The unveiling of a new business centre at The Sheffield College has been welcomed as 'a great step in the right direction' by the city's Chamber of Commerce.
One of the UK's most respected equal rights lawyers, an actor best known for his portrayal as Frank Gallagher, and the man responsible for bringing the largest bicycle race in the world to the streets of Sheffield are to be recognised with honorary doctorates from Sheffield Hallam University this year.
Sheffield Hallam University's brand new £27 million development at Collegiate Crescent has opened, and is now being used by students and staff from law, politics, sociology and psychology courses.
Irwin Mitchell Hosts Alternative Funding Event At Made Festival One third of entrepreneurs claim that crowd funding will be the most likely option for raising finance within their business in the next 12 months - according to a survey by law firm Irwin Mitchell.
Could You do The Same on a Scenic Walk For Hospital Charity? A hospital physiotherapist working with young patients walks an average of five miles up and down the wards in just one 12 hour shift the equivalent of The Children's Hospital Charity's latest challenge.
A new pilot project delivered by Rotherham's voluntary and community organisations has led to reductions in the use of key hospital services by 20 per cent.
Sheffield Hallam University's connections to the worlds of business, health and politics will be further strengthened by its forthcoming series of events for the Off The Shelf Festival of Words 2014.
Five good causes are being given the chance to exhibit to an audience of more than 1,500 people at one of the Sheffield City Region's biggest business events.