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  • News  /  100 profit warnings from listed businesses in just three months THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    have reached their highest number since 2009 when the global recession was at its fiercest Analysis by EY showed there were 100 warnings by businesses on the London Stock Exchange in the final quarter of 2015 They included Wakefield based retailer Bonmarche which saw i 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 work with business in

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  • News  /  Ryan Sidebottom and Tim Bresnan to speak at business networking lunch THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Connect Cricket Business lunch on February 26 Yorkshire stars Tim Bresnan and Ryan Sidebottom will be the guest speakers at the event which is sponsored by Brewin Dolphin The season preview lunch for Yorkshire s business community will be at Bibis Italianissimo on Friday February 26 2016 It follows on from the 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/730530-ryan-sidebottom-and-tim-bresnan-to-speak-at-business-networking-lunch.html? (2016-02-01)
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  • People  /  CSR: Laisterdyke Business College, Doncaster Sheffield Community Fund, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Bradford Four accountants from the firm have been mentoring a class of business students Waseem Khan Aisha Parpia Edward Hayter and Amy Reeves supported the Mosaic Business Enterprise Challenge which aims to help students learn essential business skills Waseem Khan from Hentons said We challenged students to create and market a new product In the process they learn about key business issues 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

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730717-csr-laisterdyke-business-college-doncaster-sheffield-community-fund-yorkshire-air-ambulance.html? (2016-02-01)
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  • Gordons LLP, Leeds, Accountancy, THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    Search Companies Search People By Sector Select a sector Accountancy Advertising Marketing Architects Banking Finance Building Construction Business Services Digital Agency Education Engineering Estate Agents Surveyors Healthcare Home Services Insurance Interiors IT Communications Legal Services Manufacturers Media Production Motoring Recruitment Restaurants Catering Services Travel Leisure By letter Name Gordons LLP Riverside West Whitehall Road Leeds LS1 4A Region Leeds T 0800 138 1188 E 0800 138 1188 Gordons LLP View

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  • News  /   Domestic sales slow at end of year at £2.6bn-turnover group THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    its profit expectations after a tough year In October the Sheffield based group had warned deteriorating market conditions would hit profits which had caused an immediate 20 drop in its share price SIG s guidance then was for underlying pre tax profit of 85m 90m which it has reaffirmed today The FTSE 250 company had annual sales of 2 57bn up 3 6 in constant currency Acquisitions contributed 3 4 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

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730128-domestic-sales-slow-at-end-of-year-at-2.6bn-turnover-group.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Deals/Restructuring  /  Deals List  /  Yorkshire corporate deals review in association with Gordons THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    a busy year for corporate deals in Yorkshire The standout deal in December 2015 was Bowmark Capital s 51m acquisition of vehicle rental business Nexus but it was just one of several high profile transactions Nexus is a true Yorkshire success story founded in Leeds in 1999 the firm supplies over 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 Chamber calls for

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/news/730120-yorkshire-corporate-deals-review-in-association-with-gordons.html? (2016-02-01)
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  • Louise Connacher, Leeds, Legal Services, Business Directory, THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    House East Parade Leeds LS1 5BD Connect via Louise studied Law at Emmanuel College Cambridge and completed her legal training at Addleshaw Sons Latham in Manchester specialising in employment law In May 1996 she moved across the Pennines to join Lupton Fawcett Denison Till Louise helps clients with a whole spectrum of employment law issues from recruitment right through to dismissal These can include discrimination contractual matters disciplinary procedures and family friendly rights Louise has particular expertise in TUPE discrimination and data protection She works with a number of clients in the education charities and not for profit sector Her clients include Leeds City College Bradford Grammar School The Grammar School at Leeds the Hollybank Trust and the Higher Education Academy Louise also speaks regularly at seminars on behalf of the firm and is often a guest speaker for external organisations including the CIPD Her seminars are practical and to the point and she is consistently rated as excellent by delegates Louise often appears in the local press and on BBC Radio and TV as an employment law expert and is consistently listed as a key individual in her field in the Chambers UK and Legal 500 directories In recent

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  • Lupton Fawcett Denison Till, Leeds, Legal Services, THEBUSINESSDESK.COM
    we do rather than what we do That is to say providing legal services is what we do but so do all lawyers the manner in which we deliver those legal services is the how we do what we do The difference in the way in which we deliver those legal services is the key to our culture It s what we call law of advantage We are commercial in our approach we do not lead our clients into battles where the cost is not justified by the benefit we are prepared to think in an untraditional way we use our network to the mutual advantage of our clients and contacts we work hard to understand our clients real objectives and to know them and their organisations and we try do all of this in an approachable friendly and easily accessible way The culture of the law of advantage is reflected by everyone in the firm from our office juniors to our Managing Director Our approachable team is reassuring straight talking open minded and forward thinking We really thrive upon working with like minded businesspeople It inspires us It helps build trust and promotes the freeflow of dynamic thinking We believe it s what gives our practice the edge And we know it s what gives our clients the law of advantage If you would like further information please do not hesitate to contact Richard Marshall either by telephone 0113 280 2123 or e mail richard marshall lf dt com or any other Member of the Firm whom you may know Client testimonials Our flexible approach has recently been highly praised in the leading law firm directory Chambers and Partners It pulled out all the stops to do the work on a timely basis The lawyers have got the technical

    Original URL path: http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/241/ (2016-02-01)
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