Commenting ahead of the Prime Minister's speech on deregulation, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -No business could disagree with the government's commitment to reduce unnecessary red tape.
- Yorkshire Manufacturers Falling Behind When Attracting PE Investment Deal activity involving Yorkshire-based manufacturing firms was at its highest level for five years during 2013, but the region continues to fall behind the North West and the South East when it comes to attracting private equity investment, says a new report.
In September 2014, two new Oasis Academies will open in Sheffield, in brand new buildings, bringing an innovative and inclusive educational offering to the area.
Whirlowbrook Hall in Sheffield's S11, is proud to announce that they have won Best South Yorkshire Wedding Venue for 2013 as awarded by WeddingDates.
Depot handling specialist, Mechan, is heading to the Middle East next month to expand its presence among the local rail industry and boost exports to the region.
Smaller Firms Must Not Forget Legal Obligations The vast majority of independent financial advisers (IFAs) expect the majority of pension providers will not offer their auto-enrolment schemes to small and medium-sized businesses, according to new research.
Eleven members of staff at President Engineering Group (PEGL) in Sheffield have been recognised for their long service to the company, with a collective 350 years between them.
Sheffield commercial solicitors Ironmonger Curtis LLP have pulled off a coup by successfully tendering for employment law work from the Government's Treasury Department.