Government statistics show that in the academic year of 2011/2012 there were over 520,000 apprenticeship starts in England, and figures given in September 2013 indicate that there will be even more this year with online apprenticeship applications up by 32%, to over 1.
Mercury Taxis are sponsoring the Lord Mayor's first ever Charity Fashion Show this year next Tuesday evening, 12 November in the beautiful historical interior of Sheffield Town Hall.
Broadcaster and star of BBC TV's Countryfile, Julia Bradbury, is to be recognised by Sheffield Hallam University next week for her work in promoting the Julia, who has also presented Watchdog, Planet Earth Live, Kill It Cook It Eat It and Wainwright's Walks, will receive an honorary doctorate from the University at a ceremony at Sheffield City Hall on Thursday 14 November.
New Sheffield Chamber of Commerce President Stephen Williams has called for -action not words from the city region to help boost the local economy.
Commenting on today's interest rate decision, announced by the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -The decision to hold interest rates and QE was expected and correct.
Macmillan Raceday at Doncaster Racecourse Saturday 14th December Join us for a VIP Charity Luncheon in the Royal Box overlooking the winners enclosure and winning line with a private bar and Tote.
Just Eight Per Cent Of SMEs Feel They Are Getting Enough Help Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK want to take advantage of the ongoing economic recovery by exploring different international markets, but many feel they are being let down by the government.