The Asda price is right as Mercury Taxis go all out to support this year's Master Cutler Challenge with a series of fundraising initiatives led by new marketing assistant, Claire Thompson.
W Academy & Education has signed an exclusive one year deal with Fluent Futures to help develop the careers of young people in South Yorkshire.
Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP is marking Dementia Awareness Week by offering local residents a 20 per cent discount on the creation of a Power of Attorney Until the end of the month, the firm's probate experts are helping clients reduce the cost of nominating someone to act on their behalf if they are not able to manage their own affairs.
Major changes in the way medium sized companies in the Sheffield region prepare their financial statements are to be the focus of an important breakfast seminar next month.
Insurance broker ECS is offering companies across the Sheffield City Region a free IT systems health check after one of its clients nearly lost £89,000 through banking fraud.
A pioneering partnership project between the University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield City Council has been recognised for championing talented graduates into employment after winning a prestigious national award from the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR).
As voters across Britain and Europe prepare to go to the polls this week, the British Chambers of Commerce's latest EU Business Barometer shows a substantial increase in uncertainty among UK businesses over the future of the UK's relationship with the European Union.
Commenting on Sir Richard Lambert's Banking Standards Review published today, Dr Adam Marshall, BCC's Executive Director of Policy and External Affairs said: "Businesses up and down the country say that relationships with banks and other financial institutions deteriorated sharply with the financial crisis.
Commenting ahead of a speech by Labour Leader Ed Miliband today on the National Minimum Wage, Dr Adam Marshall, Executive Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -A substantial majority of businesses believe the National Minimum Wage should rise as the recovery continues, but only on the basis of careful evidence and implemented alongside sustained investment in training by businesses and government alike.