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Sheffield business leader recognised in regional awards

Jillian Thomas, managing director of Future Life Wealth Management, has been shortlisted for two prestigious award designed to honour the contribution women make to business in the Yorkshire region. Jillian has been recognised in the Business category at the Yorkshire Women of Achievement Awards, which are set to take place on

Bank backs first Yorkshire Women in Business Day

NatWest has given its backing to the first Yorkshire Women in Business Day by becoming the headline sponsor. Taking place in the centre of Leeds, the event will feature expert speakers as well as the opportunity to network with representatives of some of the region's leading businesses. With tickets almost sold out,

Yorkshire women unite to celebrate strength in business

Business women from across Yorkshire will gather in Leeds this November to mark the first ever Yorkshire Women in Business Day. Taking place in the heart of the city, the event will feature inspiring speakers as well as the opportunity to network with representatives of some of the region's leading businesses. It

Yorkshire small businesses exposed to unqualified “accountant” risk

Yorkshire small businesses could be inadvertently damaging their growth prospects by paying accountants who aren’t even qualified, warns ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants). The warning comes after research from cloud accounting software provider ClearBooksPro showed just eight per cent of small businesses considered an accountant’s qualifications when choosing one.

ACCA urges Chancellor to help region’s construction industry

The ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is urging Chancellor George Osborne to give the construction industry help, when he delivers his 2013 budget. Andi Lonnen, president of ACCA’s Yorkshire Women’s Network, said: The government has spoken about capital spending a number of times but as yet we’ve not seen clear plans.

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