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Senior appointment at Lupton Fawcett

Yorkshire law firm Lupton Fawcett has appointed Robert Barnard to its business recovery and insolvency department as client services principal. Robert has more than 20 years’ litigation and business recovery experience. He has previously acted for leading financial institutions including Yorkshire Bank and Skipton Building Society, covering all aspects of the

Lupton Fawcet welcomes newly qualified solicitor

Newly qualified solicitor Sarah Proctor has boosted Lupton Fawcett’s dispute resolution team in York. Sarah joined the firm in 2015 after completing a Graduate Diploma in Law. She also has a degree in Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of Hull. Her training contract followed the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s "work-based experience"

New chair at York Design Awards

York Design Awards, which promotes and rewards excellence in building design and conservation, has appointed Ann Reid MBE as its new chairman. A city councillor for 32 years, and former Lord Mayor of York (1993-94), Ann takes over from Rebecca Thompson, managing director of Thompson Heritage Consultancy. Mrs Reid said: “For the

BHP announces record month for client wins

Yorkshire and North Derbyshire’s accountancy firm, BHP, has announced a record month after winning ten new clients worth nearly £500,000 in total. The client wins, which include prestigious companies from the timber and flooring markets as well as the professional services and charitable sectors, are a reflection of the firm’s recent

Lloyds Bank boosts support for Hull and York firms

Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has promoted Natalie Hancock to the role of relationship director, with the remit to support the bank’s portfolio of SME customers in the Hull and York city regions. Natalie, who was formerly relationship manager across West Yorkshire, will work alongside businesses with turnovers between £10million and £25million

Yorkshire remains a property hotspot for buyers despite political uncertainty

Despite fragile consumer confidence, caused by an uncertain political and economic climate, activity in Yorkshire’s housing market has remained strong in the last 12 months, according to Savills. This was the message from local and national property experts, who presented analysis of the market to around 50 local buyers and sellers

PureClarity listed in the Top UK 100 eCommerce Trailblazers 2019

York based AI-driven ecommerce personalisation platform provider, PureClarity, has been listed in the Top UK 100 eCommerce Trailblazers 2019. PureClarity is an innovative, powerful platform that allows both B2B & B2C businesses to give their online visitors a personalised journey throughout their website increasing online conversion, revenue and average order value. It

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