A new spice importing business has joined forces with a long-established food wholesaler in a distribution partnership which is gearing up to support the hospitality sector as it bounces back from lockdown.
Tapasya Spices has added Dee Bee Wholesale to its expanding ranks of distributors as it works to deliver its exclusive range of spices, rice and pulses to retailers and hospitality businesses nationwide.
A dyslexic entrepreneur is seeking the help of businesses and employees as he works to develop an assistive tool that will make email easier for people who share his condition.
Hull-based Dileepa Ranawake, who was diagnosed with dyslexia at 18, is drawing on his background in technology and health projects to create Jisterly.ai, which will enable dyslexic people to read and prioritise their emails up to five times faster without having to open them.
Ideal Heating, experts in heating and hot water solutions is working with recruitment consultancy Emmerson Kitney to appoint 10 skilled engineers as part of a team within the new environmental division working on the development of industry-leading products that will contribute to the UK’s net-zero target.
The government’s roadmap for ending lockdown proposes 12 April for holiday parks to re-open, yet coronavirus infection transmissions remain a grave concern, as well as being a challenge for hygiene teams.
In response, an East Yorkshire static caravan manufacturer, Sunseeker Holiday Homes, has pledged to protect staff, customers and holidaymakers, by commissioning Cicada Antimicrobial Surface Protection Services.
A move to the picturesque village of Swanland in East Yorkshire means Maureen and Rob Fitz-John are now within easy reach of their five grandchildren.
Having decided to downsize to be closer to their family, the active grandparents sold their previous four-bedroom property, 15 miles away in Lockington, taking advantage of valuable practical and financial help from Redrow.
Chameleon Business Interiors has grown its team with the appointment of three new hires, as the commercial interior specialist business continues to grow.
Thomas Wormleighton joins the business as an estimator, Sarah Lister as business development manager for the Midlands and Phoebe Barbour sets out on her career, joining Chameleon as part of an advanced apprenticeship.
The Winter Grant Scheme has been extended meaning that households in Hull that are most in need will benefit from further food and fuel support.
Families in Hull that live in an area of extreme fuel poverty and are medically vulnerable, are set to receive £50 towards the cost of energy, and families of children entitled to free school meals will continue to receive these through the summer half-term in May.
As children and young people make their return to school after almost a year of home-schooling, the local NHS is introducing two Mental Health Support Teams (MHST) to support pupils in Hull with their mental health and wellbeing.