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Cheers to getting new York-based brew tours on the road

York Press: L-R) Annis Cordy, The Partners Group, Owen Turner, United By Design, Mark Stredwick, Brewtown Brewery Tours and Anne Taylor, See Green.

5:54am Monday 5th December 2016

THREE of York’s leading creative agencies have joined forces to help a start-up business offering microbrewery bus tours prepare for launch.

Start-up sets out stall in York with distinctive Indonesian hand-crafted teak products

York Press: Dale Thompson, Jyoti Lalchan and their dog Crescent at their stall in York Shambles Market

5:53am Friday 2nd December 2016

A START-UP business is turning heads with its distinctive range of ‘reclaimed’ Indonesian wood products.

Housebuilder’s evening for jobs in York

York Press: Chocolate Works.

11:48am Friday 2nd December 2016

A LEADING housebuilders is holding a recruitment evening for local people looking to launch a career in sales after recent expansion in the area has seen the company opening new sites in York, Selby and other locations in East and North Yorkshire.

North Yorkshire power giant in search for engineers of the future

York Press: Andy Koss

8:16am Friday 2nd December 2016

DRAX Power will begin its latest search for future engineers next week.

Law firm opens new office in North Yorkshire

York Press: Christopher Harrison, Mark Pearson-Kendall and Michael Harrison

7:54am Thursday 1st December 2016

A LAW firm has today announced the opening of a new office in North Yorkshire.

Skills recruitment problems for region

York Press: File photo dated 26/02/10 of signage at the head offices of the Lloyds Banking Group in London, as Lloyds is cutting 1,230 jobs in its group operations, retail, marketing and finance divisions as part of previously announced three-year strategy. PRESS ASS

11:36am Thursday 1st December 2016

BUSINESSES in Yorkshire are facing difficulties when recruiting new skilled staff, according to the latest Business in Britain report from Lloyds Bank.

Power from sewage at York plant aids carbon emissions reduction

York Press: A biogas bag used to create electricity as part of the renewable anaerobic digestion process

10:06am Thursday 1st December 2016

A SEWAGE plant in York has helped Yorkshire Water cut its carbon emissions by 4.3 per cent in the past three years.

Steaks are high as legal firm helps butchers’ expansion in York and North Yorkshire

York Press: Hethertons Solicitors’ Commercial Property Director Tom Henry shares in the success of Appleton’s with the business’s owner Anthony Sterne.

8:11am Thursday 1st December 2016

A LEGAL firm has been thanked for helping to raise the steaks with a Yorkshire butchers’ expansion.

Funding pot to create jobs in digital sector

York Press: Neil Hutchinson

6:40am Thursday 1st December 2016

A SCHEME is being launched to lead economic growth and create new jobs in the digital and technology sector.

Final approval given to East Yorkshire scheme set to create 3,000 jobs

York Press: Capitol Park Goole. Photo shows the Guardian Glass building on the left and the Tesco Distribution Centre on the right

9:27am Wednesday 30th November 2016

THE final go-ahead has been given to a major new development that is scheduled to create 3,000 new jobs in East Yorkshire.

Popular York cafe to shut - Ice cream parlour to replace it

York Press:

2:34pm Wednesday 30th November 2016

A LONG-ESTABLISHED cafe and snack bar in York city centre is to become an Italian ice-cream shop.

Ending 2016 on a high note with awards aplenty for organisations across York and North Yorkshire

York Press: Chocolate Works

6:24am Wednesday 30th November 2016

THERE are still a few months to Christmas, but party time has come early for some of those in the world of enterprise.

Appointments

York Press: Rachel Raper

10:15am Wednesday 30th November 2016

A YORK-BASED law firm has bolstered its team with the appointment of an experienced paralegal.

Investment conference in North Yorkshire studies impact of polls

York Press: Donald Trump

10:10am Wednesday 30th November 2016

AN INVESTMENT conference in North Yorkshire heard about the likely impact of the US presidential election and the Brexit vote.

Time for take-off at launch of York travel office

York Press: Amigo Travel has aircraft cabin fixtures in its reception to simulate feel of flying away on holiday, (l-r), Laura Pugh, Branch Manager with Travel Consultant, Kayleigh Lloyd    Picture Frank Dwyer.

10:05am Wednesday 30th November 2016

A NEW travel venture is taking off in style tomorrow with a civic launch party.

Free-range expansion for East Yorkshire producer

York Press: Free range chickens at Soanes first free range farm

11:49am Tuesday 29th November 2016

A MAJOR poultry producer from East Yorkshire business has announced that it is expanding its free-range offering.

York photographer is put in the picture thanks to cash help

York Press: Nikki Bowling

10:25am Tuesday 29th November 2016

A YORK photographer has been able to expand what her business offers thanks to cash help.

Engineering accolade granted to talented student

York Press: Simon Humphrey from ARM with Naomi Allison, Pocklington School, at the Arkwright Scholarships Award ceremony in London.

8:54am Tuesday 29th November 2016

ASTUDENT from a school near York has been identified as a future leader in engineering in a prestigious annual award scheme.

New North Yorkshire cash advisor aims to ‘put the client first’

York Press: Lee Hurst and Lynne Bowman of Harrogate Wealth Management

6:11am Tuesday 29th November 2016

A NEW wealth management firm has been set up in North Yorkshire to provide independent, bespoke advice for individuals, businesses and trusts.

New firm launched to fill gap left by collapse of famous York business

York Press:

11:28am Monday 28th November 2016

A NEW construction and historic buildings restoration company is being launched in York employing local craftsman and key staff who previously worked at the collapsed William Anelay Ltd.

Guide to online selling in China

York Press: FAST LANE TO EXPORTS:  A Chinese commuter rides past one of JD.com’s Singles’ Day posters.

11:09am Monday 28th November 2016

AN INSIGHT into how Yorkshire companies can use the internet to sell goods in China will be provided next month.

Cheers to an estate-filling relocation

York Press: BEER SPACE:  Pictured (L to R) are Wharfedale Property Management director, Tim Munns; Beer Hawk founder and director, Chris France; director of property and construction and consultants, LHL Group, York, Richard Hampshire in the new unit at Thorp Arch Es

10:53am Monday 28th November 2016

A SPECULATIVE commercial property scheme has paid off as the completion of an online drinks firm’s expansion means the space is now fully let.

Town's BID for improvement

York Press: VOTE: Some of the members of Northallerton's BID steering group.

10:37am Monday 28th November 2016

A NORTH Yorkshire town has followed in York’s footsteps and agreed to set up a Business Improvement District (BID).

North Yorkshire district's businesses are offered free one-to-one advice

York Press: JUlie Hutton

8:36am Monday 28th November 2016

BUSINESSES in a North Yorkshire district are being offered free one-to-one advice through a new initiative.

Malt giant that supplies whisky makers plans new site in Yorkshire Wolds

York Press:

5:00am Monday 28th November 2016

MALT giant Muntons wants to build a new plant in the Yorkshire Wolds, to help it continue to cater for whisky and beer producers.

Business is enjoying its best year so far

York Press:

4:00am Monday 28th November 2016

BUSINESS is booming for a company near York, which is enjoying its best year ever and has just celebrated the re-opening of its newly-refurbished offices.

York solicitors ‘delighted’ with year of deals worth £70m

York Press: Penman armoured vehicle

6:23am Friday 25th November 2016

A GROWING York legal operation is celebrating playing a leading role in deals worth than £70 million in 2016.

York travel group's double joy at major awards

York Press: Quartz Travel logo

10:37am Friday 25th November 2016

A YORK travel agency has taken silver in two categories at the 2016 British Travel Awards.

York masterclass on keeping secure in the digital age

York Press: Tamsin Cooper

9:55am Friday 25th November 2016

THE growing need to keep information secure in the digital age comes under the spotlight at the latest in York St John University’s Business Insights Lecture Series 2016-2017.

Game on for firms who can tap into creative cash

York Press: Gameslab logo

9:00am Friday 25th November 2016

DIGITAL companies and games studios in the York, Selby and Harrogate areas have the chance to access a £300,000 grants fund.

Expanding York firm is bringing a new edge to online marketing

York Press: The edge45 team. From the left are Colin Docherty, Michael Hayes and Chris Lee. Picture David Harrison.

6:23am Thursday 24th November 2016

A YORK-BASED digital marketing agency Edge 45 is celebrating a year of phenomenal growth with a move from Hiscox Business Club to a new, larger office in the centre of the city to accommodate a growing team.

Helmsley is planning for a heavenly host of fun

York Press: Helmsley Small Business Saturday and Christmas Fetival. Pictured local shop keepers and business members in Panto costume. Picture David Harrison..

10:54am Thursday 24th November 2016

BUSINESS angels with a difference will descend on a North Yorkshire town next weekend.

Third year lucky with gold award for Harrogate Spring

York Press: Nicky Cain with BBI president Ed Binsted

10:04am Thursday 24th November 2016

HARROGATE Spring premium bottled water has won a prestigious industry award for the third year running.

York hotel is well placed to join an exclusive group

York Press: Dean Court Hotel and MInster

7:33am Thursday 24th November 2016

THE Dean Court Hotel in York has been chosen to become a member of Best Western Premier Collection.

The Press Business Awards - cheers and tears greet a night full of high emotion

York Press: The Press Business Awards held at York Racecourse. Picture David Harrison.

6:11am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

IT WAS a night for unbridled joy and tears of emotion - and for celebrating the very best of business.

Achievement Through People Winner: Simpson (York) Ltd Finalists: Kinnerton Confectionery, Riccall Care

York Press: PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST: Anna Hastie, right, corporate training manager at the University of York, presents the Achievement Through People Award to Neil Silcock, production director at Simpson, and Amanda Davidson, HR advisor Picture: David Harrison

12:31pm Wednesday 23rd November 2016

AN AWARD that is all about people was won by a York construction company which goes “the extra mile” to help its staff.

Business Innovation of the Year Winner: PureNet Finalists: CBT Clinics, Drax Power

York Press: DOUBLE TRIUMPH: Andrew Ferguson, left, of the University of York, presents the Business Innovation of the Year Award to Paul,Gibson, the chief executive of PureNet, watched by members of his teamPicture: David Harrison

12:21pm Wednesday 23rd November 2016

BEING at the cutting edge brought a double triumph for the winner of the Business Innovation of the Year Award.

Large Business of the Year Winner: Britcab Finalists: Monster Group, Soanes Poultry

York Press: BIG PLANS: Andrew Sharp, right, head of business at Make It York, presents the award to director Andy Wilkinson and sales manager Becky Wilsdon of BritcabPicture: David Harrison

11:58am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A COMPANY which has grown from a small, home-based office to employing more than 40 people marked a big night by winning the Large Business of the Year Award.

Employer of the Year Winner: Little Green Rascals Organic Day Nursery Finalists: Castle Employment, Green-tech

York Press: CHUFFED TO BITS: Jane Hunter, left, and Debbie Porter, from Little Green Rascals Organic Day Nursery, receive the Employer of the Year Award from Andrew Johnson, of JWP Creers, while nursery owner Vanessa Warn and other team members look on

11:33am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

TAKING the title of Employer of the Year left the winner feeling “absolutely chuffed to bits”.

Technology Business of the Year Winner: PureNet Finalists: Digital Missives, Optix

York Press: JOURNEY: Paul Gibson, chief executive of PureNet, receives the Technology Business of the Year Award from Phil Thorn, right, of HiscoxPicture: David Harrison

11:01am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

IT WAS a happy return to the stage for Technology Business of the Year PureNet.

Socially Responsible Business of the Year Winner: Autohorn Finalists: Energi Trampoline Park York, Partners Group

York Press: COMMUNITY CONSCIOUS: Scott Jenkins, left, sales and operations director at Autohorn, receives the Socially Responsible Business of the year Award from Noel Dennis, associate dean,York Business SchoolPicture: David Harrison

10:31am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

COMMUNITY involvement and promoting the use of low-emission vehicles proved crucial factors for the winner of the Socially Responsible Business of the year Award.

New Business of the Year Winner: Allies Finalists: Ainsty Ales Brewery, Saksons Interiors

York Press: AMBITIOUS: Founder Ryan Atkins, left, growth manager Daryl Shaw and the team from Allies receive the New Business of the Year Award from Tracey Smith, chief executive of York Science ParkPicture: David Harrison

10:20am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

AN ENTERPRISE with plans “to do something enormous” took top honours in the New Business of the Year category.

Small Business of the Year Winner: Langver Engineering Finalists: Jorvik Tricycles, York Handmade Brick

York Press: MARKET LEADERS: Claire Matten, joint managing director of Langver Engineering, receives the Small Business of the Year Award from Tom Henry, director of Hethertons Solicitors, during the ceremony at York Racecourse Picture David Harrison.

10:00am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A MARKET leading company from North Yorkshire was named as the Small Business of the Year for 2016.

Family Business of the Year Winner: Riccall Care Finalists: York Handmade Brick Company, Upton Group

York Press: Councillor David Carr, leader of City of York Council, hands the Family Business of the Year award to Gill Conroy, director of Riccall CarePicture: David Harrison

9:58am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

HIGH praise and high emotion were much in evidence for the Family Business of the Year Award.

Business Personality of the Year Winner: Tracey Smith Finalists: Carolyn Frank, Graham Usher

York Press: DELIGHTED: Tracey Smith, chief executive of York Science Park, receives the Business Personality of the Year Award from William Derby, chief executive and clerk of the course at York RacecoursePicture:David Harrison

9:43am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

THE winner of the Business Personality of the Year title declared that her job was an easy one - due to the number of innovative enterprises in York.

Exporter of the Year Winner: NiteSite Finalists: Jorvik Tricycles, Monster Group

York Press: STRONG VISION: Jane Hanson, head of advertising at The Press, presents the Exporter of the Year Award to Jacob Horwell, international sales manager at NiteSite. Picture David Harrison.

9:25am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A FIRM with its sights set firmly on overseas sales also found success in the Exporter of the Year category.

Retail, Tourism and Leisure Business of the Year Winner: Principal York Finalists: Cedarbarn, Hunters of Helmsley

York Press: BACK AT HEART: Shaun Sables, right, head of digital marketing at PAB Studios, presents the Retail, Tourism and Leisure Business of the Year Award to Richard Mansell, general manager at Principal York, and Teresa Kingston, director of salesPicture: David H

9:12am Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A LANDMARK York building that has been “put back at the heart of the community” won the title of Retail, Tourism and Leisure Business of the Year.

Drinks firm relocation deal is completed

York Press: Pictured (L to R) outside the new Matthew Clark Wholesale Ltd purpose-built distribution hub at Thorp Arch Estate, Wetherby, which represents one of Yorkshire’s biggest commercial property deals in the last 18 months are: director of property and constr

11:50am Tuesday 22nd November 2016

A MAJOR relocation to a new purpose-built distribution hub at Thorp Arch Estate, near Wetherby, has been made by a national drinks distributor.

Profits set ‘to be ahead of expectations’ at York international assistance company

York Press: The CPP office in Holgate Park in York.Picture : Garry Atkinson.

10:27am Tuesday 22nd November 2016

A TOP York employer has said it expects to provide some good news when it announces its full results for 2016.

North Yorkshire firm creates furniture fit for historic setting

York Press: OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

8:03am Tuesday 22nd November 2016

A LEADING North Yorkshire bespoke manufacturer of furniture, kitchens and church furnishings has designed and supplied solid oak chairs and tables for a newly-restored mediaeval building in the grounds of Peterborough Cathedral.

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Reducing the cost of whiplash claims

York Press: Zach Gray

7:08am Wednesday 30th November 2016

ON NOVEMBER 17 the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) launched its whiplash consultation with the aim of reducing the “unacceptably high” number of whiplash claims brought in the UK. Whiplash claims have increased by about 50 per cent in the last decade.

Nice guys really do finish first

York Press: Please could you scan in for business? Ed Reid, The Alternative Board

7:11am Wednesday 16th November 2016

LAST week I had the idea for this article, which was “nice guys finish first”. And then came the result of the US election.


David Hyams, head of the commercial property department at Ware & Kay Solicitors in York

York Press: David Hyams of Ware & Kay

6:59am Wednesday 16th November 2016

DAVID Hyams, the head of the commercial property department at Ware & Kay Solicitors in York, went to the Duke of York’s Royal Military School in Kent and attended universities in Leicester and Leeds before qualifying as a solicitor in 1997.

Ruth Perrott, managing optometrist at VisionCare Optometry in Acomb, York

York Press: Ruth Perrot

7:43am Wednesday 2nd November 2016

RUTH Perrott has been helping people to see better for more than 40 years.