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Digital economy in Hull and East Yorkshire worth almost £7 billion

The digital economy in Hull and East Yorkshire is worth almost £7 billion and employs 57,000 people in the region, according to a new report.

General News

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    Well Met receives £1.1 million of enquiries from Academic Venue Show

    Well Met, the conference office at Leeds Beckett University, reports a record £1.1 million of enquiries received at this year’s Academic Venue Show.

Finance

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    Access to finance showcased at Manufactured Yorkshire

    Finance Yorkshire showcased its investment expertise at the high profile Manufactured Yorkshire – a two-day event focused on growing the region’s manufacturing sector.

Legislation

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    Business groups unite to support bid for elected Mayor

    The three leading business organisations in the Humber are strongly backing the idea of an Elected Mayor for the Humber region as the Government’s devolution debate gathers momentum.

Manufacturing

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    Workers given healthy heart support at work

    A Lincolnshire packaging firm has received a Healthy Heart Mark Bronze award.

Business Insights

Environmental

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Energy sector recruitment firm helped to up-skill technicians

A business that provides recruitment services to the energy sector has received support from the Green Port Growth Programme to improve the skills of the technicians it supplies.

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Lord Haskins opens new In-Vessel Composting facility

A new state of the art In-Vessel Composting facility developed by East Riding-based recycling company Biowise has been opened by Lord Haskins.

IT

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Digital economy in Hull and East Yorkshire worth almost £7 billion

The digital economy in Hull and East Yorkshire is worth almost £7 billion and employs 57,000 people in the region, according to a new report.

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Blue sky thinking comes to Lincoln

The Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub and the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce are inviting local firms to find out more about cloud computing and how it could benefit their business.

Appointments

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New managing director for Myddleton Croft

Julie Jones, who joined Leeds-based investment firm Myddleton Croft three years ago as a director, is to become its managing director.

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Food industry expert takes up new role at Grimsby Institute

Grimsby Institute has further strengthened its commitment to the local food industry with the appointment of Mat Thompson as Senior Trainer Consultant (Food).