In February 2015, Swindell & Pearson (S&P) joined the Government 'Growth Vouchers' programme, as one of only three intellectual property (IP) firms.
Commenting on the increase to National Minimum Wage announced by the government, John Longworth, Director General at the British Chambers of Commerce said: -It is encouraging that the government has confirmed the Low Pay Commission's recommended increase to the National Minimum Wage.
Sheffield based BHP Chartered Accountants has worked with Kreston International, an association of independent accountancy firms, to produce a report on the financial performance of Academy schools in 2014.
Appointment Adds To Wealth Of Expertise Based At Sheffield Office The Sheffield-based Property Litigation team at national law firm Irwin Mitchell has added to its expertise with the appointment of solicitor Joanne Shaw.
A car crash survivor who lost the ability to read and write, despite sustaining only minor head injuries, was suffering from a rare cyst in the brain, psychologists have revealed.
Tech firms fall victim to funding gap, says BDO report Mid-sized tech companies are struggling to secure vital funding, with access to finance still being the biggest barrier to growth for half (45%) of firms, says a report published today by accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP in Yorkshire.
Commenting on Budget 2015, delivered today (Wednesday) by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The Budget unveiled today recognises both short-term electoral horizons and long-term economic needs.