Hull City Council and its partners will be hosting various events across the city in support of TravelWise Week, a world-wide, week-long travel challenge where sustainable travel organisation, Modeshift, encourages everyone to travel wisely.
It is the council’s ambition to make Hull cleaner, greener and healthier by encouraging residents to choose active forms of travel like walking, cycling or taking the bus.
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.
More than 80 per cent of participants who completed the latest ‘Maritime Futures’ training programme have gained employment within the maritime sector.
The fourth Maritime Futures cohort has seen 11 young people, aged between 16 and 25 complete the course, with nine securing employment by the end of the course. The group was presented with their certificates by Councillor Rob Pritchard, Portfolio Holder for Communities and Culture.
The team at the University of Hull’s Aura Innovation Centre are calling for people to use this year’s Humber Business Week to take action to make their organisations greener.
The Humber’s net-zero centre, Aura Innovation Centre, which supports small businesses to bring their low carbon ideas to life, will be running several events over the week which will help organisations begin their journey to sustainability.
The UK’s largest manufacturer of touring caravans, motorhomes and holiday homes has pledged its support to a charity on its doorstep which is transforming detection techniques for serious medical conditions.
Swift Group, based in Cottingham, East Yorkshire, has confirmed the Daisy Appeal as one of its chosen charities and will help to raise funds for the ongoing development of life-saving and life-changing facilities and treatments at Castle Hill Hospital, which is also in Cottingham.
A high-profile political figure who admits to being “something of a lifelong republican” will be quizzed at Humber Business Week about his belief that the Queen is “one of the great enduring winners of our lifetime”.
Alastair Campbell will be invited to discuss the stories and research behind his book Winners and How They Succeed when he appears in the first of this year’s Elevenses interviews at the University of Hull’s Aura Innovation Centre on Tuesday 7 June.
Work on converting a former radio studio into high-end office space and apartments has been placed on hold after the arrival in the building of a colony of puffins.
The birds may be fibreglass rather than flesh and feathers, but they appealed to Rachel and James Murray’s passion for culture and have brought work to a standstill at their site, The Boathouse offices, next to Hull Marina.
Key figures from politics, culture and sport will deliver a different perspective on the corporate world when they line up for one of the highlights of Humber Business Week.
The Elevenses sessions will welcome political heavyweight Alastair Campbell, one of the most performed writers in the English language John Godber and international boxing champion Tommy Coyle for a series of interviews with Paul Sewell – Chair of Sewell Group and a co-founder of Business Week – at the University of Hull’s Aura Innovation Centre.
A charity that is working to offer UK-leading detection and personalised treatment facilities for patients with cancer, heart disease and dementia has unveiled the equipment inside the new £8.8m Molecular Imaging Research Centre (MIRC) which it will move into this summer after the disruption of Covid.
A cosmic interpretation of found objects from a chimney sweep’s brushes to the lid off a garden well have combined to create the first exhibition for nearly three years at the University of Hull Art Gallery.
Hull-based artist Andi Dakin is the man behind “Energy, Matter and the Milky Way” and will present a talk on Saturday 26 March about the exhibition, which runs until Monday 2 May.
The popular exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery, ‘Reflections of Japan in East Yorkshire’ will close at 3.45pm on Saturday, 26 March.
‘Reflections of Japan in East Yorkshire’ is a unique exhibition bringing together a selection of items from private collections across East Yorkshire and contemporary woodblock prints by Laura Boswell.
As part of the exhibition, ‘Hidden: Cold War Women’, artist Lee Karen Stow will be giving a talk in the Treasure House in Champney Road on Saturday, 12 March at 1.30pm.
The talk will be a chance to hear about Lee’s photographic travels that have revealed the unheard stories of women survivors of war and conflict from around the world, as well as close to home. This event marks this year’s International Women’s Day.
A charity that is working to improve the detection and treatment of cancer, heart disease and dementia has taken a big step towards its fundraising target with the help of leading property development company Wykeland Group.
Prof Nick Stafford, Chair of the Daisy Appeal, hopes other businesses will be inspired by the generosity of Wykeland as the charity approaches the final stages of fitting out a UK-first Molecular Imaging Research Centre (MIRC) at Castle Hill Hospital in East Yorkshire.