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Technology Business News - If you don t work in the Finance industry, you naturally aren t too concerned with financial services industry regulations. Yet some regulations don t just affect the people who work in the finance industry they affect everyone. All of us conduct financial transactions and, from time to time, need to share our personal data and therefore, we are all potential victims of cybercrime.

Global Finance Industry faces further regulation after pandemic exposes weaknesses

Technology Business News - Global healthcare leader Abbott have announced the release of their first Virtual Reality training program, powered by Oculus Go , aiming to fundamentally change how cardiologists are trained in using Optical Coherence Tomography OCT imaging technology.

Abbott launches flagship Imaging Technology VR Training Program for Cardiologists

Energy Business News - North East manufacturer Express Engineering, a global leader in equipment for the subsea energy industry, is flying high in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.

North East manufacturer is a top regional performer

Marketing Business News - Multi-award winning Digital Marketing agency, The SEO Works, have been chosen to manage the organic search strategy for Wessex Distillery - an artisan gin maker. With a huge amount of pedigree in the spirits industry, the family-owned distillery is looking to supercharge their online growth.

Wessex Distillery & The SEO Works raise a glass

Marketing Business News - Knutsford-based integrated marketing agency, 438 has launched a new division, specifically focused on offering SMEs a range of tailor-made brand support packages to help them power out of lockdown.

438 Marketing Introduces New Division to Aid SMEs Challenged by the Pandemic

Education Business News - Children are at greater risk of harm as their lives move increasingly online during lockdown in the COVID-19 pandemic, child protection bodies have warned. School closures and more reliance on digital platforms for learning, entertainment and communication can lead to increased safety risks.

Children at risk of harm during lockdown, charity warns

Marketing Business News - Luxury digital marketing agency, VERB Brands, has revealed the financial rollercoaster the company experienced as it navigated COVID-19 in 2020.

From 50% revenue loss in 10 days to VERB Brands most successful year on record

Health Business News - If there s ever been a time that has demanded a surge of self-care, it s now. Throughout the past year, the trend for self-care has rocketed. People everywhere have been using the lockdowns as an opportunity not only for self-improvement but for self-love.

Looking for Support During Lockdown? Find a Self-Care Book for Every Feeling

Energy Business News - Lockdowns and Winter Weather Lead to Home Energy Re-Think Survey reveals surge towards solar and new guide helps navigate home improvement options Lockdown, combined with this winter s cold weather, have led to a home energy re-...

Home Improvement Guide Created by Project Solar UK

Property Business News - Almost 200 homeowners and 30 team members at six retirement communities across the North West have received their first dose of the Coronavirus vaccine. Adlington Retirement Living, which owns the developments, has on-site management teams who have helped homeowners to book their individual appointments.

Adlington Retirement Living communities complete first round of Covid vaccines

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Education Business News - A chef at a Sunderland school is reaping the benefits of on-the-job experience by running his own kitchen just three years after joining the school catering team. Bishop Chadwick Catholic Education Trust BCCET employed Josh Kane as an apprentice in the kitchens of St Wilfrid s RC College, based in South Shields.

Award winning apprentice chef whips up healthy school meals

Marketing Business News - Staff numbers at creative agency Fluid Ideas have topped 40 following its latest recruitment drive to meet growing demand. Seven people have joined the Derbyshire agency in the past few months, taking overall staff numbers to a record high of 42.

Fluid Ideas adds seven staff to meet growing demand

Arts Business News - The word culture often evokes strong feelings of social integration, of learning, and of understanding other ways of life. In today s society, what we consider stylish or attractive is evolving as the world around us becomes smaller. We all know that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but what we class is beautiful is heavily influenced by culture.

How Has Asian Fashion Influenced Western Culture?

Property Business News - Arabella Durkin has been appointed as the group s new Sales amp Customer Care Manager and will be responsible for supporting the company s clients during the buying process. She will be looking after the properties at Harvey Homes inaugural development in Knutsford Swan Green but will also be involved in Harvey Homes future developments as well.

Harvey Homes strengthens residential team

Leisure Business News - It seems that we re saying goodbye to the winter period and hopefully welcoming some brighter, warmer climates in the near future. Therefore, it s time to start thinking about spring cleaning and maybe how you want your garden to look throughout the spring and summertime.

How to maintain your garden

Education Business News - A hugely successful leadership programme, created specifically to help SMEs build resilience and manage the impact of Covid-19, has secured funding to support an additional cohort of businesses from the region next month March , as well as confirming a second round of the programme to take place later this year.

Leadership programme secures funding to support more SMEs on road to recovery

Food Business News - The warmer months are right around the corner. Usually this would mean millions of Brits firing up the BBQ to enjoy al fresco dining with family and friends. However, due to Covid-19, the country has been on lockdown since March, meaning that social gatherings are no longer allowed as we tackle this pandemic.

The health benefits of BBQ food an expert guide

Legal Business News - When it comes to defamation cases, determining what is defamation, libel, or slander is sometimes difficult. Defamation is the act of making a statement about someone that is spoken in an accusatory way and has the potential to ruin their reputation. However, deciding whether something is an act of defamation or just an opinion is sometimes difficult to judge.

Employment Defamation Cases Examples and How to Deal With Them

Leisure Business News - So, whether you are looking to seek out the best day of the year to sit your driving test or insure ...

Best and worst driving days of the year

Property Business News - Leading Yorkshire developer Marrtree Investments has completed the first 40,000 sq ft, 3m phase of its 5.5m Marrtree Business Park at Thirsk, with tenants already signed up for seven of the scheme s 16 high-spec units.

80 new jobs in Thirsk as Marrtree completes phase one of £5.5m business park

Recruitment Business News - Considering this trend, experts are now advising against switching out work uniforms for loungewear let s look more closely at the future of working from home WFH and the impact that working in loungewear could be having on your mental health and productivity.

Most People Dont Feel Happy While Working in Loungewear. Heres Why

Finance Business News - Eleanor Temple, chair of insolvency and restructuring trade body R3 in Yorkshire and a barrister at ...

R3 respond to new legislation around pre-pack administrations

Technology Business News - Integrated risk management and cybersecurity provider, SureCloud, has recently secured a multi-million venture debt facility from growth lending specialists, BOOST amp Co.

SureCloud Secures Multi-million Pound Investment from BOOST&Co to Accelerate Gro

Property Business News - Founding partner Tom Bromwich secured the 3.1 million acquisition of a 53,000 sq ft industrial property on the Altham Industrial Estate in Accrington for a private property company. The purchase comes just days after the same investor bought four units at a site in Catterick, Yorkshire, for a similar amount.

More success as Bromwich Hardy helps clinch new multi-million deal

Marketing Business News - On Thursday 4th February the ninth annual, and first ever, Virtual Made in Manchester Awards, brought to you by future pro-manchester celebrated the best of Manchester s young business talent.

Region's young talent celebrated at The Made in Manchester Awards

Legal Business News - DRS, who deliver contract management services to some of the largest banks and asset managers, have grown their local team from 3 to 55 in three years, after securing more clients, and now occupy two floors within Marlborough House. The company have seen an increase in clients, as businesses look to save time and resource.

DRS heads significant growth in Newcastle

Finance Business News - Savings and loans provider Manchester Credit Union has reached a milestone of 12.5million savings by its Mancunian members as it celebrates its 30th anniversary. Starting up as Beswick and Openshaw Credit Union in 1991, it evolved into Manchester Credit Union and now serves 32,000 members across the city, as well as Bury, Rochdale, Tameside, Trafford, and the High Peak.

Manchester Credit Union celebrates 30th anniversary as savings pass £12.5M

Health Business News - February 2021 marks the 75th anniversary of St Joseph s Hospital in Newport, which was founded by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Annecy. A beautiful, historic stained-glass window depicting a vision of new life was this week presented to Sisters Bernadette and Susan to celebrate the anniversary.

75th Anniversary for South Wales Hospital

Charity Business News - Local food manufacturer Wrights Food Group has championed a carrier bag fundraiser which has generated thousands for local palliative care charity, Douglas Macmillan Hospice.

The Wrights move as charity carrier bag initiative raises thousands for Dougie

Education Business News - The acclaimed screenwriter has pledged to support The Proud Trust s new LGBT Centre in Manchester, a state-of-the-art centre to replace the original which opened its doors in the 1980s around the time that It s A Sin was set .

If youre in the closet in school or at home, then it might as well be 1981.

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