusement park Dreamland.
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Plans in to redevelop commercial site

Plans to redevelop a Hove site currently occupied by a suite of "outdated" commercial buildings have been lodged with Brighton & Hove City Council.
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Persimmon buoyed by "robust" demand despite Brexit

Persimmon, Britain's biggest housebuilder by volume, has reported that customer interest since the EU referendum has been "robust" despite the increased economic uncertainty caused by the Brexit vote as it revealed that half-year profits have risen by a third.
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Trevor Hall - Cube Interior Solutions

The managing director of Surrey-based interior fit-out contractor Cube Interior Solutions speaks to Insider about the challenges of building and maintaining a reputation in a niche marketplace.
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Talking Point: Why are manufacturers shunning external finance?

George Nikolaidis, a senior economist at EEF, discusses why manufacturers are continuing to shun external finance and what needs to be done to fix the "far from ideal" situation.
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Gap-toothed?

The government's latest draft legislation to tackle gender pay inequality is arguably not fit for purpose in so far as it contains many more gaps than it is intended to fill, says Nick Hurley of Charles Russell Speechlys LLP.
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South East Gaming Technology Round Table

This discussion centred on four principal areas or the gaming industry: office space for start-ups; funding for development; collaboration between developers and other companies; and broadband connectivity.
 
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