News for and about local businesses, big and small.
Local bicycle shop 'On Your Bike' is celebrating its 30th anniversary this autumn.
Representatives of local firms joined Simon Hughes MP and Liberal Democrat councillors last month for a round-table discussion about jobs and business in Southwark.
Copyprints, for over fifty years on the site of the Tabard Inn near London Bridge, has moved to the southern end of historic Borough High Street.
An electrical firm which has its London offices in Copperfield Street has donated a boiler to the Vauxhall Foodbank.
The Specialist Eco Cleaners has opened in Tower Bridge Road claiming to be the only 'eco dry cleaners' in the area and 'the best in the country'.
A consultation on a future use for London Bridge Station's arches has been launched by Team London Bridge with an on site photographic exhibition.
Dozens of local employers this week attended a breakfast event on the South Bank to learn how they could take on apprentices in partnership with Lambeth College.
Selco Builders Warehouse has opened its 17th branch in London in Marlborough Grove, just off Old Kent Road.
The Delfina restaurant in Bermondsey Street has closed for refurbishment. It will reopen in May under the name Tanner & Co.
A Waterloo entrepreneur who has set up a business teaching first aid skills to parents has won £1000 and an iPad mini at the Brand Amplifier awards on the South Bank.
EmploySE1 has extended its catchment area from Southwark into the Borough of Lambeth to include both Waterloo and Vauxhall.
Better Bankside's seventh annual pancake race was held in Borough Market on Tuesday featuring 16 teams from local businesses and organisations.
A new training scheme sponsored by the Peabody Trust is training eight local young people to bake and sell bread.
Tej Sood, managing director of Blackfriars Road-based Anthem Press, was 'cloathed' as a Liveryman of The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers at the traditional 'cloathing' ceremony last month at Stationers' Hall in the City of London.
Michael Kalmar, founder of Kalmars commercial estate agents, has died at the age of 84.