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A BUSINESSMAN is so concerned about the risks everyone runs from cyber crime that he is organising a free event where individuals and firms can learn to protect themselves. Source: Dorset Local
MOREBUS is celebrating after its Poole-based parent company was named the best in the industry. Source: Dorset Local
POOLE’S leisure giant Merlin Entertainments has seen revenue rise despite the continued impact on its London attractions of last year’s terror attacks. Source: Dorset Local
PROPERTY specialist Goadsby celebrated 60 years in business with a lunch event for clients and suppliers. Source: Dorset Local
THE BHS brand name is back on the high street thanks to Beales. Source: Dorset Local
The Dorset Echo is offering businesses free opportunities to improve their skills at marketing online. Source: Dorset Local
AN INVESTMENT expert has pointed to positive signs for the economy outside the EU – but said the markets need a decision on Brexit soon. Source: Dorset Local
SMALL businesses appear to be doing well in Bournemouth and Poole, against the national trend. Source: Dorset Local
THE co-founder of the successful Koh Thai chain aims to open five restaurants in five years after launching a new business with his own money. Source: Dorset Local
LUSH is entering the hairdressing business and is looking to Bournemouth as the site of its first salon. Source: Dorset Local
A TEAM from Dorset visited London’s Technology for Marketing Show to help firms stay in touch with the latest trends in reaching customers. Source: Dorset Local
A CHATBOT built in Bournemouth is being used to book restaurant tables and answer customers’ queries. Source: Dorset Local
A NEW boss has touched down at Bournemouth Airport. Source: Dorset Local
TRAVELODGE intends to open a hotel near the BIC after identifying Bournemouth as one of 10 key locations for investment. Source: Dorset Local
THE boss of Christchurch-based company REIDsteel says a move to a new “state-of-the-art” facility could instantly boost productivity by 100 per cent. Source: Dorset Local
A law firm which closed its Weymouth office during the summer, says it's carrying on business as usual. Source: Dorset Local

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