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  • Supplements  /  Food and Beverage  /  Manufacturers must work hard to avoid being part of a supermarket sweep THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    the likely major growth areas for the regional economy Viv Parry founder of Leeds based Exquisite Handmade Cakes says Yorkshire is a huge food manufacturing region and we should perhaps be considering providing more funded bespoke food production facilities Very often manufacturers due to lease costs are forced to operate from less than ideal for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS managers conduct after bank failure Leeds

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/729268-manufacturers-must-wor-hard-to-avoid-being-part-of-a-supermarket-sweep.html?news_section=728944 (2016-02-01)
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  • Supplements  /  Food and Beverage  /  Transparency is key when consumers are vulnerable THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    keep on top of Whilst the regulation that exists in relation to all products is broadly similar the difference within this industry is the associated risks and consequences when something goes wrong Teresa Hitchcock partner at law firm DLA Piper says Problems in the food chain can cause great risk to the consumer and because food is ingested the eff for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/729309-transparency-is-key-when-consumers-are-vulnerable.html?news_section=728944 (2016-02-01)
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  • Supplements  /  Food and Beverage  /  Power of Yorkshire brand can fuel food suppliers' growth ambitions THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    the focus of a discussion held for food and beverage manufacturers and suppliers in the region The discussion held in the plush surroundings of Rudding Park Hotel in Harrogate and sponsored by law firm DLA Piper and bank Santander kicked off with brand name and positioning how do businesses ensure that they get it right for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS managers conduct after bank failure

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/729491-power-of-yorkshire-brand-can-fuel-food-suppliers-growth-ambitions.html?news_section=728944 (2016-02-01)
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  • News  /  Tickets now on sale for 2016 Yorkshire Business Masters THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Masters 2016 after a record number of entries rolled in 146 businesses put themselves forward for the 11 categories celebrating the best of Yorkshire s businesses Judges will next week to draw up shortlists for the awards with the successful companies named shortly afterwards The awards which are being sponsored by RSM for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS managers conduct after bank failure Leeds Chamber calls

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730449-business-masters-2016-is-on-book-now.html (2016-02-01)
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  • News  /  The Big Manufacturing Debate to take place in March THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    improving but the sector is still heavily reliant on Europe for skills For this reason remaining in the EU is essential to support growth in this important industry sector the bedrock of the UK economy Squire Patton Boggs joined forces with TheBusinessDesk com to publish a Manufacturing Report across three regions in t for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS managers conduct after bank failure Leeds Chamber

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/729972-the-big-manufacturing-debate-to-take-place-in-march.html (2016-02-01)
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  • News  /  Record number of entries for Yorkshire Business Masters THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    11 awards more than 50 entries than last year as the region s businesses enthusiastically embraced the opportunity to shout about their successes The entries will be discussed and dissected at a judging session in late January with the shortlist announced at the start of February Alex Turner e for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled Investigation launched into HBOS managers conduct after bank failure Leeds Chamber calls for politicians to

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/729523-record-number-of-entries-for-yorkshire-business-masters.html (2016-02-01)
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  • News  /  Last day for 2016 Business Masters submissions - enter now THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    too quick for some companies who have pleaded for an extension to enable them to get their entries in The entry deadline is today Friday December 18 The awards which are being held on Thursday March 17 at New Dock Hall in Leeds aim to celebrate excellence in enterprise and entrepreneurship across the region Around 500 people will attend the awards which is bei for the full story register now for free or login below Your Email Your Password Remember me Previous Article Next Article Appetite for Yorkshire restaurants on the up Private businesses can profit from technological i Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Reluctance to take calculated risk can inhibit gro Fashion ball struts its way across the Pennines af Budget Analysis Fiscally neutral but banks hit by Chancellor announces city deal for West Yorkshire Cheers all round as Black Sheep Brewery agrees Yor Business Partners scheme hits the right note ahead TheBusinessDesk TV Debbie Jackson and Janie Newt Print this page Have your say Send to a friend More News News Archive 250 jobs at risk as BIS plans office closure IT company swoops for Tech City datacentre firm Plans to redevelop Headingley Stadium unveiled

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/729280-entry-deadline-for-2016-business-masters-extended-to-friday.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Brown Butler, Leeds, Accountancy, THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    White Corporate Finance Partner Brown Butler is an independent firm of chartered accountants based in the centre of Leeds For over 90 years we have provided business advice to successful companies and individuals throughout the North of England Integrity is at the heart of all that we do our focus is on developing long term beneficial relationships with our clients to ensure that we gain a deep understanding of their needs and create effective solutions Through combining technical excellence and a passion for client service our highly experienced and talented team deliver the best advice to our broad portfolio of clients At Brown Butler our focus is ensuring that client s financial requirements are taken care of giving complete peace of mind that everything from statutory compliance matters right through to the more complex technical and commercial issues that arise will be dealt with efficiently Our extensive expertise and experience enable us to provide our clients with unrivaled support allowing them to maximise their business s potential Our clients cover a wide range of business sectors and include established family companies small niche enterprises fast growing new businesses and large corporate clients In addition to the traditional accountancy audit and

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/183/ (2016-02-01)
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