Businesses will be surveyed next week about their training and recruitment priorities as part of a partnership set up by the government to address skills shortages.
Hull and East Yorkshire Local Skills Improvement Partnership (LSIP) encourages employers, training providers, and stakeholders to attend the event regardless of whether they participated in the survey.
Western Docklands Masterplan public consultation is underway for six weeks.
Last month, Hull City Council’s Cabinet backed the masterplan, which suggests a range of different uses, with an emphasis on employment land to the west and residential/commercial and leisure land to the east.
A ceremony to award the winners of the East Riding Festival of Words Poetry Competition 2022 will be held this week.
On Friday, 27 January, from 6pm to 8pm, North Bridlington Library will host an event celebrating the winning entries. It will be an opportunity to hear from the judges and listen to the winning entries at the Poetry Extravaganza. You can get tickets for this event for free right now.
This Saturday (14 January), Sewerby Hall opens a new exhibition. A look at social, cultural, political and technological landmarks of the final decade of the twentieth century is explored in Cool Britannia: Britain in the 1990s.
As Britain recovered from Thatcher’s turbulence in 1990, it welcomed a new prime minister – the affable John Major, who was mocked for his dullness and love of peas.
Hull-based Assured Marketing was founded in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. Jack Story noticed that small businesses were struggling with the sudden lack of footfall and the urgent need to focus on digital engagement while working at a large company.
In response, he and his business partner Connor Hewson founded a company that simplifies complex services such as search engine optimization.
Experts will discuss how Humber businesses can grow by hiring more women leaders at a new free event this January.
Business leaders, HR and recruitment professionals, and anyone who wants to see more diversity in business will benefit from Shattering The Glass Ceiling: How Women Leaders Can Mean Better Business. Aura Innovation Centre at Bridgehead Business Park will host the free event on Friday 20 January at midday.
In an effort to help Hull families cope with the cost of living this Christmas, Hull City Council is providing free parking in the city centre and funding to cut bus fares.
On Saturdays and Sundays throughout December, shoppers can park for free in the council’s multi-storey car parks on Osborne Street, Pryme Street, and George Street. There is no need to purchase a ticket.
After hitting their targets by the end of November, a team of business professionals is pushing forward with a million-pound charity push-up campaign.
Taking part in the 100 Push-ups November Challenge in aid of Cancer Research UK, Hull-based John Flanagan, Chris Knight, and Craig Ingram will be joined by Hull exile Edward Horsfall as the “Cheltz Lads” team.
For the first time since receiving charitable status, 360 Grassroots Foundation is accepting funding applications for grassroots sports in Hull.
Founded by 360 Chartered Accountants, the Foundation will offer financial assistance to families and caregivers of children in the HU1 to HU9 postcode areas who are struggling to pay for sports subscriptions, equipment, or travel.