Two fashion design students have secured internships with Vivienne Westwood following collaboration between the globally renowned fashion designer and Sheffield Hallam University.
On Friday 2 March, Sheffield Business Improvement District (BID) will launch the BID Spring Clean, an annual campaign that tackles graffiti and mess in Sheffield city centre.
New service will be the only year-round flight between popular destinations Bali and Auckland Flight will meet increased demand between Emirates network and Bali, and provide a new connectivity option to visitors to New Zealand Dubai, 19 February 2018 Emirates today announced its plan to launch a new daily service from Dubai to Auckland via the island of Bali, Indonesia, starting from 14 June 2018.
Speakers: Matthew Jacques, Strategic Partnerships Director at Collect+ John Munelly, Operations Director, John Lewis Partnership Steph Tite Returns Manager XPO Logistics Chaired by Prof David Oglethorpe Consumers are purchasing more and more products online.
Commenting on Jeremy Corbyn's speech on the Labour Party's position on Brexit and future UK-EU customs arrangements, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Jeremy Corbyn's position on the customs union, like the Government's, feels more political than practical for business.
Sheffield Wednesday Football Club are proud to be on the Register of high quality Training Providers (RoAPT).
Lost songs from the Broadway musical The Music Man, which this year celebrates its 60th anniversary, set to be performed in public for the first time Researchers from the University of Sheffield uncovered the lost songs while studying archives at The Great American Songbook Foundation in Carmel, Indiana, in the US Concert set to be performed by students from the University of Sheffield's Broadway Orchestra A number of lost Broadway songs from one of America's most beloved musicals are set to receive their world premiere this week (25 February 2018) thanks to research from the University of Sheffield.
Sheffield Hallam University will lead work in collaboration with The University of Manchester to help tailor vital public sector services using behavioural insights expertise as part of a new government framework.