Taxman steps up post-no deal measures for 88,000 firms

HMRC is stepping up efforts to ensure businesses are ready to trade post-Brexit by automatically enrolling companies in an important customs system and doubling...

Humber LEP organises Energy and Clean Growth conference

More than 1,000 people are expected to take part in a conference aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of the Northern Powerhouse. Organised by the...

Nexus welcomes Yorkshire start-up behind Crowded platform

Nexus, University of Leeds’ innovation hub, has welcomed Innotech Insights, the start-up behind pedestrian movement platform, Crowded. Founded in 2015 by Liam Wright, Innotech Insights...

JCT600 invests £1m in cloud-based communications system

Privately-owned motor firm JCT600 has invested more than £1m in a cloud-based communications system. The solution – powered by Halifax-headquartered Vapour Cloud in strategic partnership...

Sauce explores the Internet of Things to boost businesses

Smart tech specialist Sauce, which has grown tenfold in just three years, is working with one of the UK’s leading home heating providers to...

Hull firm to pay £40,000 after employee loses arm in accident

Hull firm Moss Tyres Ltd must pay more than £40,000 after an accident in which an employee lost an arm. The firm has been fined...

Transatlantic law firm acquires James Love Legal

Womble Bond Dickinson has acquired Harrogate-based James Love Legal, which was set up a decade ago by James Love, the former head of Intellectual...

Freedom Festival will seek new Director after Jenny decides to step...

Jenny Howard-Coombes, Executive Director and Joint CEO of Hull's Freedom Festival, is to step down after this year’s event. She was the first employee to...

Grimsby law firm takes over company in Doncaster

Wilkin Chapman Solicitors has completed the take-over of Doncaster-based business solutions company Silke and Co. In acquiring Silke & Co., Wilkin Chapman solicitors is expanding its...

Conference centres urged to compete for funds to improve broadband

Tourism Minister Rebecca Pow has launched a competition for conference centres across the UK to apply for funding to improve broadband infrastructure with the...

You may have missed...

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close