Yorkshire's largest independent firm of Chartered Accountants, BHP, has been recognised for its approach to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and fundraising with a prestigious regional award.
Commenting on the agreement between the UK and EU27 on the Withdrawal Agreement and the Political Declaration, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: -While this is a milestone in the political process of Brexit, and a significant personal achievement for the Prime Minister, it's just one more step on a long road for businesses exhausted by three years of nonstop political debate and growing uncertainty.
EN:Able Futures were pleased to welcome representatives of organisations providing host assignments to meet the first cohort of apprentices in the Sheffield classroom of their innovative and unique EN:Able Futures Housing and Infrastructure Academy serving Yorkshire and the Humber.
Interested in a Making Tax Digital Workshop? From 1 April 2019, all VAT registered businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold (currently £85,000) will be required to: keep digital records for VAT purposes, and provide their VAT return information to HMRC using MTD 'functional compatible software'.
With no known cure and little effective treatment, Lost Chord reaches out to people with dementia through music, song and dance, attempting to reduce stigma and social isolation, helping more people to live well with dementia.
Location SPACES ACERO 1 Concourse Way Sheffield S1 2BJ #ScaleUp2Success Series 'Join us for the launch of E2E in Sheffield and an evening of inspirational, entrepreneurial conversation.
Prodis, one of the UK's leading supplier of own branded products to the catering and hospitality trade, has changed ownership in a Management Buy-Out, led by Managing Director, Anthony Faulkner, with Sheffield based dealmakers, Castle Square Corporate Finance providing corporate finance advice to the management team, with Newcastle Under Lyme based law firm, Beswick's, providing legal advice.
Shocking poverty figures reveal that one in four children across South Yorkshire are living in poverty and a Christmas gift appeal hosted by Hallam FM's Cash for Kids charity has had a heart-warming response by the public.
Local and national businesses are rewarding the efforts of Sheffield's 60,000 unpaid carers through the new Carer Card being launched this week by Sheffield Carers Centre.