The team at a Market Weighton grief charity are celebrating after reaching the regional finals of a national BBC Radio competition.
Talking about Loss has been shortlisted in the ‘Together’ category of the BBC’s ‘Make a Difference’ awards that recognise remarkable people and celebrate their achievements and contributions to lives in their communities.
A manufacturing business with a workforce of nearly 1,200 people and a charity which supports more than 9,000 children gained new impetus for their wellbeing programmes after a leading law firm presented first-hand experiences of personal struggles with mental health.
Rollits LLP also welcomed organisations from a wide range of other sectors including tourism, food production, technology and professional services to their Employment Workshop – Boosting Resilience in your Teams event which was one of the highlights of Humber Business Week.
Leading performance marketing agency Diony has completed an expansion into new premises after doubling its team during the last 12 months.
Managing Director Alistair O’Sullivan, who founded the business five years ago, has relocated from the original premises in the Old Town of Hull to the WORX, a former newspaper print centre that has been revitalised into a thriving hub for local businesses since being acquired by Allenby Commercial.
360 Chartered Accountants says it will be absorbing increased costs to help its clients as businesses face soaring energy and fuel prices as well as other increases due to Brexit and the war in Ukraine.
Hull College is to reinforce its vision for the development of young people and adults from across the region by taking a lead role in a festival of technology that brings together education and business from around the world.
The College has signed up as the first headline partner for Tech Week Humber incorporating Tech Expo, which will take place in various locations across Hull in November 2022.
Just a few opportunities remain to sponsor the region’s biggest event celebrating the success of women in the local business community.
The Women of Achievement Awards, organised by Women in Business Hull, are one of the most prestigious of their kind in Hull and East Yorkshire, and celebrate the achievements of female entrepreneurs, who either run their own business or hold a leading role in their profession, industry, organisation or charity.
The culture crew which was behind the release of dozens of decorative toads and moths onto the streets of Hull and East Yorkshire is appealing for help from commercial property owners and agents as it prepares to unleash a parade of puffins.
Organisers of Puffins Galore! are ready to take delivery of 40 giant models of the much-loved seabirds which will be painted up and then placed at towns and landmarks to create a new sculpture trail across the region.
For the last three months, thirty-three men and women from the 4th Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment, British Army Reserve have been responsible for force protection duties at the British Army Training Unit in Kenya (BATUK).
In the weeks before Christmas, the Yorkshire & Teesside based reserves from 4 YORKS took over the role at the East African training facility from 1st Bn The Royal Gurkha Rifles (1 RGR).