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Haribo turns blue to say thank you!

HARIBO has turned its Castleford factory blue, as a sign of respect and appreciation for all NHS and key workers. The HARIBO team of 700 colleagues, hope that this gesture will communicate a big thank you as the facility stays illuminated over the coming weeks. Jon Hughes, managing director at HARIBO, said:

The SEO Works appoints new head of SEO after client wins

Sheffield and London based digital marketing agency The SEO Works has appointed Paul Friend as its new head of SEO, after a series of recent client wins. Paul has over 15 years of experience in both client and agency side roles, having previously worked at StickyEyes, The Brand New Idea and Diva

Leeds Building Society works to keep branches open across network – precautions in place

Leeds Building Society is thanking members for their patience and support as it works to maintain service levels across all channels, particularly for vulnerable customers. Jaedon Green, Leeds Building Society’s chief customer officer, said: “We’re alert to the challenges of living in these unprecedented times, especially for our more vulnerable customers. “For

Two ex-Brass heads signed up by Fox Agency

B2B tech marketing specialist Fox Agency has made two new appointments as part of its continued expansion plans. Jason Mortimer and Paul Hetherington had both been long-term senior heads at Brass Agency with over thirty-five years’ service between them. Paul joins Fox Agency as technical lead - UX/UI Developer, while Jason joins

IP specialist promoted to partner

Intellectual property specialist Ben Clay has been promoted to partner at Yorkshire law firm Lupton Fawcett. Ben helps clients to obtain, exploit and enforce all forms of IP as well as defending them from any claims of infringement. He joined Lupton Fawcett in May 2017 after spending eight years working for the

Business community donates record amount to young people’s charities

Business people across Kirklees and Calderdale have handed over a life-changing total of £32,000 to two local young people’s charities, thanks to a phenomenal fundraising lunch and auction. The third annual Kirklees and Calderdale Charity Lunch (KACCL), sponsored by Huddersfield’s Crowther Chartered Accountants, saw 290 people from the local business community

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