Business Supplements

The Journal Top 200 supplement: How to advertise to the region's top decision-makers

It is almost 40 years since The Journal started listing the region’s biggest companies and 2014's excellent and informative supplement is now in production

Business supplement: Community Regeneration & Social Housing

Community Regeneration & Social Housing
Sustainable communities are places where a wide mix of people want to live and work now and in the future

Business supplement: Tyne Valley Business Review

Tyne Valley Business Review
The Tyne Valley is one of Northumberland's great places in which to live, work and do business

Business supplement: Wealth, Investment and Financial Management supplement

Wealth, Investment and Financial Management
Even a modest amount of assets has the potential to change one’s views on money, life and happiness

2020 Vision: Transport challenges for the North East

2020 Vision
In this edition of 2020 Vision we take a look at the transport challenges facing the North East over the next 20 years
Helen Smith, with Andrew Hopper (left) and Andrew Gaunt (right)

Washington Oil and gas recruitment firm strike £50m sales

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

AIS Training helping plug skills gap in the engineering sector with new course

Paul Stonebanks, managing director of AIS
AIS Training, which is developing its £2.4m offshore survival training centre in North Shields, North Tyneside, has become one of only a handful of companies globally to offer a specific training package to electricians and engineers looking to work offshore
Andy Tuscher, EEF director for the North East region

North East manufacturers speed ahead in 2014, EEF survey shows

The region's manufacturers are motoring ahead in 2014, the EEF's quarterly survey reveals

Express Engineering invest £1.5m in unique machinery at Gateshead factory

Project Manager Andy Morrell and engineers from Japan with new machinery at Express Engineering in Gateshead
Manufacturer of precision machine components to the oil & gas market has invested following Let's Grow funding from The Journal

Manufacturers' organisation propose Infrastructure Authority to curb political wrangling

Traffic at a standstill on the A1 southbound in Gateshead
EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, have suggested a Non-Ministerial Government Department to drive infrastructure strategy

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Digital entrepreneurs in the North East urged to grab fellowship opportunities

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DigitalCity are offering digital entrepreneurs up to £4,000 to cover living costs while they develop business models

No need to worry about North East technology, say region's industry leaders

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Inn Collection Group adds to expanding portfolio

Growing hospitality firm Inn Collection Group has spent £400,000 on transforming a popular North Yorkshire pub

Record year for Mike Ashley's Sports Direct

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Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley's Sports Direct empire has enjoyed a surge in sales and profits with group revenue at £2.7bn

UK shoppers cut back on spending

A shopper with carrier bags
The latest retail sales index from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like sales fell 0.8% compared with a year ago, with total sales when including shops open for less than a year up just 0.6%

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The Journal Top 200 supplement: How to advertise to the region's top decision-makers


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