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Businesses of all sizes and stripes need a wide range of skills to operate effectively. From your HR team through to sales and marketing, and the finance teams that ensure you’re turning a profit, there are so many areas of specialization that your team requires to find success.
Two business grants for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are helping businesses in Hull to thrive despite coronavirus measures.
The #GrowMySME schemes can help cover the cost of working with experts to help companies grow and become more resilient.
An expert from the charities team at Hull-based solicitors Rollits LLP is guiding charity trustees who may need to take urgent decisions during this difficult period.
Charities can make use of electronic communications to hold trustees’ meetings and to keep in touch during challenging times.
The Deep is one of many zoos and aquariums fighting for survival as the UK-wide lockdown due to coronavirus continues.
The closure during our busiest months of the year, Easter, in particular, is already having a major impact on finances, and despite the doors being closed to the public, essential work caring for the 3,000 animals that reside with us must continue.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has made grant payments to 1,942 small businesses worth a total of £19,420,000.
The council is working hard to support East Riding businesses during the hardship caused by the coronavirus lockdown through the Government’s business grants scheme and business rates relief.
Councillors have agreed to increase the council’s part of the council tax charge in the East Riding by 3.99% for the 2020-21 financial year.
The increase, which was agreed at a Full Council meeting on 13 February, will raise £6.8million of additional income for the council and will result in an increase of £57.64 a year for a Band D property.
Many of us have dreamt about owning that one special car since we were young, but unfortunately, now that we’re adults, it’s not always as easy as walking into a dealership, handing over the cash outright and picking up the keys.
If you haven’t given up on your dream, there are many other accessible ways that you can get your hands on that car – so here’s what you can do.
The success of British director, Steven Lewis Simpson’s adaptation of the bestselling novel, Neither Wolf Nor Dog defies logic—Hollywood logic that is.
Produced and financed by his UK company, with 18 shoot days in the US’s poorest region, a crew of two and a 95-year-old lead actor, the US self-distributed release was launched in small towns and outperformed Hollywood blockbusters in numerous multiplexes.
A dream has come true for pupils at a special school in the East Riding, who now have their own coach to transport wheelchair users to activities and events.
The 17-seater Sunshine Coach was provided to St Anne’s School and Sixth Form College at Welton by the children’s charity Variety, following the success of the school’s own fund raising efforts and generous donations from two local companies.
Hull City Council has announced the appointment of two new Corporate Directors.
David Bell, previously the authority’s Assistant City Treasurer, is promoted to the role of Director of Finance and Transformation after 19 years with the authority.
The team at cbaSadofskys, chartered accountancy practice had fun raising money for Red Nose Day.
Doing something funny for money, the whole practice ‘dressed-up’ instead of the usual dress-down Friday and everyone really went to town.
Government changes to the Vehicle Excess Duty (VED) will see a radical overhaul of how cars are taxed as of 1st April meaning the cost of ownership could increase. Local Vauxhall retailer, Evans Halshaw, is highlighting how these changes will impact on motorists.
The updated road tax measures will affect buyers of new cars as the revision of the vehicle tax bands could see motorists pay more for VED from April 2017. With that in mind, Evans Halshaw is recommending that motorists in the market for a new car consider buying it before the changes come into force.
Leading Beverley accountancy firm cbaSadofskys has appointed Katy Booth as its new Head of Corporate Finance.
Katy joins cbaSadofskys from an independent York-based practice, where she has been a Corporate Finance Associate since 2010. In addition to this role she acted as lead advisor on a large client portfolio of businesses, including UK SMEs, small groups of companies, LLPs and partnerships.
The final celebrations of Beverley Building Society’s 150th Anniversary will take place on 27 June with a garden party. To mark the occasion the Society will bury a time capsule. Local residents are invited to include an item that will be uncovered in 2067.
The time capsule will be buried on the premises, containing various items including a passbook, documents and photographs. The Society is appealing to members of the public to help fill it with objects that future generations will find interesting.