The history of credit insurance in the UK dates back to the early part of the 20th century and we were one of the first brokers in the UK to specialise in this line of insurance.
The Sheffield-based manufacturer, Gripple, winner of two Queen's Awards for innovation, joined forces with the Rotherham's award winning enterprise team, 'Are You Ready?' to challenge the region's primary school children to come up with an environmental idea which would win £350 for their school! Launched on the national education-business challenge website MyKindaCrowd, 'Innovating for the Environment' is the first primary school focussed initiative to encourage children to devise a product or service which offers an environmental benefit.
Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, is welcoming changes to the definition of domestic violence, which it hopes will bring more local families back into the scope of public funding.
Commenting on David Cameron's speech at Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -David Cameron's speech outlined the Conservatives' desire to create an aspiration nation, based on enterprise, and wealth creation.
'Repackaging Of Share Options' Not Likely To Be Embraced By Business The Government's new proposal to introduce contracts which see employees give up rights in exchange for shares in their company is an unnecessary move that is also likely to prove unpopular with businesses or workers, according to a leading Sheffield-based employment law expert.
THX and Sontia are Working to Provide an Enhanced Audio Experience across a Wider Selection of Consumer Electronics Devices, Such as Sound Bars, Headphones and Smart Phones BERLIN, Sep 04, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) - THX Ltd.
Sheffield broker IFM Insurance is urging homeowners be extra vigilant over the Halloween and bonfire period as it's a peak time for burglary and vandalism.
Commenting on George Osborne's speech at Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: "In what was essentially a political speech, Osborne was right to state that the public services, like businesses, should be judged by what they deliver not how much they spend or how many they employ.