Alison Munro Explains How National College for High Speed Rail is Nurturing Talent for...

Alison Munro, former Managing Director of Development at High Speed Two Limited and current Chair of the National College for High Speed Rail, will take to the stage at Buy Yorkshire to raise awareness of apprenticeships and technical training and what the College is doing to provide the skills needed. Addressing the audience to explain the benefits that apprenticeships can deliver, Alison will showcase the opportunities that have been created by High Speed 2 and what the College is doing to provide training for those that have joined the establishment since its launch in September 2017.

Sheffield women pledge to fight for equality in the workplace for mums

Two entrepreneurial Sheffield ladies have set out to prove working mums can have a thriving career even with kids.

Bolton based company launches national energy waste competition

Bolton based Love Energy Savings, a leading UK business energy comparison website, has launched a national competition to educate secondary school pupils about energy...

North West’s fastest growing divorce and family law firm opens in Alderley Edge

Mcalister Family Law brings national expertise to Alderley Edge in respond to overwhelming demand

Northern Arts School To Officially Change Its Name

Cleveland College of Art and Design (CCAD) is further strengthening its position as a leading northern arts school with the news that it will...

Fearlesss Clothing Partners with Return for Paid Social

Macclesfield-based womenswear brand Fearlesss Clothing has chosen Manchester digital agency Return to take charge of its paid social campaigns.

Agricultural firm opts to remain baling with Riverside

Agrimin Ltd – world leader in animal health and nutrition – has invested in further baling technology from Yorkshire-based Riverside Waste Machinery. Agrimin has always...

West Yorkshire agency director joins celebrities to trek Transylvania for charity

Scott Brant, of Brighouse-based Vizulate Digital, will trek the five-day route through Romania’s Southern Carpathian mountain ranges between 22 – 26 July.