Join us for the next Sheffield Future Business Leaders event Free to attend Breakfast included Guest speaker Steve Manley, President of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce Corinna Lincoln of Taylor & Emmet LLP brief talk about support for local charity PACES Sheffield Future Business Leaders (SFBL) was established in 2018 as a new network to assist in establishing and developing business and social relationships in the region, both now and for the future.
JNV Events are hosting A Scrumptious World of Imagination which is a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory inspired gala dinner in aid of Sheffield Children's Hospital Charity.
Following the essential works carried out in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2018, engineering works are set to continue to replace a total of 22 kilometers of worn out sections of tram tracks across the Supertram network by 2024.
Cobra Sport is proud to announce an exciting new technical partnership with Motorbase Performance for their 2019 BTCC campaign.
A mechanical engineer with Sheffield specialist engineering group SCX is nearing the end of a remarkable mission to co-ordinate 94 events to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society in memory of his grandfather.
The Mayor of Sheffield City Region Dan Jarvis MP helped kick off National Apprenticeship Week today when he met degree apprentices at Sheffield Hallam University.
Rejuvenated, the pioneering Sheffield-based health and beauty company with a different approach to anti-ageing and well being, won not one but FOUR awards in last week's Beauty Shortlist Awards.
New Parliamentary inquiry into how funding policies affect diversity in STEMM subjects to be launched thanks to University of Sheffield researchers #MyScienceInquiry called on science community and public to propose topics for investigation related to science and technology Diverse group of over 200 signatories, including University of Sheffield scientists and engineers, propose investigation into diversity within UK funding streams A new parliamentary inquiry into how funding policies affect equality and diversity in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM), is set to be launched, thanks in part to researchers at the University of Sheffield.