Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Retail sales fall back at sharpest pace since June

Retail sales fell in the year to October, suggesting a loss of momentum from September, when sales rose at the fastest pace for 18...

Let powder and particulate materials handling problems be a thing of...

Powders and particulate materials used in the processing industry can often cause major disruptions to production whether through build-up in hoppers, de-blending, uneven weights...

Tech innovators to tackle major education & healthcare challenges at Innovation...

A hackathon-style competition devising ground-breaking solutions to some of the UK’s most pressing problems is to take centre stage at Tech Week Humber next...

UK’s largest zero carbon development plans submitted

City of York Council has submitted planning applications for its first generation of zero-carbon, affordable homes. The plans have been designed by architect Mikhail Riches,...

Partnership launches to safeguard Sheffield’s businesses against COVID

Sheffield’s Business Response Group have launched a new Business Recovery Plan that brings together civic, city and business leaders to address the impact of...

Unlocking digital investment will be ‘critical’ in helping SMEs remain resilient

Unlocking SME digital investment will be critical in helping SMEs remain resilient as a wave of local lockdowns trigger ongoing uncertainty – and could...

Horse racing industry contributes £300m a year to the Yorkshire economy

A major study has revealed that the horse racing industry contributes in excess of £300 million a year to the Yorkshire economy. The study, commissioned...

Former 3M CEO named Chancellor of Huddersfield Uni

Sir George Buckley, the former Chairman and CEO of US tech giant 3M, has been named as the new Chancellor of the University of...

Double contract win for Bradford cyber security specialist

ECSC Group, the listed provider of cyber security services, has won two contracts worth a combined revenue value of £580,000. The contracts are for an...

Manufacturing workers still being exposed to dangerous levels of air pollutants

Manufacturing workers are still being exposed to dangerous levels of air pollutants in the workplace, a new white paper has cautioned. The whitepaper, from Global...

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