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Call for York businesses to access Make It York support

With the Covid-19 outbreak resulting in an unprecedented strain on the UK economy impacting businesses across all sectors and markets, Make It York and City of York Council have rolled out a number of business support initiatives over the last few months to help during this crisis. With £110m of Government

Brand new jukebox launched for the ultimate music fan

Leeds-based Sound Leisure, Europe’s only classic jukebox manufacturer, has teamed up with world renowned audio experts Marshall Amplification to manufacture a Marshall branded, vinyl playing jukebox. An iconic British brand, integral to the worldwide music scene, Marshall has been producing amplifiers for more than 55 years and has been celebrated by

North Yorkshire Water Park re-opens for 2020 season

North Yorkshire Water Park, at Wykeham Lakes near Scarborough, will re-open this weekend for the 2020 season with a limited range of activities following social distancing guidelines. These include open water swimming, stand up paddle boarding and kayaking. The Park has a 2.5km lakeside cycling, running, and walking track around the

Strong last quarter drives recruitment for Watson Batty

Watson Batty Architects has announced strong trading in the last quarter after a challenging six months surrounding Brexit uncertainty. The Leeds and Loughborough based practice has targeted a 15 per cent increase on turnover for the forthcoming financial year and is now seeking to expand the team. It has recently appointed

2m metre rule ripe for review, say small firms

Responding to reports that outdoor zoos, safari parks and drive-in cinemas will be able to re-open from Monday, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) National Chairman Mike Cherry said: “It’s a huge relief to see more and more small businesses reopening their doors each week. The Government’s guidance on doing so

Richmondshire businesses asked to showcases their products and services

Richmondshire businesses are being urged to sign up to a scheme that showcases their products and services. The new Supply Chain Network, supported by the European Regional Development Fund and Richmondshire District Council, aims to raise the aspirations of small and medium sized businesses by helping them identify supply chain opportunities. The

AD:VENTURE launches webinar series

A support programme for new businesses in North and West Yorkshire is moving its events online during the coronavirus lockdown. AD:VENTURE supports pre-start and new businesses with growth potential with a mix of offerings, including mentoring, events and access to finance. Since the programme started at the end of 2016, AD:VENTURE, which

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