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Blue Logic to boost employment in Yorkshire in 2019

Leeds-based Blue Logic is kick-starting the new year with a major recruitment drive. This follows a record 12-months for the Managed IT Services provider, which went from strength to strength during 2018. This year, Blue Logic is on the hunt for Yorkshire’s smartest IT talent and is recruiting for a wide variety of positions including; technical IT support, marketing, sales and customer service. The new recruits

Specialist Hull hazardous waste business invests £500,000

A growing specialist Hull commercial and hazardous waste business has created new jobs and invested more than £500,000 into a new fleet of specialist vehicles and equipment to ensure it maintains its impressive rate of growth in 2019 and beyond. Wastege Waste Management Ltd was established by experienced specialist Mark Taylor

Priestley Investments secures tenant for Leeds offices

Priestley Investments, part of the Priestley Group, has secured a ten-year tenancy for Leeds office building, Millwood House. Local business, D’s Health Limited, has taken a £304,000 lease of the 2,893 sq ft prime commercial space until 2028. An eight-week programme of extensive refurbishment work was carried out on the three-storey building

Research reveals untapped employee potential and HR becoming more stretched

Organisations are not doing enough to help employees reach their full potential, is a prominent viewpoint to emerge from a national survey conducted by Cascade HR. In a poll of 423 UK-wide Human Resources professionals, 44 per cent said the workforce does not have enough support to thrive, with a further

Mr Fitz Aqua Spirtz introduces new head of brand

Yorkshire based liquid dispense specialist Brewfitt have appointed Mark Fenton to front their Mr Fitz Aqua Spritz brand. Launched last year, the Mr Fitz Aqua Spritz concept of combining over 20 botanically infused flavours with pure filtered still or sparking water dispensed from a unique bar font is proving a great

Force24 acquires tech pioneered by former Ogilvy social head

Marketing automation platform Force24 has announced its acquisition of the social media innovation SoAmpli for an undisclosed sum, in what marks the company’s latest move to become the UK’s leading martech provider. SoAmpli is the brainchild of Maz Nadjm, who also founded one of the UK’s first social networks 2BMates and

Exports rise at British branded food manufacturer

The London Deli Company, a York-based manufacturer of premium snacks, confectionary and preserves, is aiming to grow its exports by 30 per cent in the next year, following year-on-year growth of its international sales. The firm, which counts the royal family, British Airways and Harrods amongst its customers, saw exports rise

Northern Max returns to Bradford to support growth potential

Named as the best city in the UK to start a business in 2017* and with ambitions to build on its industry and sector strengths to drive innovation, increase productivity and create wealth, Bradford has a lot to shout about, not least the support it offers to young companies. Following the

Historic Park Valley House in Huddersfield is now full

Park Valley House,  historic 19th Century mill office at the heart of Park Valley Business Park in Lockwood, Huddersfield, is now fully occupied. The 6,000 sq ft heritage building, which has been imaginatively converted to high-quality office accommodation, has six tenants. The latest occupier is the Edinburgh-based City Partnership (UK) Ltd, a well-established

Wool Market for patron saint of wool-combers festival

A Wool Market is being held at Bradford Industrial Museum to celebrate the patron saint of wool-combers, Bishop Blaise and the history of wool in Bradford. The event, which takes place at the Bradford Council-run museum on the feast day of St Blaise, Sunday, February 3, will have stalls selling woollen

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