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Market research agency Ci Research has rebranded and will now be known as Mustard.

Turnover at funeral provider Avalon has increased by 14 to per cent to reach £6.5 million for the year ending July 2011.

Wilmslow-based market research agency Ci Research has reported an 80 per cent growth in client revenue during the first half of the year.

Employment law specialist Citation is predicting record revenues this year following an increase in customer demand.

A consortium led by Tim Rumney has bought the four-star Pinewood Hotel, near Wilmslow and Manchester Airport, for an undisclosed sum.

Wilmslow-based shower and tile maker Norcros has announced predicted full-year results that, it said, would beat market expectations.

Wilmslow-based funeral plans firm Avalon has opened a new office in Brentwood, Essex.

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