Following on from the success of the Accelerate project in 2013, Creative Sheffield (part of Sheffield City Council) is once again providing financial support to local enterprises with a social impact.
Sheffield city region's business led delegation is gearing up to showcase the key investment opportunities across the region to the 20,000 exhibitors, delegates and journalists at MIPIM 2014 - the 25th anniversary of the world's premier real estate...
At 17, he took part in a Young Enterprise programme. At university in Birmingham, he helped his brother Michael set up a business capitalising on the wristband craze. ... and meetings with business owners, myself.
Forecast predicts big boost for Sheffield businesses The Star A Sheffield business leader has hailed figures predicting a sharp increase in UK economy growth – but warned against a recovery based on consumer debt.
The Star Sheffield's Spital Hill area set for retail revamp The Star The Spital Hill Shop Front Scheme, launched by Sheffield Council, will spruce up the frontages of businesses to create an attractive centre that people can be proud of.
Britons discovering enterpreneurial streak, claims businessman Yorkshire Post BRITONS have experienced a major cultural change in their outlook towards working for themselves, according to a Sheffield-born businessman honoured for his work in...
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... Enterprise Partnerships. It is also hoped that the opportunity to create start-up businesses will help counter the drift of graduates from provincial cities to London, although Sheffield has traditionally had a high retention rate.
There are many definitions of franchising but in general a franchise involves the granting of rights, to an individual or group, to market a company's goods or services within a certain territory or location.
The Star Collapse of Sheffield cupcake firm The Star She chose a creditors' voluntary liquidation and instructed Adrian Graham, of insolvency practitioners Begbies Traynor, to call a creditors meeting at its Sheffield office.
The Star Sheffield shoppers digging deep to support antiques quarter The Star Business owners are hoping to raise £18,000 through the 'crowdfunding' appeal – which has collected more than £800 so far – to help put the quarter truly on the map.
The Guardian Marketing strategies for achieving business growth The Guardian D'Aubrey also suggests looking at guerrilla marketing strategies, including posters and stickers, which can provide businesses with clever, cheap ways of reaching customers.
The Guardian Seasonal businesses: dealing with quieter months is critical to cashflow The Guardian "Although we're never going to be as busy in winter as summer, this is the most important long-term solution to help us grow successfully." Sign up...
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