The Tech Nation 2017 report, the most comprehensive analysis of the UK’s Digital Tech economy produced by Tech City UK, highlights success across the North with Sunderland enjoying particular success.
An online training and assessment company based in Darlington has recently doubled its size in office space as it continues to expand.
Insolvency industry experts from the North of England have been drawn to County Durham for the R3 Northern Conference, coming to the North East for the first time.
Jesmond leisurewear firm AIM Athleisure is setting up a manufacturing facility, bringing production of clothing back in-house so they can ‘Make it British’, thanks to help from the North East Manufacturing Growth Programme.
Tees Valley Combined Authority has secured £1.5 million as part of the Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England Great Place scheme to fund activities which will put arts, culture and heritage at the heart of the community.
If you’ve driven down Gosforth high street, the Travel Bureau’s office is likely a familiar site. Anne Bromley is one of two managing directors, focussing on the B2B side of the firm.
Brexit is widening the horizons of businesses in the North. Mike Rowan, North Regional Manager of trade credit insurer Atradius, talks about the impact so far, and thriving in the future.
Four Teesside University students are developing a strategy to encourage more women into the digital industries.
Eastern Airways has moved quickly to provide business travellers with a continuation of the Newcastle - Isle of Man service following the announcement of Citywing’s liquidation.
The development of the NETPark Explorer buildings will enable companies to locate, grow and change lives, both in County Durham and all around the world.