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In a venture to bring the extraordinary into York, and widen the repertoire of your taste buds, York will see a new venture next week into the world of gastronomy, with the Global Market coming to Parliament Street.
Record tourism figures were announced at Visit York’s annual Tourism Conference this morning, where two hundred businesses gathered to listen to an expert panel of speakers.
Two York businesses have been recognised as social pioneers, having been named in the Top 10 for Social Impact in the Smarta 100 list. Now they need your vote to win £10,000!
The former site of the White Swan hotel in Piccadilly is soon to be transformed into 18 newly furbished flats.
As the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon approaches, Lea Otremba considers the economic benefits the event is likely to bring, and points out a few perfect spots to catch a glimpse of the runners en route this weekend.
Unemployment in York has fallen to an five-year low, official figures released today revealed.
Family-run car retailer D M Keith Ltd, which has a SEAT dealership in York, is celebrating notching up 50 years in business.
Another honour for York’s independent business scene: York’s much beloved York Cocoa House is the national winner of the 2013…
City of York Council is to invest in new footfall cameras at several yet-to-be revealed locations across the city centre, helping the authority to gain a greater understanding of resident and visitor use and movement around the city.
Peter Joslin, a solicitor for Ware & Kay incorporating Sykes Lee & Brydson in York was today marking his retirement after 41 years.
Businesses and developers in York are being encouraged to get a slice of the pie with Venturefest 2014′s new competition: APPtitude.
York Youth Council is opening its doors to a new wave of young applicants seeking to make a difference in local politics.
For this week’s business Monday, we pose the question: What does it mean to be the owner of an independent business in our beautiful, ancient city? Where are the pros, where the cons?
York Theatre Royal have announced the appointment of architect and design team De Matos Ryan, who will work on the Capital re-development project that will see the theatre’s public spaces transformed during 2015.
Asda in York has been chosen as the first store location that will trial a miniature 3D printing service, with prices starting from £40 upwards.
David Cameron visited Portakabin’s Huntington headquarters today for a question and answer session with hundreds of the firm’s employees. Marketed as a ‘PM Direct’ session, The visit highlighted Yorkshire’s role in the national economic recovery.