Bishop's Stortford IT consultant Andy Hardie has developed an app he believes could reduce queuing times at shops in the fight against coronavirus
The focus is on ensuring businesses have claimed all the Government help available and are ready to reopen when lockdown restrictions ease.
Female lawyers make up 53% of the partners following promotions of Letty Glaister, Eleanor Burroughs and Kay Piper.
Businesses teetering on the brink of bankruptcy because of lockdown thrown a lifeline this week as eagerly awaited grants of £10,000 or £25,000 arrive
Personal trainer Phil Carpenter has diversified during the coronavirus outbreak, creating an online fitness community that has grown to over 2,300.
A Bishop’s Stortford entrepreneur has launched an online directory to support the catering and food industry during the coronavirus crisis
Vix Stamm, owner of The Body Barre, is running virtual exercise classes from her home and asking people to donate to NHS staffs' wishlist fund
Staff from Tees Law, including its Bishop's Stortford head office, are combining their daily exercise during lockdown with fundraising for Mind
Licence applications lodged with East Herts Council for former KFC at Anchor Street and one-time tapas bar in Church Street.
Firms can apply through the local authority for a share of the Government’s £20 billion package of business rates support and grant funding.
Firms will be hoping for a post-coronavirus boost come the autumn so the 20th Bishop's Stortford Means Business should prove very timely
A former Herts and Essex High School student wants to turn her new gift card business which focuses on independent traders into a national success