Hull City Council is committed to identifying and promoting green solutions and technologies within the city.
The council is looking to appoint consultants to undertake detailed feasibility and project development studies for the possible installation of solar photovoltaic arrays and complementary energy system technologies to the rooftops of the Council’s corporate buildings.
Hull-based luxury holiday homes manufacturer, Victory Leisure Homes, continues to strengthen its leadership team with the appointment of Jamie Kirk as its commercial director.
Jamie – who has over 15 years experience in holiday home manufacturing – returns ‘home’ to Victory Leisure Homes, having previously held the title of regional sales manager between 2011 – 2017, as the business continues to realise its bold and ambitious growth plans.
Specialist, ultrafast broadband provider Quickline Communications Limited (“Quickline”) and Northleaf Capital Partners (“Northleaf”), a global private markets investment firm, are pleased to announce the appointment of two new Board members to support Quickline’s plans to bring full-fibre and all-new 5G technology to approximately 500,000 premises in rural Britain.
Hull based financial technology firm Expensemate has given Hull 4 Heroes the ability to respond quicker to veterans’ needs with three pre-paid cards, which speed up and monitor the transactions that are essential to running the charity.
Expensemate, which is part of the Rix Group, launched the only corporate expense card to offer credit in 2020. They have gifted the charity with three of their pre-paid cards – worth £252 a year in usual fees – to enable members of the Hull 4 Heroes team to respond quickly when supporting veterans.
Hull-based vehicle branding service Brandfixx is appealing for nominations to support a local charity in need.
Inspired by a wide range of amazing charities in Hull and the East Riding, Brandfixx is pledging to design, manufacture and apply new branding to their vehicle so they can spread their message whilst they’re out on the road.
Golf is started out as such a simple game, just one club, and a ball, and then it evolved to include many other things.
During the past decade or so, there have been various advancements in the industry, particularly with regards to new equipment and technology. Because of this, there are a few gadgets every golfer needs to increase their success rate on the course.
In most of today’s businesses, the success of a marketing strategy will rely heavily on data collection, management, and analysis.
If you guessed right, much of this data is acquired from customers and prospects, often from various sources. The amount of data will also balloon over time as a company grows, making its management more and more challenging.
Every business is looking to reduce costs, optimize performance, and earn more profits. Essentially, improving businesses consist of a few basic strategies that are relevant for every business regardless of its size and industry.
Behavioral scientists and productivity experts will tell you that the environment in which you work has a significant impact on your work performance and your overall state of mind.
Even the small things such as the amount of space you have on your desk, the number of windows you have in your office, the ambient temperature, and even the number of people you are sharing the space with, all have an impact on your workflow.
As part of the multi-million-pound Stoneferry Corridor project, smart technology will be installed at the road entries in Maxwell Street, Woodhall Street and Morley Street to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
The first of its kind in the city, intelligent road studs will be installed to detect cyclists on the footway and illuminate to warn vehicles a cyclist is crossing the junction.
In 2020, financial services were disrupted by a sudden switch to digitization and digital interactions. This was as a result of the impact made by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Exchange platforms closed down their trading operations and embraced remote/virtual trading. Mobile banking transactions became more popular, personal trading apps saw high transaction records, and equally call center personnel ensured customers’ needs were met from their living rooms.