The creative minds of Sheffield came together for the second CDI CafÃ© today (Thursday, 16th February) focusing on Managing, Motivating or Moving On staff.
Join our expert panel - Technology Trumps Brexit, the real challenges facing manufacturers Panel to include: Richard Edwards, Master Cutler of the Company of Cutlers Amanda Hektor, Customs, Excise and International Trade Team at PwC Richard Hill, Head of Manufacturing at Natwest Ray Massey, Head of Underwriting at Tokio Marine HCC Kevin Strauther, Assurance Director and manufacturing lead across Yorkshire & the Humber for PwC, invites you to join our expert panel to discuss the big challenges facing manufacturers as the UK continues to face economic uncertainty, as well as exploring how these challenges can be overcome.
New businesses run by women are less likely to expand internationally than male-run companies, according to new research carried out by academics at Sheffield Hallam University.
A street and print market will be held at The Art House in Sheffield later this month The market will host Street Art and Graffiti Art workshops and print-making demos Work by print makers such as Lynn Hodnett and James Green will be featured DIY, street and punk aspects of crafts and printmaking will be showcased at a new street and print market in Sheffield later this month (25 February 2017), as part on a collaboration between the University of Sheffield and City of Makers.
Engineering specialist Sheffield Forgemasters has secured funding from the Sheffield City Region's Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) towards a £6.
Jillian Thomas, founder and Managing Director at Future Life Wealth Management: Despite Brexit still being a hot topic, it is impossible to start this commentary anywhere other than in Washington where, on January 20, Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States.
Poor maths is costing UK consumers over £1billion per year, new market research1 reveals New research shows 51% of Britons admit their maths skills aren't good enough to deal with everyday decisions like offers from supermarkets, phone, broadband, budget airline and utility companies 84% believe and maths experts agree - that organisations are exploiting this lack of maths skills, making it hard for consumers to work out the best deals Over a quarter of the population suspect they have fallen foul of this repeatedly over the last year Britain's 'maths confusion' may be costing consumers as much as £1billion a year A new, free online math course is seeking to address the issue by helping people across the UK improve their grasp of maths and their ability to solve day-to-day maths problems A lack of confidence with maths is creating the opportunity for organisations to confuse consumers into making more costly choices and it's costing British shoppers over £1billion per year, market research commissioned by Citizen Maths reveals today.
Each quarter, the Sheffield City Region Chambers are hosting flagship events in partnership with the Sheffield University Management School to share the Quarterly Economic Survey results and what they mean for business.
Commenting on the labour market statistics for February 2017, released today by the Office for National Statistics, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Overall, with employment levels rising and unemployment still falling, the latest figures confirm that the UK jobs market is in good health.