Rob Lovell


Location icon United Kingdom

An experienced, self-directed writer with a demonstrable enthusiasm for business and technology.

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The mid-market cloud landscape

Robert Lovell finds out what cloud contenders including NetSuite and FinancialForce are doing to cultivate this sector.

Use auto enrolment to win clients

Auto enrolment staging dates ramp up in 2017. This content series, sponsored by Sage, demonstrates proven strategies and marketing tips to help you win clien

Drink Moor Beer: A lesson in disruption

Justin Hawke, the founder of fast-growing brewer Moor Beer Company tells Robert Lovell about his plans to shake up the traditional real ale market and what he looks for from his accountants.

Richard Hillgrove gets suspended jail sentence

Public relations guru Richard Hillgrove has walked free from court after being convicted of dishonestly cheating the public revenue of £100,000. Recorder Robert Linford sentenced Hillgrove to 15 months imprisonment, suspended for 24 months, along with 200 hours of unpaid work and £5,000 costs.

Is High Street retailing in crisis?

The recent spate of household-name retailers going into meltdown has been a cause for concern, but just how serious are the wider implications? The latest run of high street administrations and store closures is fast turning into a worrying trend and as such, we've provided a round-up of some of the common factors involved.

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Bids in for UK's High Speed 1 sale

Financial advisers on the transaction [Projects Database] - UBS acting for London and Continental Railways; and Citi acting for Department for Transport - will now review the offers, and timescales will become clearer over the next few days. However, a second round of proposals is expected to follow and the deal is slated for completion before the end of the year.

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Atkins chief executive talks results and PF

Atkins' continuing operating profit is up by 19 per cent to £103.1 million and total operations profit remains stable at £84.2 million, despite being down 16 per cent from the previous year.

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LIFT could help small projects find liquidity

Public-private partnerships were championed to bring about social reform that could not be achieved in a reasonable time frame without involving the private sector. By Robert Lovell

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Mersin Port privatisation - Turkey

A PSA-Akfen consortium was awarded the contract to lease, operate and modernise port facilities at Mersin from the Turkish Republic State Railways (TCDD) - which owns of a number of ports in the country.

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