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Articles tagged with the tag: York

  • Starting up again

    Barry Dodd

    Over lunch at Swinton Park, Barry Dodd, chairman of the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Enterprise Partnership, tells BQ about the parallels between his organisation and past business successes.

  • Still sweet and rosy?


    A new museum aims to celebrate York’s connection with the chocolate industry, but is there still something worth celebrating in today's climate?

  • Mind the gap

    money THUMB

    New figures from several sources show Scotland, Yorkshire and the North East of England falling further behind the South in the private sector stakes.

  • Sunshine after the rain

    Gary Verity, Welcome to Yorkshire

    Yorkshire tourism boss Gary Verity tells BQ why the future remains bright despite clouds looming overhead.

  • Making Scarborough fair

    Making Scarborough fair

    A much neglected building could be a boost for Scarborough’s tourism industry. Only not so long ago that was a promise made at nearby Bridlington too. Peter Baber reports.

  • Scrubbed up nicely

    Warren Booth

    The Yorkshire Soap Company has brought highly dramatic retail to a former Yorkshire mill town. Its founder Warren Booth tells Peter Baber why he has always looked beyond his hobby.

  • Tighter times

    Tighter times

    A lack of funding is concentrating the minds of those involved in the new LEPS. Peter Baber finds out if this is a good or bad thing.

  • The meal deal

    Dan Curtis

    Dan Curtis is a man with a particularly direct way of running a company. His high standards have allowed his school catering company to became a particular success. Peter Baber reports.

  • All cut and dried

    All cut and dried

    The food supply industry can be calculated in billions but one Yorkshire firm is competing head on with the big boys, as Peter Baber discovers.

  • Unilateral assent

    York University's new campus

    York University’s new campus has not been without its controversial moments but it appears to be settling down, as Peter Baber reports.

  • Uniformity means stability

    Bernard Bunting

    One man’s vision of schoolwear manufacture as a niche area has revived a sector of the Yorkshire textiles business.

  • Forward or back?

    Yorkshire Forward

    Regional development agencies are being wound up, with their replacements still to be decided on. Peter Baber picks over the Yorkshire fallout