New managing director for cap hpi

New managing director for Leeds automotive data company

Leeds based automotive data expert cap hpi has promoted Chris Wright to the role of managing director over its global operations. Wright will report to...
Sage on the hunt for North East businesses looking for new markets

International tech company on the hunt for North East businesses looking for new markets

Some of the North East's most promising start-ups will have access to a new international business exchange programme, launched by tech trailblazer Sage. The market...

The Bigger Boat welcomes new account manager on board

A digital marketing agency has recruited Alison Lee as account manager, in the latest of a series of key appointments for the Yorkshire company. The...

CreativeRace represent Yorkshire in the Prudential RideLondon–Surrey 100

This Sunday, four CreativeRace colleagues will be cycling 100 miles to raise money for Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

The House Crowd hits £50m fundraising milestone in record quarter

The world’s first property crowdfunding platform, The House Crowd, has hit a £50Million fundraising milestone after a record start to the year where it has raised over £15Million in under 6 months.

Ruth hits the right note for the Hallé

Manchester’s Hallé Concerts Society has appointed a new finance director to take over from long-serving Val Hawkin.
Bosses urged not to be short sighted when it comes to workplace safety

Bosses urged not to be short sighted when it comes to workplace safety

A leading employment lawyer is calling for businesses to consider cultural, religious and medical needs when providing health and safety instructions to staff in the workplace. The call comes after construction firm Mears banned its workers from having beards, citing health and safety grounds. Yunus Lunat, partner and head of employment law at Leeds-based Ison Harrison is urging a common sense approach from bosses to avoid potential religious and cultural pitfalls.
UoM 'In Place of War' secures £250,000 to bring global artists to Manchester

University of Manchester’s ‘In Place of War’ secures funding to bring international artists to...

University of Manchester based organisation In Place of War, has secured over £250,000 in funding to launch a series of global projects, and bring...
Lloyd Catering Equipment sets sights on recipe for success with Room-scale VR investment

Lloyd Catering Equipment sets sights on recipe for success with Room-scale VR investment

A South Yorkshire commercial kitchen specialist has been given the backing of Simon Rimmer after impressing the celebrity chef with its powerful new VR...
PHROOTI Relaunches With New Format & Flavours

Sheffield-based drinks brand relaunches with new format & flavours

With new investment under its belt and a refocused marketing strategy, Sheffield-based fruit water brand, PHROOTI, is set to relaunch this month. Driven by a...