Rope access specialist Access North Structures has appointed Richard Knight as its new Technical Project Manager, to oversee its growing portfolio of assignments across...
A former HSBC senior commercial banking manager has been appointed by Huddersfield-based Crowther Accountants as its new business development manager.
Mancunian Entrepreneur Frazer Fearnhead, founder and CEO of The House Crowd, talks to us about his experience changing careers later in life and his involvement in the latest Vauxhall Motors campaign.
A Leeds-based housing association has adopted an enterprising approach to boost the prospects of its business tenants.
Red Angel Hair in Hyde is set to expand with a £10k loan from Business Finance Solutions (BFS) which she is using to expand her current range of services, including launching a new area that is dedicated to female Muslim clients who require a private area to remove their hijabs.
A leading Sheffield logistics firm has placed its faith in local young people by providing a variety of apprenticeship schemes. Apprenticeships run by DBL Logistics,...
Yorkshire based entrepreneur and Nicola Elliott, founder of NEOM Luxury Organics wil be the keynote speaker at this year's Women of the Year Awards. Nominations are invited; the closing date for entries is 11 September. The winner will be announced at the ceremony on Friday 6 October. Anyone wanting to apply for the award or nominate an inspirational businesswoman should go to womenoftheyear.org.uk or email [email protected] Tickets for the awards luncheon and ceremony are available.
Children Today has got through to the final stages of the first ever North West Charity awards by being named as a finalist in the Small Charity, Big Impact category.
WM Reply is doing its part to ensure ‘tech doesn’t stop at London’ by launching its Chester Academy to recruit and train graduates to a high standard and properly prepare them to work at the company and understand the sector it operates in.
An innovative scheme spearheaded by Leeds College of Building has already enabled more than 29 unemployed and disadvantaged people from Yorkshire to pursue a career in the construction industry and over 100 more people are now hoping to start work as a result of the programme.