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WAKEFIELD Business Improvement District (BID) officially launched its plan on Tuesday evening in the grand surroundings of the city’s cathedral on a platform to attract new visitors and encourage existing users to stay longer. Chairman, David Owens of the Beer Exchange and Cormac Hamilton, manager for Trinity Walk outlined the five year vision for WF1 to boost the success of...
Pro-business Brexit must be founded on trade, talent and transition FSB welcomes pledge on greatest possible access to single market Responding to UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit speech laying out her 12-point plan, Mike Cherry, National Chairman at the Federation of Small Businesses, who was at the speech said: "Today we wanted to see the Prime Minister begin to sketch out...
Lights camera action for manufacturers this February as the Wakefield Manufacturing Forum takes you behind the scenes at Production Park! Wakefield Manufacturers are invited to tread the boards at internationally recognised South Kirby rehearsal studios used by Madonna, Biffy Clyro and Coldplay. Discover the unique space that makes it the world's premier entertainment rehearsal location. Adrian Brooks, Founder of Production Park...
Visitors to Barnsley will be able to view ground breaking work by Picasso for free from this weekend. An exhibition featuring 17 original linocut prints will open at the town centre’s newly transformed Cooper Gallery on Saturday (21st January). The prints are on loan from the British Museum and it will be the first time that Picasso’s work has been shown...
Dr. martens might resonate with cool, savage, funky, punk, rock, edgy but most certainly not with work. Well, here’s the catch: with the right hacks, any piece of clothing from your wardrobe can be worn to work. You just have to style it up accordingly. Indeed, going to work doesn’t necessarily have to mean giving up on your favorite pair...
Almost three in every five (57%) SME business owners say that they do not feel confident about the UK’s economic outlook for 2017, according to the Close Brothers Business Barometer. The quarterly survey questions over 900 UK SME owners and senior management across a range of sectors and regions. Firms at the smaller end of the scale – under £500k...
The world of information management is set to hit the headlines in 2017 as new technology and new legislation forces businesses to focus on how best to look after their data assets. One of the biggest growth areas is likely to be long-term digital preservation as an increasing number of companies seek to put in place watertight solutions to hold...
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