18 OCTOBER 2019: GOLD-I TEAM RAISES £3000 FOR QEF

A team of eight employees from Guildford-based FinTech firm, Gold-i successfully completed the challenging Rough Runner 10k obstacle course to raise over £3,000 for the Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People (QEF) – a charity which provides services to enable people with disabilities to increase their independence and achieve their goals in life. Gold Rush,…

15 OCTOBER 2019: RECORD NUMBER OF PARTNERS FROM CRS GUILDFORD ENDORSED IN LEGAL 500

Charles Russell Speechlys in Guildford has received outstanding endorsements in Legal 500 2019, a comprehensive guide to the best law firms in the UK. The Guildford-based firm was recognised in 13 categories for law firms in the South East including commercial litigation, insolvency and corporate recovery, contentious trusts and probate, employment, construction, property litigation and…

22 JULY 2019: GUILDFORD BOOK FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINE-UP FOR 2019

Today, organisers of the Guildford Book Festival – which celebrates its 30th season in 2019 – announce the line-up for this year, with events taking place at venues across the town between 6 and 13 October.    The 30th edition of Guildford Book Festival will feature leading actor and star of ‘Poirot’, David Suchet, celebrating 50 years on stage and screen; award-winning adventurer and TV presenter, Steve…

11 July 2019: Gold-i Expands its Development Team

Innovative FinTech company, Gold-i has appointed three new senior developers in order to accelerate its expansion to new markets and in particular its product roadmap, with a focus on expanding the functionality of its multi-asset liquidity management platform, Matrix. The new developers, each with over 20 years’ experience, are Ava Teleri, Tim Seebold and Martin…

4 JULY 2019: STRATFORD LITERARY FESTIVAL RECEIVES ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND FUNDING

Stratford-upon-Avon Literary Festival is delighted to announce that it has been awarded funding through the Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants programme to develop its transformative Bedtime Stories project. The £15,000 grant will enable the charity to extend the reach of the Bedtime Stories project – which builds literacy skills and encourages important family bonds…