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You have to go back 15 years to find an acquisition as large as the one BAE Systems announced on Monday.
The company said it was buying the military Global Positioning Systems (GPS) of Collins Aerospace, the US defence contractor, for $1.93bn (£1.5bn).
BAE is also paying a further $275m for a leading airborne tactical radios business from Raytheon.
British businesses say a lack information about the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU is still preventing them from planning for the future.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) found that 55% agreed they “will only be able to make planning and investment decisions with certainty when we understand our future relationship with the EU”.
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Citipost Mail Launches New Website
Hand in hand with its recent brand refresh initiative, Citipost Mail, the UK’s largest privately-owned downstream access provider, is kickstarting its 2020 growth drive with the launch of its new, informative website.
2019 brought a lot of changes to Citipost Mail with a number of new appointments, including that of head of marketing David Bradford, who has spearheaded the restructuring of the marketing function.
Citipost Mail is enjoying significant growth, with the launch of a dedicated global mail arm, and investment in new solutions including the self-serve Digi-Mail platform and an SMS marketing tool. The company, which currently processes more than 16 million items of mail every week, predicts it will see a further 100% growth in vertical markets over the next three years.
David says: “We’ve worked hard to deliver a website that can inform and inspire across our diverse range of services and sectors, and we are delighted with the results. We wanted to develop an accessible website with a great user experiencethat shows not just what we do, but how we do it and the fantastic team of people behind the business.
“As part of our growth strategy we will be diversifying our product portfolio and it is important that we have a dynamic online resource that can act as a portal for our customers. We also want to simplify industry jargon and provide easy access to the information and resources that explain some of the complicated eligibility requirements and criteria of incentives and available discounts to enhance understanding for our customers and are in line with our policy of transparency.
“Next year, we will be taking it one step further with some exciting announcements on collaborations, incentives and services. It’s definitely a case of watch this space in 2020 for Citipost Mail.”
To find out more about Citipost Mail, visit its new website at www.citipostmail.co.uk or call 02032600240
The Landfill Disposals Tax (LDT) Communities Scheme is now open following the latest round of funding from the Welsh Government. The closing date for bids is 13 January 2020.
The scheme, which is managed by the Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA), has already supported more than 44 local community and environmental projects with a total of £1.7 million committed in grant funding since it was launched last year.
One of the projects that is benefitting from the fund is Cardiff University’s Community Gateway project – Grange Pavilion. Working closely with local residents, primary schools and under-graduate architecture students at Cardiff University, the project is transforming a neglected bowls pavilion and green into a new social community hub. The new hub will offer multiple spaces for community use, a community-focused café and garden for wellbeing, play, education, growing and biodiversity.
The LDTCS funding will contribute to enhancing the biodiversity value of the area as part of this larger programme of works.
Celebrating the success of the scheme, Finance Minister, Rebecca Evans said:
Money raised through the Landfill Disposals Tax is supporting such fantastic community driven projects, such as the Grange Pavilion. This project is an excellent example of what the scheme is all about – nurturing a resilient, welcoming and united community while benefitting the environment.
Speaking about the project, WCVA’s Grant Funds Manager, Catherine Miller said:
The Grange Pavilion project is a great example of taking a rundown community space and transforming it into an urban greenspace for the use of all generations of the local community. The community is fully engaged with the development and implementation of the project and the result will be a valued public space with increased biodiversity.
Project Lead for Community Gateway, Mhairi McVicar added:
The redevelopment of the Grange Pavilion is the result of seven years of huge efforts from so many Grangetown community members, and it’s been an absolute privilege to be able to support their vision through a partnership with Cardiff University.
The ongoing community leadership of this facility will be supported by Cardiff University, Cardiff and Vale College, Taff Housing, RSPB Cymru and Cardiff Bay Rotary Club, and we are all absolutely delighted that Welsh Government has been able to support the project through the LDTCS scheme.
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