Tribepad's company ethos is ‘people first, product second and profit third’, so during the start of the Covid-19 crisis we had a think about how we could be helping people at this awful time.
Many business premises across Sheffield remain unoccupied because of the impact of lockdown.
Researchers at Sheffield Hallam’s National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering (NCEFE) have begun work on two projects that will help drive the food and drink sector in a post Covid-19 world.
After being homeless for six years, Laura Fieber is in a career, about to buy a house and get married - thanks to the Sheffield charity Nomad Open Doors and training from the Source Skills Academy.
Production-led businesses often incur massive energy costs so several small cost-cutting efforts can add up to a significant saving. Energy Partner Professional Energy Purchasing has created this video to help members cut energy costs down.
Responding to The Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak MP’s announcement of a Winter Economic Plan, including a new raft of measures to support businesses and the economy as the pandemic continues, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
Researchers from the University of Sheffield’s Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN) have been awarded a $700,000 drug development grant to progress a potential targeted therapy for motor neurone disease (MND) into clinical trials.
A project which harnesses the power of song to spread vital healthcare messages among African women has been recognised for its social impact.
People with communication difficulties in South Yorkshire have continued to receive specialised care during the COVID, thanks to staff and healthcare students at the University of Sheffield working hard to introduce innovative services alongside the NHS.