Manchester digital agency e3creative welcomes two new senior recruits to lead the technical and creative teams.
Bury-based customer service technology firm, Gnatta, has expanded its workforce to 30 people (from 16 in 2015) and expects to hire another 10 people by the end of 2018.Gnatta will be recruiting people from the Bury area, including a business analyst, a database administrator, and support team members, as well as increasing its technology team of software developers, dev-ops, and testers.
Thirty jobs are to be created through a new £1.5m ‘digital-Pharmacy’ opened in Liverpool, aimed at helping people living with chronic care conditions to manage their medicinal needs through artificial intelligent mobile app ‘Now Patient’.
Two North East entrepreneurs have seen the number of people signing up for their boot camp training double in size thanks to skills gained on a free business improvement course.
Mace’s plans for a mixed-use residential and student development on Hoyle Street in the centre of Sheffield have been approved by Sheffield City Council.The...
A coding club which was set up to inspire young children in India to get into coding is returning to the North East for a second time after a successful UK launch earlier this year.
As part of the growth plan Woven has restructured the senior management team, creating CEO, CTO and MD roles.
Holmfirth based HR professional services firm, New Dawn Resources, are delighted to announce that they have expanded their team of HR specialists with the appointment of Kate Booth as HR Business Partner and in-house legal expert.