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20:04

Local

From show business reporter in UK to grinding stones in Malaga

N. T.

Simon Kinnersley appears to be part of the Martian landscape of Óxidos Rojos de Málaga, but he has not always ground stones in this 100-year-old business. In another life he was a freelance journalist in the UK, working for the Daily Mail and the ... Sun, among other big names, and from the 1970s to 1990s he did a bit of everything: he began as a music critic and for a time he specialised in show business. Famous actors and singers gave him interviews, but "the street", as he puts it, was calling ... what I wanted," he says. When the professional conditions in the sector became worse, he decided to embark on a new adventure: refloating the family business, an industry about which he knew nothing in a country he had rarely visited. Now, at the

11:09

Local

Chiringuito business is back to pre-pandemic levels, thanks to Spanish tourists

MATÍAS STUBER

Villafaina owns Los Manueles and is the best person in the province to ask about the situation in the sector and how the season is going. He is also the president of the Federation of Beach Businesses of Andalucía and is in contact nearly every day with ... "this summer has been spectacular". Looked at in perspective, the level of business at the chiringuitos is not just good for the local economy, but is also soothing psychologically. The pandemic caused uncertainty and placed working relationships in ... the Federation of Beach Businesses of Andalucía, they employ around 40,000 people and no employees are currently furloughed. However, the unions are more cautious about this figure and say it should be taken in context. The general secretary of the CC

18:33

Gibraltar

Face-to-face meetings at Gibraltar's One Stop Shop

Debbie Bartlett

The Business Liaison Team's One Stop Shop will begin face-to-face meetings with members of the public from next Monday, 19 April. The first phase launched on 1 February to provide via email support and guidance to individuals on the business

16:32

LifeStyle

Brit business abroad

ANDREW J. LINN

There are many theories about the British love of wine, none of them conclusive. What is clear though is that for a non-wine producing country, as it has been until the last half century, wine has always been part of national life, and as a common

11:02

Local

Record electricity prices in Spain put many businesses on the ropes

MATÍAS STUBER

...function: a long string of powerful spotlights and an air conditioning system that cools the high summer temperatures. If the rise in electricity rates affects households, now the viability of Sergio’s business is at risk from the hike in energy prices, ... of this gym is one shared with many other small and medium businesses, who see how their already narrow margins are being hit by the electricity bills The president of Malaga’s Chamber of Commerce, Sergio Cuberos, said that every day they receive ... complaints from small businesses who are "scared" and "outraged" at the increase in their electricity bill. “The average rise in Malaga is between 30 and 35 per cent and it is hurting businesses. So much so that some companies are already considering

12:04

National

Spanish PM Sánchez confirms an increase in the minimum wage

AA

Spain's prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has announced a new political roadmap this Wednesday (1 September) with a message of optimism. Speaking in front of his full government team, business leaders and union representatives, the President of the

11:09

Local

Marbella starts a Business Angels Network to help local talent

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

Marbella council has signed an agreement with Les Roches international hotel management school which will enable it to begin the Business Angels Network Marbella, an initiative which brings together talent and investment, especially in the sphere of ... technology and innovation. The aim is to attract informal investors to the municipality to help talented young people to bring their business ideas to fruition "so that this talent stays in Marbella and isn't forced to go elsewhere," said the mayor, Ángeles ... business projects without it. "They often have no business experience and therefore find it difficult to obtain financing," she said. The idea is that the 'business angels' provide the money, and advice and training where needed. Carlos Díez de la

11:30

Local

Employees under investigation

SUSANA ZAMORA

...a business owner could afford for their workers to be off sick, but now with such small workforces, (many employees are furloughed), they need everyone who is working from home to function 100 per cent and that's why they are turning to us more now," ... provide are related to the pandemic, especially in regions with a strong business network such as Madrid, Catalonia and the Basque Country. "People who tend to shirk have always found excuses, but with quarantine, which can last up to 15 days and is ... monitored how many days of quarantine had passed. They haven't had many cases of this type, but some business owners have consulted them with regard to suspicions about an employee, asked them for a quote, but finally decided not to go ahead because of

12:04

National

Spanish PM steps out stateside to woo business leaders and investors

SUR

The Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, was on a charm offensive in the United States this week in a bid to woo business leaders and investors, promoting the benefits of investing in Spain. On his first day on Wednesday, Sánchez held meetings in New