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Adrian Dye, Ron Wood, Rob Mullen, Fiona Lutz, Chris Holmes and Michael Smith

New North business Break90 aims to revolutionise golf market

Rob Mullen has already employed four people at Break90, formed following financial backing from two former colleagues

Morpeth bottled water brand highlighted as manufacturing success story

Samples of Coca-Cola’s glacéau smartwater were available at the Invest in North East stand at Made in the UK
Coca-Cola smartwater, being manufactured in Northumberland, has been featured at a national business exhibition

New flights, facilities and larger aircraft boost passenger numbers at Newcastle Airport

Newcastle International Airport
New facilities, new services and the frequency of those services, as well as the introduction of larger aircraft at Newcastle International Airport, helped to drive up the number of passengers by 1.4% in 2013

NRG to handle Atom bank's recruitment

Atom Bank chairman Anthony Thomson
Newcastle-based recruitment agency will be seeking to fill hundreds of vacancies in Durham-based digital bank

Sage remains on track to hit growth targets

Guy Berruyer, Chief Exec of Sage Group updated
Newcastle based software company, Sage, says it is likely to achieve its 6% organic revenue growth target set for 2015

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Guy Berruyer Chief Exec of Sage Group updated

Sage remains on track to hit growth targets

In an interim management statement, the Newcastle headquartered company reported revenue increased by 4.7% over the first nine months of the year

Open source evangelists host North East's first DrupalCamp conference

David Van der Velde and Adam Hill from Consult and Design
Businesses working in web development are invited to Sunderland Software Centre to learn more about how they could benefit from using Drupal

New North business Break90 aims to revolutionise golf market

Adrian Dye, Ron Wood, Rob Mullen, Fiona Lutz, Chris Holmes and Michael Smith
Rob Mullen has already employed four people at Break90, formed following financial backing from two former colleagues
Paul Woolston, chair of the North East LEP, with Geoff Clark of Ravensworth Property Developments

North East LEP agrees funding to help build Portobello Trade Park

Trade park off the A1(M) at Birtley expected to create 244 jobs with new industrial units

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