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Only 13 days left to enter The Press Business Awards

York Press: Only 14 days left to enter The Press Business Awards

5:14am Saturday 23rd July 2016

THERE are only 13 days left for you to put your business in the limelight at The Press Business Awards 2016.

Only 14 days left to enter The Press Business Awards

York Press: Only 14 days left to enter The Press Business Awards

6:11am Friday 22nd July 2016

THERE are only 14 days left for you to put your business in the limelight at The Press Business Awards 2016.

Green is for growth at Green-tech

York Press: Green-tech owners Rachel and Richard Kay, front, with staff at the new headquarters in Rabbit Hill Park

6:00am Friday 22nd July 2016

A LEADING UK supplier of landscaping products which employs 60 people and plans to double its turnover to £20 million by 2020 is in the running for two titles in The Press Business Awards 2016.

Setting own standard for interior creations

York Press: Adam Rhodes

8:05am Friday 22nd July 2016

A COMPANY seeking to set a new standard in creating luxury interiors is looking to make a double impact at this year’s Press Business Awards.

Now connecting on a global scale

York Press: Ned Hoste

7:04am Friday 22nd July 2016

AN ENTERPRISE that offers people a new way to discover, learn and make creative connections through short fiction, opinion and personal insight has entered the Technology and New Business of the Year categories for The Press Business Awards.

Jobs figures ‘so positive’ for York

York Press: Sara Farrar, Partnership Manager for York, Selby and Ryedale Job Centres  Picture: Frank Dwyer

6:38am Thursday 21st July 2016

THE number of people claiming unemployment benefits in York has fallen by 115 since the same time last year.

Park ‘ideal’ for sports supplier

York Press: Escrick Business Park

10:41am Thursday 21st July 2016

ESSEX-BASED Sportsafe, which supplies sports and fitness equipment to schools, leisure centres, councils and businesses, has just opened its first base in the north of England after acquiring a two storey, 1,400-square foot, building at S Harrison’s Escrick Business Park.

Confidence and demand ‘drops’ in Yorkshire commercial property following Brexit

York Press: Barry Crux, second from right, at an event in 2014

9:42am Thursday 21st July 2016

THE commercial property market in Yorkshire and Humber has seen a drop in confidence and investor demand following the Brexit vote, according to today’s RICS UK Commercial Property Market Survey.

Report sets out ‘strong economy’ for Harrogate area

York Press: SHOW: The Harrogate International Centre which is playing host to the Good Food Show Spring. Picture: Chris Jones

8:21am Thursday 21st July 2016

A REPORT from a North Yorkshire council has revealed the efforts it has made to support business development and growth, stimulate job creation and enhance the visitor economy.

Selby area brothers show plenty of drive

York Press: Matthew Sables and Dealer Principal John Cooke

8:20am Thursday 21st July 2016

NORTH Yorkshire brothers Matthew and James Sables have embarked on a motoring apprenticeship at Vauxhall retailer Evans Halshaw in Leeds.

An open invitation to a cheesy charity day in York

York Press: Harry Baines, Owner, with a selection of cheeses outside Love Cheese on Gillygate, York.

6:24am Thursday 21st July 2016

A DISTINCTLY cheesy charity day is on offer in York this weekend.

‘Work together’ plea at launch of York's new economic strategy

York Press: York Central, which has "massive potential" as a brownfield development site

6:09am Wednesday 20th July 2016

WORKING together can ensure York is a ‘fantastic player’ in the UK and the world, an audience was told at the launch of the city’s economic strategy.

Building Castle on a strong team

York Press: Mel Jones, Suzanne Burnett and Kerry Hope in front of Clifford's Tower

5:00am Wednesday 20th July 2016

“WHEN smart girls seek a vacancy they go to the Castle Agency,” declares an old newspaper advert as it opens up a window onto a world of work from half a century ago.

Nestle outlines how its efforts to be a more responsible business affects York-made KitKats

York Press: The Nestle factory from York's Big Wheel. Pic: Mike Tipping.

9:40am Wednesday 20th July 2016

ONE of York’s top employers is holding a week of activity looking at how the actions it takes as it seeks to be a more responsible business the products its customers buy in the shops.

Powerhouse plea from northern BID bosses

York Press: Sean Bullick, co-chair of Northern City BIDs Group

8:39am Wednesday 20th July 2016

LEADERS of the north’s Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) have called on the new Government to maintain its commitment to the Northern Powerhouse initiative, saying the brand makes the north more attractive for inward investment.

Appointments

York Press: Caroline Littler

8:19am Wednesday 20th July 2016

EAST Yorkshire firm One Stop Business Finance has welcomed David Jockel as non-executive director to assist the company with its growth plans for the next phase of its development.

York Cares volunteers are rewarded

York Press: The York Cares Golden Moments of the Decade Awards

6:59am Wednesday 20th July 2016

TEN years of employee volunteering were recognised at the York Cares Golden Moments of the Decade’ Awards.

York lawyers line up for a Castle Howard triathlon charity challenge

York Press: READY FOR CLASSY ACTION: Lawyers who are taking part in a Castle Howard triathlon, for York Against Cancer, with William Kaye holding the bike

6:07am Tuesday 19th July 2016

LEGAL eagles are lining up for a triathlon charity challenge laid down by the president of the Yorkshire Law Society.

Learning from an ‘inspiration’ in building world

York Press: Yorkshire apprentices, from left, Tim Mills, Asim Hussain and Josh Hulls meet Redrow `boss’ Steve Morgan.

9:58am Tuesday 19th July 2016

A SELBY apprentice had the opportunity to learn from a master when Redrow chairman Steve Morgan stopped off to see them during a whistle-stop tour of Yorkshire.

Manufacturers' confidence ‘hit by Brexit’

York Press: CONCERN: Andy Tuscher, EEF Yorkshire director

7:52am Tuesday 19th July 2016

MANUFACTURERS’ confidence in the UK economy and in their own business performance has been knocked by the vote to Brexit, according to a new survey today from EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation.

York law firm’s ‘mark of care for client’

York Press: Tamsin Cooper

7:50am Tuesday 19th July 2016

A YORK legal firm has retained the Law Society’s law management quality mark, Lexcel, for the 15th year running.

UK market leader from North Yorkshire has its sights on Europe

York Press: Langver pic

6:25am Monday 18th July 2016

A NORTH Yorkshire manufacturer which already dominates its UK market has set its sights on expanding into Europe.

Askham Bryan College veterinary student wins Herriot award

York Press: Ian Ashton and Ellie Tomlinson

6:48am Monday 18th July 2016

A VETERINARY nursing student at a York college has received an award from a North Yorkshire attraction which celebrates the life and work of a world-famous literary vet.

Changes as firm keeps investing in Malton branch

York Press: staff at the Howarth Timber Malton branch

7:59am Monday 18th July 2016

A COMPANY is continuing its programme of investment with a number of significant changes at its Malton branch.

Deals hailed by North Yorkshire technology park owners

York Press: Knaresborough Business Park

7:43am Monday 18th July 2016

NATIONAL property consultant Carter Jonas has secured a duo of deals at Knaresborough Technology Park.

Call to seize initiative on Powerhouse

York Press: Jonathan Oxley

7:16am Monday 18th July 2016

THE Institute of Directors (IoD) has announced its blueprint for a ‘business-led’ initiative to drive the next stage of the so-called Northern Powerhouse.

Positive plans of York veterinary medicines supplier are not hit by Brexit 'uncertainty'

York Press: Iain Meneer, chief executive of Animalcare (53114457)

5:47am Friday 15th July 2016

A YORK veterinary medicine specialist plans to press ahead with its positive plans for the future despite the ‘uncertainty’ following the Brexit vote.

York family printing firm goes to great lengths with big brochure brief for Harrogate International Centre

York Press: IT’S A LONG STORY: Wood Richardson sales manager Andrew Ingram with the new HIC concertina sales brochure

7:10am Friday 15th July 2016

A YORK family printing business rose to the challenge when it was asked to produce a distinctly lengthy document.

Successful start to the summer for North Yorkshire PR firm

York Press: The Cicada Team, L-R (back row) Liz Powell, Vicky Carswell and Julia Fairnington (front row) Jane Chamberlain, Clare Walker and Richard Abbott.

7:52am Friday 15th July 2016

A NORTH Yorkshire PR agency is celebrating a successful start to the summer after securing a hat-trick of new clients.

Praised for buyout help

York Press: From left, Simon Crack, director at Hethertons, Pete Gilson and Linda Jackson, KV Transfix’s directors, and Jessica Roberts, head of corporate at Hethertons, celebrate the successful management buyout.

7:43am Friday 15th July 2016

A YORK legal firm has played a key role in the management buyout of an East Yorkshire specialist mobility business.

Bank branch’s closure ‘is due to lack of use’

York Press: HSBC Acomb

6:02am Friday 15th July 2016

A YORK bank branch is to shut after its owners revealed its usage levels were “well below the national average”.

Milestone for big schools project

York Press: Picture Credit: Spencer Griffiths

6:12am Thursday 14th July 2016

A CEREMONY has taken place to celebrate the topping out of the £44 million Riverside Campus – the UK’s largest ever off-site education project.

York law firm launches helpline to address Brexit divorce fears

York Press: Paradigm Family Law: Frank Arndt is on the right, with fellow managing partner James Thornton on the left

7:59am Thursday 14th July 2016

A YORK legal firm has set up a free helpline for people concerned about the impact of the UK’s vote to leave the EU on the financial side of divorce arrangements.

Great hair day at York salon

York Press: The team at Evolve hairdressers in York

7:38am Thursday 14th July 2016

A YORK hairdressing salon has been shortlisted for a top award.

'Doubles' joy at village hostelry near Selby

York Press: Drovers Arms owners Graham Usher and Martin Firth

7:22am Thursday 14th July 2016

A NORTH Yorkshire pub is celebrating with 'doubles all round' after scooping two accolades in one week.

Gem of an idea from York company may shake up jewellery trade

5:58am Wednesday 13th July 2016

A YORK company at the cutting edge of innovations that could transform the jewellery industry by opening up the UK market to laboratory-grown diamonds has revealed plans to expand.

On the trail of culinary county cash

York Press: Sir Gary Verity and Elizabeth Truss at the Great Yorkshire Show

12:38pm Wednesday 13th July 2016

A NETWORK of new foodie tourist trails celebrating culinary triumphs from ales to cheeses could soon be up and running across Yorkshire, as Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss today called on the region’s world-leading food community to apply for their share of a dedicated £150,000 fund.

Delivering a healthy sum for Hambleton schools

York Press: Riverford

8:41am Wednesday 13th July 2016

RIVERFORD Organic Farmers’ franchisees Liz and Iain Pocklington won the Engaging Young Minds title at this year’s Hambleton Business Awards.

Appointments

York Press: New faces at Extreme

7:59am Wednesday 13th July 2016

AWARD-WINNING digital marketing agency Extreme Creations has made a trio of appointments to enhance services in line with client demand.

Enterprise body says it has ‘delivered on promises’

York Press: ENTERPRISE: Barry Dodd, chair of the LEP

7:52am Wednesday 13th July 2016

THE York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has outlined its major successes and investment delivered in the region.

Sign of the times as York law firm goes for greater visibility on landmark building

York Press: Ware & Kay signs

7:28am Wednesday 13th July 2016

NEW signs have been put up on a prominent York building which is home to a city legal firm.

Prize-winning Malton development is delicious by design

York Press: Talbot yard

7:06am Wednesday 13th July 2016

A FORMERLY disused and derelict piece of historic Malton has picked up a prestigious award following its dramatic transformation into an artisan food production hub.

Bank played key part in £6m York Theatre Royal redevelopment

York Press: ] Jeremy Bowers of Yorkshire Bank and Philip Thake of York Conservation Trust

6:42am Wednesday 13th July 2016

THE part played by a finance deal is securing the long-term future of York Theatre Royal has been celebrated.

Strong performance is key to accolade for York chief executive

York Press: Marc Bell

6:06am Tuesday 12th July 2016

THE chief executive of a leading York mutual has won a prestigious title based on the organisation’s strong financial performance since he was appointed.

New advisors for North Yorkshire firm that’s focusing on iconic vehicles

York Press: Photo shows Ian Robinson of Twisted, Jeremy Oliver of Garbutt + Elliott and Charles Fawcett, founder and MD of Twisted.

6:46am Tuesday 12th July 2016

NEW business advisors are helping to drive forward a North Yorkshire motor specialist.

York city-centre shop lease is renewed

York Press: Give the dog a bone

7:09am Tuesday 12th July 2016

A YORK Gift shop has renewed the lease on its premises in Fossgate.

Sherburn-in-Elmet manufacturer ‘delighted’ with £4m buses deal

York Press: Optare bus at Keighley

6:06am Monday 11th July 2016

A NORTH Yorkshire specialist bus designer and manufacturer has supplied 28 single-decker vehicles to serve local communities in a £4 million deal.

York masterclass on workplace collaboration

York Press: Dave Willie

8:02am Monday 11th July 2016

INNOVATIVE York company Saville Audio Visual is to hold a free masterclass on business collaboration later this month.

York firm Geared to make sweet music in Europe markets

York Press: Andrew Wass (left), founder and chief executive of Gear4Music, and Peter Armitage, director of Gear4Music and partner of backer KCP

7:50am Monday 11th July 2016

A YORK-BASED online retailer of musical instruments has reported strong European sales following the referendum decision to leave the EU.

Hair expert is the mane attraction at York College event

York Press: Patrick Cameron

7:47am Monday 11th July 2016

YORK College Hair & Beauty Division welcomed hairdressers from around the region to an evening demonstration by world-renowned hairdresser Patrick Cameron.

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6:42am Wednesday 20th July 2016

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6:21am Wednesday 13th July 2016

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Mark Goodson, owner and managing director of Wayside Holiday Park

York Press: Mark Goodson

8:19am Wednesday 29th June 2016

MARK Goodson is the owner and managing director of the Wayside Holiday Park at Wrelton, near Pickering

Richard Mansell, general manager of the Royal York Hotel

York Press: Richard Mansell

7:05am Wednesday 22nd June 2016

RICHARD Mansell is the general manager of the Royal York Hotel, taking over earlier this year at the iconic building which has recently had a multimillion-pound makeover and won two prizes at the 2016 VisitYork Tourism Awards.