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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  PTSG pays out £390,000 in shares from 2014 deal THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    shares to the former owner of Acescott Management Services Acescott a London based high level cleaning rope access and working at height company became part of PTSG in July 2014 458 190 shares have now been issued as part of the sale agreement PTSG bought Acescott during its current acquisitive streak that peaked with 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 Add a deal 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/730537-ptsg-pays-out-390-000-in-shares-from-2014-deal.html?news_section=253059 (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Pre-pack administration saves jobs at textile supplier THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    cards for the textile industry It expanded into the carpet and soft furnishings trade It had been trading since 1961 After installing new equipment in 2015 the business encountered significant and costly production difficulties This led to cash flow issues On 8 January David Wilson of DFW Associates was appointed as administrator of the business Mr Wilson neg 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 Add a deal 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

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730482-jobs-saved-as-textile-supplier-goes-in-administration.html?news_section=253059 (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Merger creates £10m-turnover law firm THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    enlarged firm will have annual revenues of 10m and employs 150 staff in its offices in Leeds Bradford and Huddersfield Armitage Sykes which can date its history back to 1751 when it was known as Crosland Fenton will rebrand later this year Schofield Sweeney chairman Chris Schofield described the merger which specifically bolsters his firm s depth in private client and residential property 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 Add a deal 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

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730478-merger-creates-10m-turnover-law-firm.html?news_section=253059 (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Partnership takes sole control of Sheffield schools project THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    HICL Infrastructure and Kajima Partnerships had created a joint venture vehicle which owned 50 of the project but has now bought the other 50 from Kier Group Pension Scheme The deal means HICL now holds a 75 stake and Kajima has 25 of the project which is a 26 year PFI concession that involves the design construction financing maintenance and operation of two primary 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 Add a deal 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/730446-partnership-takes-sole-control-of-sheffield-schools-project.html?news_section=253059 (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Brantano appoints administrators three months after £12m deal THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    in a 12m deal Joint administrators Tony Barrell Mike Jervis and Rob Hunt from PwC took control of the shoe retailer creating an uncertain future for Brantano s 2 000 staff which includes 180 in its Yorkshire stores Alteri Investors which specialises in buying distressed assets bought Brantano and Jones Bootmaker from Dutch based Macintosh Retail Group in October Diff 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 Add a deal 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/730430-180-yorkshire-jobs-at-risk-as-retailer-appoints-administrator.html?news_section=253059 (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Leather manufacturer creates jobs after funding package THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    in new machinery to keep up with customer demand The firm said it had seen a substantial upturn in orders and had been helped by Yorkshire Bank in acquiring a leather cutting machine to fulfill them The company has employed three more people as a result Yarwood said it has seen a return of manufact 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 Add a deal 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/730396-leather-manufacturer-creates-jobs-after-funding-package.html?news_section=253059 (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Deals List THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    up rival 26 01 2016 PTSG pays out 390 000 in shares from 2014 deal 25 01 2016 Two IT providers acquired by technology group 25 01 2016 Pre pack administration saves jobs at textile supplier 25 01 2016 Merger creates 10m turnover law firm 22 01 2016 Partnership takes sole control of Sheffield schools project 21 01 2016 Brantano appoints administrators three months after 12m deal 21 01 2016 Leather manufacturer creates jobs after funding package 21 01 2016 Recycling firm agrees 4 5m deal to acquire warehouse 20 01 2016 Healthcare investor buys out Bowman Riley division 19 01 2016 Temporary paint marks Finance Yorkshire s 100m milestone 18 01 2016 Jobs in jeopardy after furniture business goes into administration 18 01 2016 5m bank loan will be used to drive sales towards 50m 15 01 2016 62 6m in funding for Anaplan 14 01 2016 HERE is the fourth acquisition for growing property group 14 01 2016 Yorkshire corporate deals review in association with Gordons 14 01 2016 Airedale creates 55m turnover business after acquisition 13 01 2016 Accountancy firm makes an acquisition to strengthen mid market offering 13 01 2016 Law firm saves 150 jobs with

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/deals-list.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Deals List  /  York Mailing Group completes another acquisition THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    its second acquisition of the year The business based in Elvington near York has bought Go Direct Marketing GDM Founded in 1999 and based in Otley GDM has a strong background in mail order retail marketing strategy and data analysis Clients include Pure Collection Cox Cox Wrap Thompson Morgan The Handpicked Collection French Connection Brook Taverner and the busi 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 Add a deal 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

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/671596-york-mailing-group-completes-another-acquisition.html (2016-02-01)
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