DOZENS of manufacturing and engineering companies from around the region have booked their place at this year’s EMCON event.
Progressive sports nutrition brand, Natural Nutrients, has officially been launched into 71 branches of Morrisons nationwide as well as being available online.
Revenues have climbed past the £20m-mark at historic metal castings company Bondshold, with the business also surging back into the black.
Banks Renewables, the renewable energy division of property and energy business the Banks Group, has secured an £82m refinancing deal.
The first of the class 385 Express trains will run on the Glasgow Queen Street-Edinburgh Waverley via Falkirk High route from Tuesday, 24 July.
TWO leading figures from the Peterlee and Seaham business communities have been appointed to spearhead the area’s continued growth.
With less than three months to go until this year’s EMCON engineering and manufacturing expo, dozens of businesses have already booked to exhibit.
TWO creative entrepreneurs have put the kettle on and are offering others like them a cuppa and a chinwag about growing their businesses.
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.
A County Durham business is making significant savings after reducing its energy costs with help from a council-led project.
Leading international shower designer and manufacturer, Roman, has won the Marketing and Branding Award with their Future Business Magnates Team.
The head of a leading tech company in County Durham has urged other firms in the sector to adopt new ways of working to improve gender diversity.
Marmax Recycled Products based in Stanley County Durham has won an International Corporate Social Responsibility Excellence Award in the campaign to find the country’s most caring companies.
Just weeks after the launch of the newly branded EMCON several companies from across County Durham have already booked up for this year’s Incubator Zone, following the massive success of last year’s inaugural programme.
Small businesses from across County Durham are set to flock to Beamish Hall this Thursday for a free event exploring the complex world of Google tools, services and products.