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Thomas Robertshaw, aged 14, from Boroughbridge tries the new headbones headphones created by James Talbot (right) of Damson Audio, York. Picture Anna Gowthorpe. (30435236)

Audio technology specialist tunes into advances on triple digit growth after securing £300,000 funding package

York travel agent moves into Designer Outlet

Double award win for York building firm

York company expands medical product reach to more than 20 million people

Office supplier embarks upon "most exciting new chapter in its history"

Piers Maffett, co-director of Cycle Heaven.

Cycle business to move York headquarters after 22 years

Hotel team named best in Europe for customer service

Hotel team named best in Europe for customer service

New store brings eight jobs for Selby

From left, Nigel Upson, Mel Jackson and Andy Dolman

Poultry farmers secure £2.5 million of new business after winning accreditations

York Potash mine site animation - north west

Potash mine will "add benefits for multiple generations" says business leader ahead of decision

Colin Nixey

Record year for revenues at Saville Audio Visual

From left, Ben Sowersby, sales director Northside Truck & Van; Nick Brighty, transport director, Potter Logistics; Matthew Lamb, managing director, Potter Logistics; Tim Ward, managing director Northside Truck & Van

Anniversary celebrations marked with 52 tonne investment

Strong order pipeline to save Paragon following £1 million loss and banking breach

The Goodramgate retail unit for sale with a £3.4 million asking price. (29866628)

High hopes of quick sale for £3.4 million retail unit being sold for the first time in 40 years.

How Unit 710 looked before the start of work.

Former wartime munitions factory to become office space

An artist's impression of ACREATIVE workspace (29700000)

Former pub revamped as a shared workspace for creative firms

Paula Radcliffe presents Rachel and Terry Lightfoot of TouchRight software with their award  (29695955)

Software specialists unlock growth opportunities with award win

Last Year's Business Conference as part of York Business WMembers of the York Business Engagement Group and conference speakers, from left Charles Storr, David Parkin, Joan Concannon, Cherie Federico, Tracey Smith, Emma Smailes, Jo Pickering, Lord Stuart

Plans gather pace for York Business Week 2015

Glenn Bemment

Latest appointments

Adam Verney (left) and David Fryer

Insurance team heads to York to drive growth plans with accountancy firm

Drax Power Power Station, Cooling towers and Biomass facility (29686802)

New £100 million port to handle biomass for Drax

Sweden's new all-electric buses, designed and manufactured in North Yorkshire (29693340)

Optare impresses Swedish transport operators with electric bus offering

Simon Williams, North Yorkshire Regional Chairman, Federation of Small Businesses  (29690036)

More small businesses planning to grow then ever before

Marie Medhurst, of Bannisters’ Farm, receiving the award from, left, Peter Allan, President of the BFFF, and Harry Yearsley, of the Yearsley Group.

Frozen food specialist wins savoury award

Make it York asked to hold up Bishy Road as an example of online success

Make it York asked to hold up Bishy Road as an example of online success

Archaeologists looking to uncover new talent in recruitment drive to meet growing demand

Archaeologists looking to uncover new talent in recruitment drive to meet growing demand

Discussing mediation in the workplace

( front ), Hunters MD, Kevin Hollinrake and Director Glynis Frew  join members of staff in their new offices in Heworth, York   Piccture Frank Dwyer (29380220)

Hunters to float next month with £16.9 million price tag

From left, Green-tech project manager Tom Parker, Green-tech chairman Richard Kay, Green-tech managing director Rachel Kaye and Sutcliffe Construction managing director James Sutcliffe

Landscaping firm on track for move to new £2 million HQ

Outdoor activity firms team up for partner work

Outdoor activity firms team up for partner work

The Derwenthorpe development by David Wilson Homes, where 43 per cent of purchase were made through the Help to Buy scheme

Help to Buys helps house builder sell 1000 homes

Plans for new governors to improve enterprise in schools

Plans for new governors to improve enterprise in schools

The new smartphone app that could save your life

The new smartphone app that could save your life

Exterior shot of Hotel Du Vin. Picture: Ceri Oakes (29318879)

Hotel's parent company bought in £363 million deal

The distinctive "Cheesegrate" building in London, centre, caused problems for Severfield

Bolt replacement costs hit Severfield's profits

Kirsty Wright

New trails facility launched at horticultural research centre

Tracey Smith, managing director of York Science Park in the Catalyst building

City's science scene booming with growth in innovation and revenues

Jessica Valenghi

Latest appointments

From left Stephen O'Hara from OptiBiotix Health and Simon Bradbury from Appleyard Lees

Patent funding helps OptiBiotix continue product development pipeline

The UNESCO project aims to build on York's existing festival programme, including Illuminating York, pictured.

Duo's plan to showcase York under a new light

Gill (foreground), managing director of Reed Boardall Transport; with (from left) Sam Walton, operations manager for Reed Boardall Transport; Andrew Baldwin, managing director of Reed Boardall Cold Storage; and Paula Towers, head of operations for Reed Bo

Transport and storage firm invests in fleet additions

A David Wilson Homes development

Housebuilder's £75 million injection as house prices reach record high

Peter Byrne (29036728)

Benenden takes top spot for trust for a record breaking fifth consecutive year

Aerial view of what the site will look like

First look at new student development for York convent site

Aviva's Yorkshire House, pictured left, which has been identified as "an opportunity for sale" by the insurance giant. Picture : Garry Atkinson (29029337)

Aviva looks to sell York office as part of £225 million savings bid

Hunters continues on expansion path

Hunters continues on expansion path

Alex Birch and Christian Hunt of Langleys

Engineering firms combine to enlarge UK presence

FUND: Simon Allen, eft and Neville Baldry of Clive Owen LLP right.

Accountant secures £4 million grant for region's businesses

Sophie Jewett receives her award from Anthony Knowles of the National Apprenticeship Service.

Sophie's delight at regional award

Paul Snape (foreground) with, from left, Sarah Hone, Melanie Rice, Jane Burgess and Susan Reid

Marketing agency welcomes new contract wins

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