The Apprentice is back on our screens and among the candidates fighting for a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar, is Charles Burns. Emma Steele spoke to the Manchester entrepreneur about fame, family and fortune.
Daniel Abrahams is the CEO of CurrencyTransfer.com, an award-winning global payments marketplace. Emma Steele finds out how his business is thriving thanks to crucial links with Leeds and Tel Aviv.
Tally Bookbinder gives JLife's Emma Steele a glimpse into her life as an internationally acclaimed celebrity makeup artist and hair stylist.
H&E North has scoured the area to give you some of the best examples of multi-purpose venues with a unique offering.
Take a walk along Lower Briggate in Leeds and you would be forgiven for innocently passing by a door that could be fairly described as 'non-descript'. I have done exactly this for many years, which is why I was surprised to discover that the aforementioned door is in fact the entrance to Lambert's House - a Leeds landmark that is over 400 years old.
Make sure your event goes down in history with H&E North's guide to venues of yesteryear.
H&E North checks out the Netherlands capital as a destination for an unforgettable and innovative conference experience.
Gooooood Morning, Leeds! One thing you should know about me, is that I am not a morning person. There has to be a damn good reason for me to set my alarm for the crack of dawn and not be able to press the snooze button at least three times.
It's time for summer's tropical patterns to step aside, as floral and botanical themes with a contemporary twist, make their mark on our homes this autumn. Here are JLife's top picks.
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Providing light, warmth and ventilation, as well as safety and security, there is no denying that windows and doors are functional necessities for any property. However, they are also instrumental in providing attractive and characterful traits. At David H Wright, we understand that choosing the right windows and doors is key to your property's visual appeal.
Online blogs, regional news outlets, review sites and community posts are a great way of unearthing the facilities and amenities of your chosen village, town or city. Seek recommendations for a reputable gym, enrol on a course or get the low-down on the nearby bars, cafes and restaurants.
You've completed your Paediatric First Aid or First Aid at Work training (or even our Paediatric First Aid and First Aid at Work combined course!) and before you know it, a year has passed, and it's time to undergo your recommended annual refresher training.
All the latest insights from Calls9, who help businesses launch websites, apps, intranets and digital experiences in record time. All content written by Emma Steele.
Here at Shoo, we love nothing more than working with businesses to create an effective social media strategy that is beneficial to their offering.
Our business is partnering exceptional talent with industry leading businesses. However, this post is not about selling our wares to you. We simply want to share our experience and specialist knowledge of facilities management to create a series of posts, which will highlight critical issues facing this industry.
If you have answered yes to at least one of these questions, then there's a simple reason - you're not putting yourself in front of the right people. Even if you think you boast a healthy pipeline, dig deeper - are they really genuine prospects with a high potential of becoming a paying customer or are they actually suspects wasting your time?
February is finally here, so it's time to banish the January blues and look ahead to what's in store at The Old Bakehouse!
Which Course Should I Attend? This is a question we often get asked by first aiders who work with both children and adults. In this blog, we'll get to grips with Paediatric First Aid and First Aid at Work, so you fully understand which of these training courses are right for you.
Whether it's in a professional or a personal capacity, you have probably 'failed' at something or the fear of failure has prevented you from doing something, sound familiar?
Building the new Superfast West Yorkshire and York broadband network has at times been a bit of a roller coaster; congested fibre routes, stoppages due to blocked ducts, and unable to locate the landowner are just some of the weekly challenges faced by the Openreach engineers.
We don't need to tell you that it pays to be connected but have you educated your employees in the importance of getting their face (and your business) in front of people? Face-to-face networking can pay dividends but thanks to the likes of LinkedIn, those employees whose jobs don't allow for this, can still stay well-networked.
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