Following the latest Quarterly Economic Survey covering Q4 2020, The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) have concluded that business conditions remain weak and show no signs of improvement for the vast majority.
Unemployment in older industrial Britain is now above the levels experienced in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, with the potential for further redundancies, according to a new report.
New government plans to put further education colleges at the forefront of the UK’s economic recovery have been unveiled today – January 21st, 2021.
Angela Leeding and Olivia Mayell at Realise, a training provider headquartered in Sheffield, have recently finished their management apprenticeships, both achieving the highest grade possible!
When Affinity's PCs for Charity scheme was born in July 2019, following a donation of PCs from a client, they hoped to help several charities in the Sheffield City Region.
Sheffield Hallam’s business incubation space, The Hallam i-Lab, has been shortlisted in the Accelerator of the Year category at the Yorkshire Financial Awards.
A company which is a world leader in its field is poised for significant growth following a management buyout from the University of Sheffield, which has concluded alongside fundraising to take the company to its next phase of growth.
Barnsley College Public Services students walked 8,848 metres up and down the College steps, equivalent to climbing Mount Everest, to raise £1,729 for the Barnsley Hospital Charity COVID-19 appeal.
The Department for International Trade have confirm that, as of 12 January 2021, preferential tariff rates on UK exports to Chile, as set out in the agreement, are being applied.