Bespoke Hotels Appointed to Manage Manchester’s Townhouse Hotel

Bespoke Hotels has been appointed to oversee management of Manchester’s Townhouse Hotel. Set beside the city’s renowned Portland Street, the 85-bedroom property, itself a former cotton...

New Partnership for RNCM and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts at ECU

The Royal Northerrn College of Music has agreed a new professional partnership with Edith Cowan University (ECU), home to the Western Australian Academy of...

Service Sector volumes grow but margins fall as costs rise

Demand in the services sector held up in the three months to August, with volumes in business and professional services growing at the fastest...

Extravision seizes Tomorrow today with new office

Digital agency Extravision is the latest exciting newcomer to join MediaCityUK, with an office move to creative and tech hub, Tomorrow. The business is planning a series of...

Budget Airline Jet2 to create 400 roles at Manchester Airport

Jet2 has announced a major recruitment drive, with a host of roadshows across the UK to fill over 1,700 Pilot, Cabin Crew and Ground...

Demand remains robust for UK Manufacturers says CBI latest survey

Manufacturing firms reported that order books were robust in August, while expectations for selling prices ticked up, according to the CBI’s latest monthly Industrial...

New Headquarters as Kellogg’s to locate to Media City

Kellogg’s has appointed workplace specialist TSK to create its new UK headquarters in MediaCityUK in Manchester. The 46000-square foot (three floors) design and build will...

Manchester tech firm lands Business Buddy Award

A digital tech firm from Manchester has scooped a special business award after launching a start-up incubator in its new offices and offering spaces...

VenueScanner launches in Manchester with over 500 local venues

VenueScanner, the UK’s leading shared marketplace for venues and events, has today launched in Manchester to kick-off its national roll-out. The website, which makes finding...

Weak spending as inflation and Brexit undermine Retail Sales

Retail sales increased by 0.3 per cent in July reflecting the hit to spending power from spiking inflation and fragile household confidence ahead of Brexit. Most...

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