It should be a truth universally acknowledged that there’s a thriving scene of innovation and entrepreneurship in the North of England.
As the push to support the Northern Powerhouse continues, we visited the city of Manchester to find the luxurious ways entrepreneurs can enjoy the time there on business.
The British Business Bank has created a £400m Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund that will be based in Sheffield to unlock growth alongside Local Enterprise Partnerships.
Yorkshire unicorn Anaplan unveils that broadband issues in Britain, particularly in rural areas, could potentially have a wider impact beyond its UK team.
CitySuites is a business travel brand so new it hasn’t opened its doors to customers yet, but the Northern Powerhouse firm is confident its combination of hotel luxury with home comforts will be a success.
John Savage looks back on a successful year for his company and feels buoyed by business growth in North East England as he begins new expansion plans.
With the Amazon Growing Business Awards taking place on Wednesday 30 November 2016, now is the perfect time to look back over some of the previous winners – specifically the champions of the Made in Britain category.
Location, location, location; geography has always been an important factor for businesses. The right environment can place firms in the best possible position to serve customers, expand reach, add to the bottom line, and literally ensure being in the right place at the right time!
As we get towards the end of our 30 Digital Champions countdown, we’ve sunk our teeth into Smoke BBQ – a growing restaurant chain bringing the taste of authentic Texan cuisine to northern England.
Whatever you think of the Conservatives, their focus on building the “Northern Powerhouse” has been much welcomed here in Newcastle, taking us one step closer to challenging the capital.
The Budget can quite often be a confusing set of facts and figures very hard to digest. We've boiled it down to provide a snapshot of what each region in the UK can expect in terms of capital investment.
As part of the five-point plan revealed during the Budget 2016, George Osborne has promised a “radical devolution of power” that will see regions such as Scotland, Wales and the Northern Powerhouse issued with new mayors, enterprise zones, tax cuts and more.