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It’s ‘all grow’ in 2014 for Exeter Businesses!
Businesses across the South West are already reaping awards in their sectors and enjoying significant business growth in 2014.

Universities in Cornwall contribute more than £490 million to the Cornish economy
A study by independent economic analysts, Oxford Economics, confirms that the University of Exeter (UoE) and Falmouth University (Falmouth), who share and jointly manage the Penryn Campus, have contributed £491 million to the economy of Cornwall.

Council could close half of Devon’s libraries
More than half of Devon’s libraries could close under proposals being considered by the county council.

CIPD – Low pay ‘blackspots’ revealed in TUC living wage research
Bristol’s workers suffer as further research from PwC shows fall in top level pay.

£4 million for agricultural innovation
Businesses and spin-outs from universities across the UK have received a share of £4 million of funding from government and industry.

Sunday Times award winner Kainos expands UK footprint and creates jobs in the South-West
Digital Solutions leader Kainos today announced a significant expansion of its operations in the UK.

Cities Minister speaks at Solent Skills Summit
Greg Clark MP, Minister for Cities, provided the keynote address today at the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP) Solent Skills Summit.

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