A business which has been pioneering the development of communications and IT services in Hull and East Yorkshire since 1904 is stepping up to play a major role in an event aimed at building the digital skills base for businesses and the wider community.
KCOM has been announced as the Leading Connectivity Partner for Tech Week Humber, a week-long festival of events which kicks off on Monday 7 November and will highlight products and services from exhibitors in industry and education.
Awards that reward the region’s best, brightest, most successful, and innovative tourism businesses will return in 2022 and will continue to be a route to national recognition.
The 2022 Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards, the REYTAs, organised by tourism body Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY), has been officially relaunched culminating in an awards event in November 2022.
Judges and sponsors of a business awards event which is all about people praised the resilience and ambition of nominees and urged employers to commit to greater collaboration as a route to improving skills.
Global healthcare giant Reckitt gave a glimpse of its efforts behind the scenes which protected staff and customers during the pandemic and led to double success in a business awards scheme.
Another double winner, Synergi Finance, highlighted the innovative approach which brought success in the People in Business Awards (PIBA) as well as in the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (NACFB) awards.
Businesses across the Humber region have stepped up to give their backing to an awards scheme that focuses on recognising the efforts of employees and which this year will expand to present three events.
The People in Business Awards (PIBA) are accepting nominations now for their trio of celebrations with the Hull & East Yorkshire People in Business Awards back for the third year and now joined by the Northern Lincolnshire People in Business Awards and the Yorkshire Coast People in Business Awards.
The Culture Train Tour 2021 is once again bringing a taste of the Hull music scene to communities in East Yorkshire after being derailed by the pandemic in 2020.
The fifth and final date of this years tour brings musicians to play at St Mary’s in Beverley on Saturday 27th November with a lineup of Diddie Hair, The Cox Brothers, Jackson D, The Quicksilver Kings and Ruth Scott and James Wood of the Late Night Marauders.
Beverley families struggling with debt and money problems are offered hope as a new debt advice centre is launched in Beverley.
The new centre is part of the Community Money Advice network where trained debt advisers offer free, confidential, face-to-face advice and support to help people find relief from debt and financial hardship.
The annual East Yorkshire Local Food and Rural Tourism Network Event will take place virtually on Monday, 22 March.
The free event, with a short but packed programme, running from 10am-12noon via Zoom, will this year focus on the resources and opportunities available to work together to help businesses grow during these uncertain times.
In view of the continuing escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic, East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Hull City Council have taken the decision to postpone this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards (REYTAs).
Tourism businesses across Hull and East Yorkshire are being urged not to miss out on the chance to grab an industry “Oscar” and put themselves firmly in the spotlight.
The “go for glory” fanfare was sounded by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire’s acting tourism manager Will Hall with the deadline for this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards – the REYTAs – fast approaching.
Awards that reward the region’s best, brightest, most successful and innovative tourism businesses have been given a significant boost with the news that they will also now be a route to national recognition.
The 2020 Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards, the REYTAs, organised by tourism body Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY), are officially launched.
When Beverley Town Council organised the first Food Festival in 2006, little did they know it would go on to be an annual success enjoyed by thousands of people.
The original idea was to bring a few producers from Beverley’s rural hinterland into the town centre to help celebrate local food, so on a crisp Sunday morning in 2006, thirty-five producers set up their stalls along with a small Food Theatre.