When Ferndale's faithful Father Christmas was injured prior to Christmas, staff at the popular Garden Centre in Coal Aston knew dozens of children would be disappointed not to see Santa, so they utilised the local press and modern technology to get the word out a 'close relative' was needed urgently! Father Christmas has his fair share of Facebook Friends, fortunately, and one stepped forward to save the day! He is now very busy meeting children, collecting their present lists and checking with mums and dads whether they have been good this year.
As the festive season approaches, Sheffield Housing Company (SHC) has been getting involved to help local community groups achieve Yuletide goals.
The Sheffield Chamber of Commerce commenced delivery of a Sales Training Programme which is focused around sales and associated techniques in November.
Sheffield-based elearning specialists, Training Post, are breaking down the barriers to professional training for small businesses with the launch of a new library of online training developed in partnership with local business experts from across the City Region.
As Europe's heads of government gather in Brussels to discuss Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker's economic growth proposals, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is today (Thursday) publishing its latest EU Business Barometer, which tracks the attitude of UK firms toward Britain's place in the European Union.
Mercury Taxis, who have so far raised over £10,000 for good causes across the city, have just announced their final donation to one of their three main charities of the year, Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind.
Staff at a Sheffield-based prestige car dealers are celebrating after winning one of the motoring industry's biggest awards.
Students at Sheffield Hallam University are being given the chance to create videogames on the cutting edge PlayStation®4 platform, through its partnership with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's (SCEE) academic development programme; PlayStation®First.