Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP will be flying the flag for Yorkshire at a prestigious national awards ceremony, highlighting achievements in the wills and probate sector.
WHEN: Friday 14 September from 1200-1400 WHERE: Doncaster Sheffield Airport, First Avenue, Doncaster DN9 3RH WHAT: A unique opportunity to meet the team behind national The Children's Air Ambulance charity (TCAA) as it unveils its new airbase and new helicopter stationed at Doncaster Sheffield Airport.
Business and education leaders from Sheffield are joining forces to launch a new hub set to help build links and generate investment from China.
A Wall of Gratitude, which is giving people in Sheffield a chance to highlight some of the things they are most grateful for, is set to be unveiled by researchers at the University of Sheffield.
Join us on 18th October at The Botanist Sheffield for the very first Canapes & Connections networking evening for informal business networking, no pitching, no pressure to bring referrals just come along and enjoy the Prosecco and Canapes , mingle with other guest and talk business with like minded business owners and key decision makers.
Wall of gratitude is giving people in Sheffield a chance to highlight some of the things they are most grateful for Wall to be built using bricks that each contain a personal message of gratitude University of Sheffield project could be used as a tool to help improve mental health and wellbeing Studies show gratitude can have beneficial effects for people's wellbeing A Wall of Gratitude, which is giving people in Sheffield a chance to highlight some of the things they are most grateful for, is set to be unveiled by researchers at the University of Sheffield.
Ground-breaking technology from Twinkl helps teachers bring AR into the classroom The 'Little Red' game teaches children to collaborate as they code The first ever augmented reality product for multi-players and devices has been launched by Twinkl Educational Publishing today (Wednesday 19th September).
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today (Monday) downgraded its growth expectations for the UK economy, forecasting GDP growth for 2018 at just 1.
Commenting on the Migration Advisory Committee's report on EEA migration, Jane Gratton, Head of Business Environment and Skills at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -From the perspective of businesses facing severe skills gaps, the MAC's report gives with one hand and takes away with the other, and the recommendations are unlikely to meet the needs of all employers.