Improve your writing skills.
The ampersand & is the logogram &, representing the conjunction ‘and’.
Learn English with Andrew - www.andrew9.com
You generally shouldn’t use the ampersand, except in the most informal situations.
You should only use the ampersand when the rest of the name is also an abbreviation (AT&T) and in common expressions (R&D). There are no spaces on either side of the ampersand when it is used that way.
As an English learner you should avoid using the ampersand altogether. Use ‘and’ instead.