The 2010 Women Into the Network Best Rural Business winner Amynta Warde-Aldam talks to bdaily

Amynta Warde-Aldam won the Women Into the Network Best Rural Business award in 2010. She tells bdaily about her business, Tulip and Nettle, what winning the award did for her and the company and also explains why others should enter the awards. Name: Amynta Warde-Aldam Business: Tulip and Nettle Award Won:…

Member News: Endeavour’s year of success

Business law firm, Endeavour Partnership, has continued its impressive growth by posting a 49% increase in profit and a 17% rise in turnover for its financial year ending July 2011.   Simon Wake, manager partner, comments: “Our strategy, which focuses purely on the business sector, is certainly working and looking…

Rugby World Cup competition: Win a game of Four Ball at Close House and a Spa Retreat Package at City Retreat

Marketing company MBL Solutions have launched their campaign for the Rugby World Cup. Using their tailor made micro site ( you can enter rugby related competitions and be in the running to win great prizes. Partnering with the likes of Newcastle Falcons, Jules B, Seaham Hall and City Retreat, the…

New plans to help unemployed

New measures have been unveiled by the government, which are set to offer jobseekers more help to get back into the workplace. Minister for Further Education John Hayes and minister for Employment Chris Grayling launched the pilot programme  in 22 centres which will significantly boost the number of careers advisors providing…

This weeks new appointments

The Port of Tyne have appointed Maxine Pott to the board as a non-executive director.  With over 20 years of experience in accountancy and business management, Ms Potts said she was looking forward to the challenges ahead.  Chair of the Port of Tyne, Sir Ian Wrigglesworth, said: “I am delighted to welcome…

Showing Racism the Red Card at work

A local charity group is launching its latest venture “Business Friends of Show Racism the Red Card”. Established in 1996, Show Racism the Red Card has worked tirelessly to combat racism in schools by harnessing the high profile of professional footballers to educate youngsters. Now Chief Executive Ged Grebby hopes to take…

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