Naylors Chartered Surveyors has been named as the region’s ‘Most Active Agent’ of 2014 in the office sector
Potential new tenants have been shown around the former jam jar factory Newcastle which will expand the creative Hoult's Yard
We look at the stories that dominated North East business news in November 2014
Bradley Hall, DTZ, GVA and Naylors give us their take on industrials, investment and offices' performance in 2014
Hoults Yard is expanding its creative tech hub with Newcastle’s biggest investment in superfast broadband and data centre
A streetwear brand worn by celebrities including guitarist Slash, Axl Role and The Prodigy is poised for global expansion
The annual Ouseburn Festival promises fun for families, foodies and music lovers
An exhibition by printmakers at Hoults Yard, Newcastle, was inspired by the old Maling Pottery
Once again we have striven to get a quart into a pint pot. So many things to fit into one magazine!
Newcastle Civic Centre conference attracts strong speaker line-up including the BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones
Julie Swan and Mark Phillips from PCR were appointed as joint administrators of Red Hot Sunglasses Ltd last month after the business, based in Hoults Yard, felt into difficulties after a tough trading period
Freddy Hoult has announced his retirement as chairman of Hoults Ltd, making way for the fourth generation of the family firm
Fast-growing Red Hot Sunglasses expects to double its turnover in the next 12 months and will invest in new recruits to meet growing global demand
Some call it the coolest place in Newcastle, others might find it tricky to identify on a map, but that's slowly changing as Mike Kelly reports
Music and art converge in Newcastle's latest venue to be seen in. Sam Wonfor reports and fulfils a teenage ambition
The Temperance Movement is taking 2013 by storm. Simon Rushworth caught up with guitarist Paul Sayer ahead of Sunday's gig
Destination management and marketing agency, NewcastleGateshead Initiative has launched a new business support service to help overseas investors.
Newcastle's historic Victoria Tunnel was turned into a contemporary art gallery yesterday to host its first ever exhibition
A decade ago, Newcastle's Ouseburn Valley suffered from fly tipping, vandalism and a lack of economic investment.