Members News Articles

Analysis: delays to building new UK power generation creates energy security ‘crunch point’ in 2028

By Drax Group PLC | 27 February 2024

Yorkshire Garden Centres branches out into North Yorkshire with two additional sites

By TGC (2015) Ltd | 27 February 2024

Yorkshire Garden Centre Group celebrates the arrival of spring with launch weekend

By TGC (2015) Ltd | 27 February 2024

Help shape Front Street improvements

By City of York Council | 26 February 2024

Make a difference this Great British Spring Clean

By City of York Council | 26 February 2024

How your business can support St Gemma’s Hospice and help provide vital care and support to local people in Leeds

By St Gemma's Hospice | 26 February 2024

C-Kore Sales Team expanding in 2024

By C-Kore Systems Limited | 26 February 2024

Yorkshire Building Society appoints new Chief Finance Officer

By Yorkshire Building Society | 23 February 2024

State-of-the-art airport scan complete as Teesside gears up for Summer season

By Teesside International Airport | 23 February 2024

Leeds Beckett University and ARC launch building insulation innovations

By Leeds Beckett University | 22 February 2024

Trio of appointments boosts chemical team

By Airedale Group | 22 February 2024

Is it time to introduce the right to disconnect?

By Hethertons LLP | 21 February 2024

Resident feedback brings changes to cashless parking plans

By City of York Council | 21 February 2024

It’s Clean clears the way for hat-trick of double digit growth

By It's Clean Ltd | 20 February 2024

The Fishermen’s Mission Charity grow in Yorkshire

By @marketing | 20 February 2024

Wyedean Weaving unveils 200k Haworth mill investment

By Yorkshire Business Editor | 18 December 2023

A 150-year-old Grade II listed mill in Haworth has had a £200k facelift thanks to family business Wyedean Weaving. Bridgehouse Mill was among the first water powered textile mills on the River Worth 1 and was pivotal in Haworth’s role in the industrialisation of the textile industry. Now home to Wyedean Weaving’s production of ceremonial…

Teesside voted best UK airport

By Yorkshire Business Editor | 8 December 2023

Passengers have voted Teesside International Airport as the Best UK Airport for Leisure Travel at the country’s biggest travel awards. The airport picked up the gong at the British Travel Awards – the largest survey of consumer opinion on everything to do with leisure travel. The awards cover the whole holiday sector, with travel companies,…

Five reasons why going digital is good for your learners

By Yorkshire Business Editor | 15 December 2022

Before 2020, a digital revolution was happening, but following the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, this digital revolution has accelerated. With many businesses now working from home, a flexible working structure being called for, and less face-to-face contact, digital work practices have now become a necessity. But converting to digital has often been perceived as…

What skills does your business need to thrive?

By West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce | 12 December 2022

West & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce has received a significant step forward in the delivery of its Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIPs) following confirmation from the Department of Education that it has approved its delivery plan and we now need you as business leaders to help us take this forward. West & North Yorkshire…

Ensuring safety in autonomous systems

By Yorkshire Business Editor | 9 December 2022

Robotics, autonomous systems and artificial intelligence have the potential to transform the way we live, travel and work. From driver-less cars and remotely monitored ships, to virtual assistants and robotic machinery, these technologies increasingly play a defining role within healthcare, transportation, manufacturing and the wider economy. Many Yorkshire businesses are keen to realise the full…

Welcome to the Knowledge Exchange at Leeds Beckett

By Leeds Beckett University | 5 December 2022

What is knowledge exchange? And how could working with a university open the doors to business growth and innovation? Natalie Allen, Head of Business Partnerships at Leeds Beckett University, explains how Leeds Beckett is growing the region’s business community through knowledge exchange. We know that for businesses, just the thought of engaging with a university…

New international trade qualification will help boost companies trading overseas

By Yorkshire Business Editor | 10 November 2022

A major new nationally accredited trade award, open to West and North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce members, has been launched by Chamber International. Announced at the annual Multimodal Exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham in June, this latest qualification from Chamber International’s successful ‘Excellence Academy’ is equivalent to an A Level or NVQ level 3.…

Change and challenge

By University of Leeds | 4 November 2022

Change and challenge is driving innovation to a new level in Leeds City Region says Dr Martin Stow, Chair and Director of University of Leeds’ innovation hub Nexus. Businesses have seen so much change – from Brexit and COVID, to Government instability, the cost of living and climate crisis – but as well as presenting…

Low energy, high value

By Leeds Beckett University | 31 October 2022

Leeds Beckett leads the way with pioneering new toolkit to evaluate success of retrofitting Yorkshire homes Leeds Beckett University has been leading the way to a low carbon built environment for the last 30 years – through the Leeds Sustainability Institute (LSI). The LSI’s research expertise around how to build new low energy homes –…

Making manufacturing inclusive, interactive and inspiring

By Yorkshire Business Editor | 25 October 2022

Pupils from 40 schools and more than 30 local employers came together to share experiences of a career in Bradford’s manufacturing sector, including pupils of Oastlers School in Bradford and Keighley who are working with Cleckheaton-based cosmetic and personal care manufacturer Orean. Based on West 26 Industrial Estate in Cleckheaton and employer of a 238-strong…