A Leeds-based digital creative agency has started the new year on a high by securing a six-figure contract with Yorkshire Building Society. Tall, based in Marshall Court, has been appointed by the financial organisation for the next 12 months to produce visually appealing e-commerce content for their website. Tall will improve user
Pictured is host for the evening Ivo Graham, Yorkshire Building Society’s mortgage product manager Charles Mungroo and Nick Lawler, director of sales at Moneyfacts Thousands of consumers voted to crown Yorkshire Building Society the best choice for first-time buyer mortgages at the 2017 Moneyfacts Consumer Awards. The UK’s second largest mutual was
Pictured is Meena adds the finishing touches to a beautiful Christmas tree Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice in North Anston are all ready for Santa, thanks to a group of kind-hearted volunteers from Yorkshire Building Society. Meena, Adam, Jo, Caroline and Jan spent the day at Bluebell Wood, putting up trees around the hospice
A non-executive director at the UK’s second largest building society has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s 90th Birthday Honours. Alison Hutchinson, who sits on the Board of Yorkshire Building Society, has been recognised for Services to the Economy and Charities. As well as her role with the Yorkshire, Alison is
Yorkshire Building Society has provided a charity with a very ‘Marie’ Christmas after they smashed a fundraising target for Marie Curie. The Society’s Hour of Need campaign was launched in 2014 with the aim of raising £500,000 by December 2016 – enough to support over 25,000 hours of nursing care for
Leeds-based graphic design agency Punch Creative has scooped the highest national accolade for its services to the marketing industry. Having been shortlisted in a phenomenal ten categories, the Farsley team collected the Recommended Agency Register (RAR) award for client service at the London ceremony. But the night did not end there.
A Trust Study commissioned by Yorkshire Building Society has revealed that the financial climate appears to be making the UK a less trustful place to live – with half of people not willing to trust their own partner or spouse with their money. The major, independent research exercise examines how people’s attitudes