Surrey County Council is based at County Hall in Kingston, which actually lies outside the county boundary. The authority was created in 1889, and has been Conservative-dominated since 1973 – save for falling under ‘no overall control’ at the 1993 local elections. The council is responsible for roads, waste disposal, education and libraries.
Partnered by NatWest, ArcomIT, Barlow Robbins Solicitors, Something Big and Hamlyns Chartered Accountants, Woking Works aims to attract, support, increase and retain business in Woking, encouraging the formation of a community that strives to work together for the good of the town’s economy. Woking Works wants to encourage and inspire new business start-ups, increase inbound enquiries from successful out of borough businesses looking to the borough and promote Woking as an economic growth hub for key industries including the retail sector, oil & gas and digital and technological services. Woking Works will make Woking famous as a place where businesses begin, and help organisations to grow and thrive, through further investment and development of outlying areas.
Surrey Chambers of Commerce is the county’s largest independent not for profit business support and networking organisation. Representing the interests of 1500 businesses (55,000 employees). All of their services and products are directed by the business community for the business community. The Surrey Chambers of Commerce connect over 5,000 business people every year, providing a range of high quality services to help Surrey businesses grow, increase their contacts and obtain the right kind of support for professional services.
ProjectFive are an IT Support company based in Camberley looking after local businesses of all sizes across Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire. They are one of the friendliest and easiest-to-understand IT companies you will ever meet – priding themselves on the quality of their people and the relationships we have with their clients. As the company says, “Yes, we make IT work – but it’s about so much more than that.”
Nero Blanco was formed by highly skilled and experienced independent contractors, when they saw an opportunity to change the way large technology migration and consolidation programmes are delivered. Nero Blanco want to help organisations with mixed IT environments to make a seamless transition to the latest technology.
Published every Thursday, the Surrey Mirror has been serving its community for over 130 years, establishing itself as a trusted brand at the heart of all things local. Part of Local World, their vision is to transform regional publishing by providing first class local content across both print and digital platforms.
Capricorn Media began as a limited company in 2004 delivering media training of all kinds to the sports and corporate business market. In the ten years they have been trading, Capricorn has worked with high profile footballers like Gareth Bale and Theo Walcott, former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier, Formula 1 driver Nelson Piquet Junior, British tennis star Kyle Edmund and, currently, the Rugby Football League and British Swimming. In business, Capricorn’s clients include people in financial planning, property, banking and estate planning.
Noise PR is one of Essex’s leading public relations organisations. Set up by an award-winning former journalist, Noise PR increase its clients’ presence within the media and they currently work with a range of businesses, celebrities, charities and schools. They also manage Twitter and Facebook accounts on behalf of organisations and offer a range of other first class services including copywriting and photography.
Originally founded in 1999 and based in the heart of Essex, Designsixtyfour is now established as a reputable studio for print and web design primarily working with clients from the entertainment industry. In recent times those names have included Sony Music, The O2, Virgin, Warner Music, Universal Music, EMI, Karen Hardy Studios and West Ham United.
Tandridge District Council is committed to working in partnership with our community and other agencies to provide efficient services and enhance the quality of life of all the people of the area. Tandridge District Council was formed in 1974 and is committed to providing the best possible local services for the population it serves.