Business Supplements

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Most Influential 2014: The Journal list of the North East's movers and shakers

The North East's most influential people in business are revealed in the 2014 edition of The Journal's Most Influential

Business Supplement: Proud to Back Apprenticeships - Filling the Skills Gap

Proud to Back Apprenticeships
Read our 16 page supplement that reports what is being done in the North East to address the skills gap issue

#NETwitterati 2014: The North East social media influence list

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The North East Twitterati has seen hundreds of people voting for people, organisations or bloggers who make the greatest impact on Twitter

Most Influential 2014: The Journal reveals the North East's movers and shakers

The Journal Most Influential 2014
The North East's most influential people in business are revealed in the 2014 edition of The Journal's Most Influential          

Business supplement: Manufacturers League

Manufacturers League supplement
The region's manufacturing industry is outperforming its counterparts in every other area of the country and is the powerhouse of our 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
Matt Boyle, President and Chief Executive Officer of the electric vehicle control manufacturer Sevcon

Gateshead green transport firm Sevcon starts manufacturing in Malaysia

The new contract is also set to increase the headcount at Sevcon’s Team Valley headquarters over the next 12 months

25 jobs created as Expert Tooling and Automation grows

Deputy leader of Sunderland City Council, Cllr Harry Trueman, left, with Dave Bartell, Expert Tooling's operations director
Sunderland manufacturer is to build a 30,000 sq ft factory that will triple its available assembly space

Half-year operating profits fall 31% at banknote printer De La Rue

De La Rue
The firm, which has a factory in Gateshead, said conditions remain challenging.

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Business Interview: Gospelware's Michael Dunn on a life of mobile development

Michael Dunn of Gospelware in Gateshead
Michael Dunn, along with co-founder Ryan Davies, has steadily built Gospelware into one of the most prominent names in digital mobile development across the North East

Ignite100 accelerator takes on new startups with ten new businesses joining the programme

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Ignite100 which opened its Campus North doors in June had ten new businesses join the programme last week
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Around 50 new jobs will be created as part of The Crown Estate's construction plans for Silverlink Shopping Park

Leisure firms expands by opening new Newcastle bar and restaurant

The Botanist Newcastle general manager Andrew Shiel-Redfern
Could the soon-to-open Botanist bar become Newcastle's most luxurious venue?

Finishing touches made to Lola Jeans ahead of opening tonight

Staff and contractors hard at work preparing for the opening night of Lola Jean's in Market Street
Newcastle's newest cocktail bar and eatery will occupy the former Godfather restaurant on Market Street

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Culture Editor
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Business Editor
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