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Jordans Solicitors launches new Selby branch

Legal firm Jordans Solicitors has opened a new office in Selby. This follows on from the successes of the solicitors’ West Yorkshire operations in Wakefield, Dewsbury and Horsforth. The new Selby office will be headed up by Stephen Morgan and Emma Brocklebank.  Stephen is a wills and probate solicitor with 20 years’

HS2 launches public consultations on plans to extend the railway North

Plans for the development of Britain’s new high speed railway between the Midlands and the North moved a step closer today, as HS2 Ltd revealed more detailed design proposals. Construction of the Phase One route between Birmingham and London is now well underway with 7,000 jobs already supported through the project.

Search begins for Yorkshire’s top directors

The search is on for the most talented company directors in Yorkshire and the North East. Entries have opened for the Director of the Year Awards 2019, run by the Institute of Directors (IoD) to honour the best in business leadership. New categories have been added for 2019 to recognise the Young

Roofing students return from vocational trip of a lifetime

Two Leeds College of Building apprentices have just returned from the trip of a lifetime after winning a competition to go on an all-expenses-paid journey to northern Spain for three days. The students flew to Madrid and then on to the famous CUPA PIZARRAS quarries - the biggest tectonic natural slate

Two Leeds Trinity students awarded the Ken Hodgson Memorial Prize for Business

Two exceptional students from Leeds Trinity University have been awarded the Ken Hodgson Memorial Prize for Business which recognises academic excellence and services to the community and business. Emily Outram, a third-year Business and Management student, and Richard Todd, who is in the final year of a degree in Accounting and

Doozy Vape Co continues growth with two new recruits

Specialist e-liquid manufacturer, Doozy Vape Co, has recruited Myles Jensen as head of marketing and Bradley Jensen as head of social as the company continues its rapid growth. With over 3 years’ experience in the marketing industry, Myles Jensen’s role will include taking all marketing plans from concept to execution, as

Doncaster watchmaker uses 3D printing to create classic timepiece

A South Yorkshire watchmaker has harnessed the power of 3D printing to create a classic timepiece. When Guy Holland needed a bespoke watch component, he turned to Cardiff University and its PARC research centre to find a timeless solution. PARC - an academic and industry partnership based at Cardiff Business School -

Sheffield agency to take Po-Zu one giant step forward into digital space

Ethically responsible UK shoe brand, Po-Zu has teamed up with South Yorkshire digital marketing agency, Ignition Search, on its latest project. Currently collaborating with Star Wars™ on a co-branded collection, Po-Zu has appointed Ignition Search to manage its paid media strategy and support its further expansion into the global and US

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