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Sheffield-based printing company goes into administration

Jamie Miller and Gareth Harris of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of Loop Print (The Company) on 15 April 2019. Loop Print was a specialist litho and digital printer that delivered quality print for clients across the UK. The Company operated from Digital Works in Sheffield and employed

Leeds businesses set to be boosted by moneycorp

Foreign exchange and international payments company moneycorp has opened a new office in Leeds. moneycorp is responding to the needs of companies located outside of London finding it hard to access the right specialists to help with ever-changing market conditions. It is already helping clients such as Prestigious Textiles Ltd based

Anti-theft car key case surpasses Kickstarter goal by 300 per cent in 24 hours

Men’s luxury fashion brand, Vanacci, has launched a stylish solution to the recent rise in car key thefts. The firm’s brand-new product, KeyBlock, uses RFID-blocking technology to prevent thieves from gaining access to a car without a key. Its Kickstarter campaign, which launched early April, has surpassed its campaign goal of

Peel Interactive selected as recipient for Nesta Amplified Fund 2019

Nesta, the UK based global innovation foundation has, from the many thousands of applications it received, selected Yorkshire based digital content agency, Peel Interactive, as one of the grantees of its Amplified fund 2019 - a pilot programme which supports cultural and creative organisations develop digital ideas that generate social

Beverley Building Society appoints new chairman

Stuart Purdy has joined Beverley Building Society to help the grassroots, East Yorkshire-based mutual - which is one of the UK's oldest - ready itself for the next century. Stuart has had a distinguished financial services career so far, having worked all over the world and helped some of the UK's

HR Network puts focus on employment law changes

Keebles next monthly HR Network will focus on changes in employment law which came into effect from April 1. The event on Thursday, April 11, in Sheffield, will explain new developments regarding statutory employment provisions which include employment compensation, statutory sick and maternity pay along with national minimum wage rates. It will

Yorkshire homeowners face tax hike

The Government has proposed changes to the principle private residence relief (PPR) in a move that is expected to raise £470m of extra tax over a five year period. Depending on individual circumstances the changes could affect any homeowner. It is likely to affect those selling their homes in West Yorkshire

Funding boost for Wakefield tech business supports immersive learning

What started out as a first-year university project for students at Backstage Academy (Production Park) in Wakefield, has transformed into a commercial spin-out, Interactive Immersive Classroom Ltd. as a partnership with Enquire Learning Trust and Production Park. Using £11,000 in match-funded grants from AD:VENTURE, the ERDF funded programme of practical and