Running a big business is a big job. Reuben Singh is at the helm of alldayPA, a telephone answering company with a difference, and he tells us what it’s like being responsible for 275 staff.
British manufacturing continued its climb up the global rankings as growth returned last year, according to facts and figures published today by EEF and Santander.
North East chocolatier Sweetdreams has invested £500,000 in a new 15,000 sq. ft. factory to drastically increase its output and create new jobs for the region.
Young entrepreneur Alex Hill tells us why she decided to drop out of university to launch her own social media management business...
Siglion chief John Seager is leading one of the most significant transformation programmes in Sunderland’s recent history – a major part of the £1.3bn of public and private sector investment going into Sunderland right now. He explains to BQ why the job means so much to him…
David Holton takes Peter Ranscombe behind the scenes at Scottish Widows’ innovation laboratory. And there’s not a test tube or Bunsen burner in sight.
Willie Cameron has done more than most to build the international reputation of the Highlands. The man that locals call ‘Mr Loch Ness’ is now helping other businesses to export through the Made in Scotland collaboration while still fulfilling his ‘day job’ as business development director at café, bakery and hotel operator Cobbs Group, as Peter Ranscombe finds out.
Boeing today ceremonially broke ground at the Sheffield Business Park site where its first European manufacturing facility will be constructed.
Professional services company EY has announced the promotions of two partners and four executive directors based in the Midlands
Graham’s the Family Dairy is continuing to invest in Scotland’s dairy industry by opening a new £1.5m logistics depot at Midmill Business Park in Kintore, Aberdeenshire.