Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Norths Yorks supplier delivers first vehicles in its largest-ever UK order...

Pelican Engineering has delivered the first vehicles in an order for 55 Yutong buses to McGill’s Group in Glasgow. The zero-emission vehicles are destined for...

Report highlights fresh hope for Yorkshire & Humber towns

A new report from a Yorkshire and Humber planning and development consultancy lifts the lid on the state of the region’s town centres and...

Prominent EdTech company Sonocent rebrands to Glean

Leeds-based learning technology company Sonocent has announced it is rebranding to Glean as part of its long-term growth strategy. The rebrand comes at a pivotal...

Rotherham company fined after worker suffers chemical burns

Granville Oil & Chemical Company Ltd has been sentenced for safety breaches after a worker suffered chemical burns to both arms and one leg. Sheffield...

IT provider predicts post-covid surge in cloud adoption

Boston Spa-based Deans Computer Services (DCS) is predicting a sustained surge in the use of cloud-based solutions as businesses reset their post-covid operations. The IT...

Business confidence holds steady, with consumers called on to respect “house...

FSB is calling on shoppers to abide by the “house rules” of small firms across England from today as its latest Small Business Index...

South Yorkshire to pilot new Local Skills Improvement Plan

South Yorkshire’s Chambers of Commerce have come together to lead a successful bid that could transform skills supply, employment prospects, and business productivity across...

Stainforth set for £21.6m transformation

Success for Doncaster’s second Towns Fund bid means Stainforth will benefit from a £21.6million transformation. A number of key projects were put forward by the...

Employers to step up skills investment as COVID transforms work

41% of employers plan on increasing investment in training compared with pre-COVID levels in response to accelerating changes to work, according to the 2021...

Plans in place for major hydrogen storage facility in Yorkshire

SSE Thermal and Equinor are developing plans for one of the world’s largest hydrogen storage facilities at their existing Aldbrough site on the East...

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