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A female founder of a West Yorkshire-based start-up PR and marketing firm has been shortlisted for a regional award. Ellie MacDonald, managing director of MacComms, has been recognised in the business category of the Yorkshire Women of Achievement awards. The awards, now in their 30th year, are run by Sue Ryder to raise awareness of the charity whilst recognising key females...
The Huddersfield branch of the National Citizen Service (NCS) is searching for aspiring business ‘dragons’ to support its summer learning programme. NCS is working with Huddersfield Community Trust to deliver the summer programme to 390 young people, who will have 30 hours to work in teams to devise a social action project that will impact on their local community. The programme...
One of region’s largest employers is supporting the #HandsOffHRI campaign and is asking other businesses to join them in challenging the proposed down banding of Huddersfield Royal Infirmary’s A&E unit that would see all emergency care services moved Calderdale. Huddersfield recruitment specialists Stafflex is developing plans to help demonstrate the support from the thousands of businesses that will be affected...
The joint founder of Brighouse based digital marketing agency The Bigger Boat , is preparing for one of the most gruelling challenges of his career ahead of cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats. Doug Main is one of a team of seven riders set to cycle between the famous land marks in only seven days to raise funds for...
The opening of the Leeds City Region’s first University Technical College has moved a step closer with a number of key appointments made to the academic team in recent weeks. UTC Leeds, a new school which has the backing of leading manufacturers and engineers, now has its senior team in place ready for welcoming pupils when it opens in September. UTC...
It may surprise you, but Wakefield Beer Exchange are delighted when they hear these words. The reason? It’s an opportunity to share their passion. Their response? Perhaps you don’t like beer as you know it. They love independent beer in all it’s forms. To a customer who isn’t sure they like beer they may offer a sample of a delicious Belgian...
BHS and the Parliamentary criticism of Phillip Green brings to mind the various pitfalls of owners and Directors in dealing with a company which is falling on hard times. A distinction between wrongful trading and insolvent trading is an important yet in many ways a subtle one. Fraudulent trading is itself a criminal offence and leads not only to a Directors...
Doug Main, joint founder and Creative Director of digital marketing agency The Bigger Boat, is preparing for one of the most gruelling challenges of his career. He is one of a team of seven riders set to cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats in only seven days. And the reason for the momentous LEJOG trip? To raise much-needed funds...
One of Yorkshire’s leading PR and communications agencies has been shortlisted for three prestigious awards in the public relations and business sectors. Faith PR, which is based in Brighouse and services regional, national and international clients across both B2C and B2B sectors, is one of the finalists in the Small PR Agency of the Year category at the 2016 PRCA...
250 athletes from clubs and schools across the region took part in the Typhoo Yorkshire regional athletics event at the Dorothy Hyman Stadium on Tuesday 10th May 2016. Typhoo and national charity the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) have teamed up to ensure more disabled athletes have access to participation opportunities across England. The Yorkshire event was one of...
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