Julianne Ponan, founder and CEO of the superfoods company Creative Nature, appeared last night on Dragons' Den, seeking investment for her business.
A family run fabrications firm has its sights set on a 50% growth after substantially upgrading its factory space and winning several large international contracts.
A small, family-run energy supplier from the North East of England has blown away the opposition after coming out top for customer service.
Sunderland Empire, the biggest theatre in the North East has raised the curtain on a host of new advertising and sponsorship packages set to give businesses the opportunity to take centre stage and align with the iconic and established brand.
As part of the launch of the inaugural Birmingham Tech Week, the creation of a new investment and advisory company that will act as a transformative catalyst for the growth of the region’s tech sector has been announced.
Investec Structured Property Finance announces that it has provided a joint venture between Henderson Park and Greystar, in an £80m loan in conjunction with its partner Lender, Bank of Ireland.
Award-winning drinks packaging company McLaren Packaging, through CorrBoard Bioenergy, its joint venture with printed packaging supplier Swanline Group, has invested £5.5m in the creation of the world’s first dedicated sustainable energy generation facility fuelled by organic waste to provide heat and power for the manufacture of corrugated sheet board.
Up to 2,500 jobs at Thomas Cook could be saved after Hays Travel, the UK's largest independent travel agent, today agreed to buy the historic holiday company's high street shops.
In a world increasingly focused on all things digital, it’s easy to forget the significance of the humble paper document. But while everyone’s attention is trained on cyber security, a hidden danger could be lurking on your desk and in your waste bins.
Ray Lonsdale, the man behind the famous ‘Tommy’ sculpture of a soldier from the First World War, which is an iconic attraction within Seaham, will officially open a business centre offering high quality, flexible accommodation for new and growing businesses.
Many of the UK’s top companies are now pet friendly with one in five Brits (20%) now able to bring their dog into work, and with three quarters (74%) of us now in favour of dog-friendly workspaces, new research reveals that this could be the most simple and cost effective way to improve work culture.