Atom bank, the first bank in the UK to be built for smartphone and tablet, has today announced a new partnership with the Prince’s Trust as their leading science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) partner in the North East.
The Finance Durham fund has completed its first incubator investment of £40,000 in Moralbox, a technology start-up which helps employers and employees to work together to manage training records.
AN ENTREPRENEUR is looking to challenge global travel site TripAdvisor with his new augmented reality app designed to help city visitors find the best places to eat, drink and be merry.
Newton Aycliffe steel firm Finley Structures is helping to regenerate an important area in another major North-East city.
The owner of a Durham hotel is to invest £200,000 in upgrading the bunkers at its championship golf course.
A County Durham business which has developed a helmet- and bike-mounted camera system to improve visibility for motorcycle riders is attempting to raise more than £450,000 to bolster production.
The North East is home to the fastest growing tech economy in the UK, yet workers are yet to have the skills to match the fast-paced, demanding needs of the industry.
SUCCESSFUL businesses who have established their brand nationally and internationally are being encouraged to look closer to home as they continue to grow.
AN ELECTRIC vehicle charging specialist has unveiled ambitious three-year growth plans that will see its turnover soar to almost £8m a year.
A large chunk of Aycliffe Business Park is under new ownership. Langton Business Centre, in between Durham Way South and North, has been acquired by the MCR Property Group in a £1.85m deal.
Durham law firm Swinburne Maddison has landed £500k worth of funding to transform its 10,000 sq ft at Aykley Heads HQ into a renovated modern hub.
Trending bowling alley Lane7 has been announced as one of the next companies to take a site in the £30m Riverwalk development in Durham.