SHEFFIELD'S MADE Festival has the potential to inspire a generation of new entrepreneurs and create thousands of new jobs - but according to one of Yorkshire's highest profile business lawyers - this will only happen if the Government does more to encourage and support start-ups to trade overseas.
One of the first private businesses to move into The Circle, an office and conferencing facility in Sheffield city centre, is celebrating a fantastic first year in new studios.
Patents and the Patent Box tax relief initiative Why attend? The Patent Box tax relief initiative will come into effect in the UK from 1st April 2013, and is relevant to businesses of any size, which commercialise technical innovations in the form of products or processes.
Yorkshire's Hallam Mediation is moving its Doncaster branch closer to the town centre, to improve the service it offers to local families and extend its opening hours.
THE SHEFFIELD office of national law firm, Irwin Mitchell, has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting local businesses which trade overseas with news that it is to continue its sponsorship of the South Yorkshire International Trade Forum (SYITF).
The latest workplace absence figures published earlier this year revealed that, for employers and employees alike, musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are still proving to be a pain in the neck.
WITH JUST one month now until the first stage of 'Auto-Enrolment' is introduced in the UK, one of the region's leading pension lawyers, Nigel Bolton, is urging organisations of all sizes to ensure that they are fully up to speed with their legal obligations in this area.
THE SHEFFIELD office of law firm, Irwin Mitchell, has advised Wakefield-based Anglia Metal Limited on it's circa £2m acquisition of the factory in Normanton formerly occupied by Tri-Wire Limited.