Oldham Business Edge Spring 2019 edition out now
Reporter: Robbie Macdonald
Date published: 28 March 2019
New edition of Oldham Business Edge
The Spring 2019 edition of Oldham Business Edge magazine is out now, available for free in print and digital formats.
The quarterly business magazine is published by Credible Media, owner of the Oldham Chronicle and Revolution 96.2.
The latest edition’s front cover shows young business owners Eric Bishyika and Daniel Arundel with Dave Benstead, chairman of Oldham Enterprise Trust. The trio were photographed at a recent event celebrating the achievements of young businesses and enterprise projects supported by the Oldham Enterprise Trust, which is backed by the Stoller Charitable Trust.
Philanthropist Sir Norman Stoller, the former head of the Seton healthcare business, was at the celebration too and you can read all the details in the magazine’s in-depth Oldham Enterprise Trust feature.
Elsewhere, the magazine has a special report about Manchester Fencing Centre, based in a former textiles mill, where a remarkable new generation of sports champions are being coached.
Other features include an in-depth look at commercial estate agency Breakey & Nuttall’s range of property management services with the landlord and tenants at Woodend Mills in Lees.
Other features include some latest case studies of Oldham College’s apprenticeship services for employers and an important update on GDPR legal developments from Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers.
You can also read about Cornerstone Design & Marketing’s latest work for Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s Plastic Free GM publicity campaign and Oldham Community Leisure’s workplace health packages and forthcoming events including the Milltown Races series of runs and triathlons.
The magazine also carries the latest news on alternative business finance, a new production line at manufacturer Hill’s Panel Products, the 2019 Oldham Business Awards and the Professional Oldham networking group.
Print copies of Oldham Business Edge can be picked-up free at locations including Hollinwood Business Centre, Oldham Training Centre, Chambers Business Centre, Oldham College, University Campus Oldham, Pearson Solicitors & Financial Advisers in Oldham and Hollinwood, Breakey & Nuttall, Oldham Library, Chadderton Wellbeing Centre, Oldham Chronicle/Revolution 96.2 and Cornerstone Design & Marketing.
The digital version can be seen online at the Chronicle’s business section.
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