Plans to create 25,000 jobs in the Teesside area over the next 10 years have been unveiled by Tees Valley Unlimited
Redcar-based Switch-Growth, a data and information management firm, is doubling in size
In a wide ranging interview with the Journal, Lord Heseltine insists the North East is booming - but it would be even better with a mayor
The North East Chamber of Commerce is among business groups backing the sixth round of the RGF
The North East LEP has defended itself following claims it is struggling because it doesn't have a chief executive
Thirteen Group CEO Alison Thain has been named as the new vice chair of the CBI North East Council
During a visit to the North East, Trade and Investment Minister Lord Livingston met with business leaders and offered advice to regional firms
Teesside company Industrial Technology Systems has won work worth £800,000 thanks to loan covering a performance bond
Businesses across the North East are creating hundreds of new jobs thanks to a new investment scheme
Up to 700 new jobs could be created after the launch of a new investment scheme to support businesses in the Tees Valley
£1.1m performance bond loan enables PCE to secure large-scale work in Saudi Arabia
Senior industrialists have met with politicians, urging support for UK-plc or face losing out on major green opportunities
Teesside's City Deal bid will be presented to Government later today. Plans will be submitted by local enterprise partnership Tees Valley Unlimited (TVU) in a presentation to Minister for Cities, Greg Clark
The man who has led Teesside's regeneration development for the last three years is leaving his position
Run through the regional growth fund, Let’s Grow provides grant support from £50,000 to £1m for capital investment or research and development projects that create or safeguard jobs
The North East economy could be boosted by £7bn after Deputy PM Nick Clegg announced details of an offshore wind industry cash injection
The North East Chamber of Commerce staged "Linking Business and Education" to discuss benefits of linking education and business and share best practice
BUSINESS leaders have called for Government intervention to stimulate investment in manufacturing to help level the economy.
THERE has been a gripe down the years that the North East has been unable to work together, while other parts of the country have shown a united front.
Better than expected. That was the view of David Smith, economics editor of The Sunday Times on George Osborne’s fourth Budget to an audience of local businessmen and women invited by Square One Law and HSBC to a dinner on Budget day
THE shortlist has been announced for tourism awards saved from the closure of the North East’s regional development agency.
Leading North-east figures have thrown their support behind the Evening Gazette’s £30m bid to drive business growth and potentially create 3,600 jobs in the region
PLANS for a £2bn crude oil plant which could create up to 4,400 jobs are expected to pave the way for further heavy investment in the region’s resurgent energy industry.
IT HAS been several years in the making, but at last the Institute of Digital Innovation – known by its IDI acronym – has arrived.
The boss of Durham Tees Valley Airport has been picked as the chair of a new body which aims to boost the economy of Tees Valley.