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Notts sauce maker stirs up £4m expansion

An £18m-turnover sauce manufacturer in Nottinghamshire has secured a £4m funding package from Santander to scale up production and hire additional staff. Jigsaw Foods, which was formed following a management buyout at DF Manufacturing in 2008, is also planning to expand in the US to supply customers across North America and Canada. READ MORE...
 

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Loomis agrees £18m deal to buy Cardtronics division

Cash management giant Loomis, whose UK headquarters are in Nottingham, has agreed to acquire the retail portion of Cardtronics' UK cash-in-transit operation in an £18m deal. READ MORE...

Greene King offers to sell 16 pubs to quash competition concerns

Greene King has offered to sell 16 of its pubs in order to address competition concerns regarding its proposed takeover of Spirit. READ MORE...

Timico makes second acquisition in a week

Nottinghamshire business internet provider Timico Technology Group has struck its second deal in a week after buying the assets of a company in Buckinghamshire. READ MORE...

Funding drives expansion at Loughborough golf club

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LDC vows to invest £1.2bn in mid-sized companies

Private equity firm LDC has vowed to increase its investment into mid-sized companies across the UK. READ MORE...

Bank backing spurs expansion at Green Bros

A Nottinghamshire construction supplier is poised to expand its presence in the county after securing a six-figure facility from Yorkshire Bank. READ MORE...

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Rolls-Royce to supply engines for British Army's armoured vehicles

Derby engineering giant Rolls-Royce has won an €80m (£56.6m) order to supply engines for use in the British Army's new Scout SV armoured fighting vehicle. READ MORE...

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Accor sells seven hotels

International hotel operator Accor has agreed a sale and leaseback for seven hotels, inlcuding one in Leicester, as part of a €32.6m (£23m) deal. READ MORE...

Nottingham barber buys second site

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