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January 10, 2019
Well Met, the conferencing office of Leeds Beckett University, sets out its strategy for 2019, following a strong performance in 2018. Clare Vidler, conference manager… Read More »Well Met Strategy Focus for 2019 Following Strong Performance
Made Smarter, the recently launched £20 million initiative to help the North West’s manufacturing sector through the adoption of more industrial digital technologies, has appointed Andrea Thompson as the Chair of its steering board.
Managers feeling overwhelmed by their own business data are being offered help in turning it into an asset.
Business leaders’ confidence in the digital capabilities of new entrants to the workplace has improved in the last six months, according to the latest Digital… Read More »Digital skills gap narrows but still persists from classroom to boardroom – Deloitte
The uncertainties around Brexit and how it will impact the rural sector remains among the top concerns for farmers in 2019, a solicitor has revealed.… Read More »Key issues for farmers highlighted as Napthens team hits target
Leeds-based Blue Logic is kick-starting the new year with a major recruitment drive. This follows a record 12 months for the Managed IT Services provider,… Read More »Blue Logic to Boost Employment in Yorkshire in 2019
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital have selected the Procure North West Framework as their Framework of choice to select a contractor partner to deliver their new… Read More »Alder Hey Procure £13m Community Cluster Building through Procure North West
Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA) is forecasting its busiest year ever for passengers with almost 1.5m set to fly from the airport in 2019. This follows the… Read More »Doncaster Sheffield Airport expecting its busiest year ever
The business community has been abandoned by politicians. It is time to remind them who creates the wealth and jobs, and demand more support. That is the message from Downtown boss Frank McKenna in his first blog of 2019.
Against the odds Jim sill thinks Mrs May’s EU deal can prevail in some form. With no agreement on any other options, he forecasts a last minute appeal to Brussels to compromise on the Backstop could see her through eventually.