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Commenting on the announcement that Tata Steel plans to cut 720 jobs, Richard Wright, Executive Director of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, said: -This announcement really underlines the message we have been giving over a number of years.
One of the Sheffield City Region's most high profile businesswomen has given her backing to a campaign encouraging more women and girls to get involved in sport.
Minister delivers first major speech at University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre Jo Johnson MP highlights importance of universities working with businesses to power innovation and growth Universities Minister Jo Johnson saw first-hand how universities and businesses can successfully work together to power innovation and growth during a visit to the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) with Boeing today (16 July 2015).
Sheffield Theatres is delighted to have been awarded CredAble Access accreditation in recognition of its commitment to offering disabled patrons a positive, tailored experience of seeing shows in its theatres.
University's AMRC to offer unique advanced manufacturing undergraduate and postgraduate pathways in higher education designed for apprentices Successful apprentices will be able to study through Foundation, Bachelors and Masters Degree levels, funded by businesses New education route will boost UK productivity by filling vital skills gaps to meet the needs of economy and industry New pathway made possible thanks to £1.
TWO THOUSAND employees are helping companies across South Yorkshire to lower fuel costs, improve road safety and reduce the environmental impact of fleet vehicles after taking part in our government-backed business driving scheme.
This morning the Minister of State for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson MP, visited Sheffield Hallam to see how the University is playing a key role in driving economic growth within the region.
MADE have teamed up with START UP BRITAIN who are currently touring the UK with their bus, visiting various cities to promote enterprise and business start up.