BQ is delighted to announce the fifth annual Scottish Export Awards, sponsored by HSBC in association with Scottish Enterprise & Highlands and Islands Enterprise, celebrating the entrepreneurial exporting achievements of businesses across Scotland.
The capital dominates this year’s annual ranking of the UK’s fastest growing tech companies with 32 firms being listed among the top 50.
Liverpool City Council has submitted a planning application for a new £50m Cruise Terminal Facility on the River Mersey.
The Government has unveiled plans to boost the UK tech sector with a £21m investment to create a new network of regional tech hubs in the Midlands, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
BQ and the Business Growth Hub are delighted to launch Innovation 100 Greater Manchester, a new initiative to recognise and support some of Greater Manchester’s most innovative businesses.
Up to 50 new jobs could be created at a new 99-bed hotel and pub at Wynyard Business Park, in Stockton-on-Tees.
Funding packages totalling £3.4m have been secured to revitalise the centre of Gorebridge and turn a disused building at Newtongrange railway station into a community space and bistro.
Small to medium enterprises in the region are being urged to take advantage of free training that is being offered to help upskill staff, raise productivity, and boost business growth.
Edinburgh has become synonymous with technology, and with tech accelerators such as Seed Haus locating there, the city is set to produce the UK’s next generation of tech ‘unicorns’.
CODA Planning has announced that it has gained planning permission for Phase 1 of what is set to become one of Sheffield’s biggest non-student city centre residential development.