The IORMA Consumer Commerce Centre is a neutral resource for Businesses and Governments that recognise their need to understand and respond to the ways in which the 7.8 billion global consumers are changing – in the products and services they want and need, and the ways they want to obtain them. These changes are happening globally, driven by developments in society, in business and in technology.
The changes are important not only for all those dealing direct with consumers, but for Businesses at all places in supply networks and for Governments and Academia in preparing for the future associated societal and economic impacts of these changes.
Wolverhampton Black Business Network CIC, was launched in 2011 and incorporated in 2013 as a Community Interest Company by the black business entrepreneurs in the City with the support of the City Council to be the voice of Minority Black owned businesses in the City.
The business vision is to foster and to maintain economic growth and development of the Black businesses in Wolverhampton and to create an environment in which businesses can flourish and contribute to overall economic activities of the City and the region.
At OnTheGo, you can be sure of a friendly and highly professional service. The team’s qualifications include AAT, ATT, ACCA and ACA, so you know you’re in good hands.
With plenty of experience in practice, they assist all type and sizes of small businesses with their accountancy and tax requirements from Sole traders to Limited companies.
KDI is a UK based application and development software company.
Our partner has the following set of skills and knowledge:
Java SQL Java Enterprise Edition Spring Hibernate Tomcat Subversion Software Development Unix Agile Methodologies Maven CSS XML Eclipse Web Services JDBC Ant UML SOA Test Driven Development
One of DMU Local’s roles is to organise volunteering for students in the communities of Leicester – it is part of the university’s commitment to the public good.
Student volunteers worked on a range of different projects across the vast majority in the communities of Leicester, contributing 20,465 hours of help in 2019.
The work provides important value across communities, whether it is helping children in schools or with their homework, working with the city’s refugees, assisting at pop-up cafes for the elderly or helping out at food banks in the city.
Leicester Castle Business School (LCBS) exists to meet the needs of 21st Century business. The school offers high calibre students and researchers from around the world the skills they need to succeed in the modern world of business and enterprise, and to meet their aspirations.
Part of De Montfort University Leicester (DMU), LCBS goes beyond business as usual, offering a learning environment where students are encouraged to challenge convention, and given the opportunities and tools to think, create and inspire.