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Brexit expert heads to the Humber

One of the UK’s most respected voices on Brexit is heading to the Humber to meet business leaders. Allie Renison, Head of Europe and Trade Policy at the Institute of Directors (IoD), will speak at the IoD East Yorkshire Business Leaders’ Lunch on 20 May at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hull. Allie

Green light for £22m Fruit Market investment, including new Arco offices

Planning permission has been granted for the next major phase of development in Hull’s rejuvenated Fruit Market, including a new head office for Arco, one of the city’s leading companies. Hull City Council’s Planning Committee has given the green light to a £22m scheme by Wykeland Beal, which also includes a

Humber Business Week announces plans for official launch night

Former England and Newcastle football manager Kevin Keegan is to speak on the opening day of Humber Business Week 2019, it has today been confirmed. Keegan, who now combines football punditry for television with coaching and motivational speaking, will form part of the new "Destination Monday" offering at the KCOM Stadium

£280m bank grants must be put to good use, say small firms

Banking Competition Remedies Ltd (BCR) has awarded £280m of funding from the £775m Royal Bank of Scotland remedies package – put up to satisfy the conditions of its government bailout during the financial crash – to Metro Bank (£120m), Starling (£100m) and ClearBank (£60m). Claire Reading, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)

Planning application submitted or next phase of Fruit Market regeneration

Wykeland Beal, the joint venture company working with Hull City Council to rejuvenate the Fruit Market, has submitted a planning application for the next phase of the regeneration. The centrepiece of this £22m phase will be a 55,000 sq ft new headquarters office for one of Hull’s largest private companies, Arco,

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