Steven Parker, the CEO of the British Chambers of Commerce in Taipei will be in Sheffield on Tuesday 13th of June to speak to companies about the opportunities and business development potential for South Yorkshire businesses in this fast moving dynamic 'Tiger' economy.
Young people in low-paid, insecure jobs are being locked out of all housing options in the south east, including social housing, a new report has revealed.
Rehearsals are underway at Sheffield Theatres for Artistic Director Robert Hastie's inaugural production, Julius Caesar (Wed 17 May Sat 10 June).
Russell Group developing new resources in partnership with teachers in schools with low progression to university93 per cent of teachers said initiative improved their ability to help students write their personal statements More than a third of teachers said they are now more likely to encourage students to apply to a leading university Boosting support for teachers working with pupils on their university applications could significantly increase their chance of attending a leading university, new analysis of a widening participation programme involving the University of Sheffield has suggested.
Sheffield Hallam University's Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice (HKC) has been accepted as a member of the prestigious Association of Human Rights Institutes (AHRI).
The Sheffield City Region Chambers bought together businesses from across the region on Friday 5 May to discuss the results of the Q1 Quarterly Economic Survey and the implications of the Government's proposed Industrial Strategy for their company.
Commenting on the trade statistics for March 2017, released today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The sharp deterioration in the UK's net trade position means that trade is likely to have been a drag on UK growth in the first quarter of the year, following a strong performance in the previous quarter.
More than 50 academics to appear in pubs and cafes across the city, as the world's largest festival of public science talks arrives in Sheffield (15-17 May 2017) Scientists from the University of Sheffield will be talking about their work and answering pubgoers' questions in venues across the city centre as part of a festival being held this month.