Business Supplements

Best Places To Work In The North East

Business Supplement: Best Places to Work

There are many good reasons why it's great to live and work in the North East

Business Supplement: Family Law

Family Law
Family law issues have become more and more complex over the past few years for many reasons. This 8-page supplement looks at some of the expert advice available

Business Supplement: North Tyneside Focus

North Tyneside Focus
There can be no doubt that North Tyneside punches above its weight when it comes to what it can offer investors and businesses

Business Suppplement: NHS and Healthcare - Sintons Law

An 8-page specialist expert legal advice guide for healthcare professionals, businesses and organisations

Business Supplement: Business Annual Review, 2014

Annual Business Review of the Year
Read our 24-page Business Annual Review supplement, looking back at an eventful year for the North-East economy
Energy, Marine and Offshore Industry

Business Supplement: Energy, Marine and Offshore Industry

The Journal is pleased to present the second of its twice annual publications covering the North of England's Energy, Marine and Offshore industry

Washington Oil and gas recruitment firm strike £50m sales

Helen Smith, with Andrew Hopper (left) and Andrew Gaunt (right)
Washington-based Oil Consultants, which provides top talent to the global oil and gas industry, forecasts revenues of up to £50m for the current financial year, up from £27m in the year to July 2013, growth the firm attributes to its rapid geographical expansion

Business Supplement: North of England Energy and Offshore report

Energy and offshore report
The Journal is proud to present the first of its twice annual reports covering the North of England's Energy, Marine and Offshore industry
Kevin Brennan, Chief Executive of Quorn Foods, is pictured at the company's premises in Stokesley

Stateside momentum helps Quorn to achieve record growth

Quorn Foods is growing sales across the globe - and non-vegetarians now accounting for three-quarters of the Teesside firm's customer base

First Hitachi training carriage arrives at the Port of Tyne

A training carriage for the Hitachi Rail Europe plant in Newton Aycliffe arrives at the Port of Tyne
The carriage has taken 52 days and covered 12,880 nautical miles to reach its destination at the Port of Tyne

North East LEP seeks business people to form new Employment and Skills Board

Andrew Hodgson and Anne Isherwood
The six-strong North East group will comprise leaders from the business, voluntary and community sectors

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IBM revenues fall to $24bn amidst business overhaul

Technology giant IBM operates a North Tyneside base at Cobalt Business Park

Gosforth firm pioneers fossil recognition software for use in shale oil and gas industry

Mia Denos, one of the co-founders of Tumbling Dice Ltd
Tumbling Dice Ltd has secured funding to apply its pattern recognition technology to oil and gas drilling activity

'Global opportunity' for North East biosensor technology to lead the way on detecting diseases

OJ Bio Ltd has completed the prototype development of a new diagnosis system that accurately and quickly identifies the presence of disease biomarkers in a range of patient samples
Tesco updated

Blow to North East towns as three planned Tesco supermarkets scrapped

The supermarket giant has pulled out of plans to open 49 new stores across the UK, including stores in Amble, Peterlee and Stanley

Vianet confident despite potential impact of pub companies code

Beer flow monitoring specialists Vianet said recent developments in the statutory code for pub companies presented only short-term worry

Crown Estate applies to expand Silverlink Shopping Park

The proposed plans for the former Travelodge site at the Silverlink updated
Around 50 new jobs will be created as part of The Crown Estate's construction plans for Silverlink Shopping Park

Videos & Photos

A CGI of how the Glass House champagne bar in Newcastle will look when complete

Glass House champagne bar: A first look at work on the Newcastle venue

Artist's impression of a room inside the new 270-bedroom student scheme

Work starts on Newcastle's latest student accommodation scheme

Developer Kier has taken interior shots while working on Motel One in Newcastle

Motel One shots offer insight into Newcastle building’s heritage


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