Latest News >>
Burnley: UK’s No.1 Most Enterprising Place 2013
Burnley is officially the ‘Most Enterprising Area in the UK’ in 2013. The accolade, awarded through the Government Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, recognises and celebrates the range of business, enterprise and economic development work that has reshaped Burnley’s reputation. The Burnley Bondholders scheme sets Burnley apart from the
THE DOC GOES PREMIERSHIP
For the second year running Doc Redeye Events have sponsored a major category at the Live UK Music Business Awards in London. This is...
Bondholder becomes government apprenticeships advisor
Burnley Bondholder and Managing Director of Burnley Telematics Ejaz Hussain has been appointed as an Advisor to Government on Apprenticeships. Mr Hussain was appointed following a...
Eshton Group – Big plans for Burnley
To quote the ‘A’ Team’s Hannibal Smith, we love it when a plan comes together here...
First steel frame complete at Burnley Bridge
The steel framework at Magnesium Court, the first new-build industrial/warehousing scheme to be constructed at Eshton Group’s £50 million Burnley Bridge Business Park development, has been completed. A major milestone in delivering the 70-acre industrial and distribution park, completion of the steel frame, puts development of the 29,000 sq ft
Bank of Dave to go national
Burnley entrepreneur Dave Fishwick, who has taken on the banking sector and shot to fame in the Bank of Dave TV series, plans to roll out his community banking concept across the UK. Mr Fishwick runs Burnley Savings and Loans, offering a 5% return to depositors and lending to small
New Call Telecom supporting Young Enterprise
The CEO of leading telecoms company New Call Telecom will be sharing his expertise with Burnley students as part of a £50,000 pledge to Young Enterprise in Lancashire on December 2nd. New Call Telecom Ltd’s support will help Young Enterprise at a local level in Burnley to develop an in-depth
Employment in Burnley increasing
New data contained within a report from Burnley Council shows that the number of people employed in Burnley rose 6.1% between 2009-2012. In 2009 there was a total of 32,300 people in employment in Burnley. This had grown to 34,400 by 2012. Tim Oldfield, Director at Neville Gee Recruitment and