Read on below to find the latest business news in County Durham and the North East.
The first Mental Health First Aid course to be delivered at The Work Place, Newton Aycliffe, has proved to be a massive success.
Business leaders are being challenged to sleep out for a night when Darlington holds its first ever CEO Sleepout to raise funds in the fight against local homelessness and poverty.
A PETERLEE manufacturer of specialist biomedical test equipment has taken the next steps in expanding its global reach.
The TTE Technical Training Group has signed an agreement to acquire Infinite Learning & Development (ILD).
Award-winning architectural practice, Howarth Litchfield, has announced it has recently welcomed two new arrivals to its highly experienced team.
Tourism is now worth £867m to Durham’s economy, which exceeds county’s targets three years ahead of schedule, according to newly published research.
NETPark based company Kromek kept President Trump safe during a trip to Brussels for a second time, after its radiation detection kits were deployed across the city.
After just under a year of trading, Complete Sales Solutions Ltd - a North East-based specialist sales consultancy - has strengthened its presence opening a new office on Aycliffe Business Park.
Lexicon Science, a developer of new technologies using space data, artificial intelligence and augmented reality, will help reduce congestion on the roads through the use of data from real time crowdsourced navigation app, Waze.
Roofing company Hodgson Sayers has opened its first base outside the North East.
Kitchen manufacturer Parkin and Denwood has made Newton Aycliffe the heart of its home after launching a stylish new showroom on the business park.
JUST weeks after announcing Swiss manufacturing company Stadler Rail UK as its first headline sponsor, EMCON is delighted to confirm Business Durham as a long-term supporter.