News for and about local businesses, big and small.
SE1's longest established independent bookshop has moved a few yards further inland to the Tooley Street side of Hay's Galleria.
Last month Divine Chocolate - the fairtrade confectionary company based in Gainsford Street - was named as Social Enterprise of the Year at the UK Social Enterprise Awards 2014.
Local businesses have been urged to sign up to the Waterloo Foodbank Supporters Scheme.
London & Partners and The Trampery have launched a three-week application period for London's Traveltech Lab, an incubator space for innovative start-up businesses in the travel, tourism, hospitality and events sector.
The Better Bankside business improvement district will continue for a third five-year term after businesses voted overwhelmingly in favour.
The Southwark Chamber of Commerce & Industry has marked its 90th anniversary with a gala party at the Hop Exchange in Southwark Street.
New York's Fifth Avenue jeweller Tiffany & Co is to make The Shard its new UK headquarters.
IPC Media, based in the Blue Fin Building behind Tate Modern, is to be rebranded Time Inc. UK.
Police have warned local businesses to be vigilant after a spate of thefts of Apple Mac computers from local ground-floor offices and creative studios.
Bermondsey MP Simon Hughes last month addressed a conference of young journalists from more than two dozen London schools.
Marks & Spencer has closed its main Simply Food store on the concourse of Waterloo Station.
A new business improvement district (BID) for the South Bank will launch in October after businesses between Lambeth Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge voted in favour of the proposal.
The owner of a new halal meat processing plant in South Bermondsey says that the UK's continued membership of the European Union is essential to his firm's survival.
Removal firm Rocketvan has moved from Union Street after more than six years under the railway bridge.
Teams from RBS and estate agents Kalmars won SE1's two Shrove Tuesday pancake races.