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Book in for business start-up success at Sheffield’s Central Library

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18 September 2017 A new generation of entrepreneurs are invited to free events at a Sheffield libraries’ business advice centre on Thursday, 21 September. Sheffield’s Business and Intellectual Property Centre, based in the Central Library, is linking with other British Library Business and IP Centres for a National Start-up day to support budding business men and women. Thousands of entrepreneurs ...

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Businesses and jobseekers to benefit from region-wide jobs board

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15 July 2017 Excellence in research, advanced manufacturing and engineering are among the things driving big names such as McLaren Automotive and Boeing to invest in Sheffield City Region. And with the launch of a new dedicated jobs platform on Tuesday (20 June), these cutting-edge companies are set to find it easier to find and retain talented and locally-based employees. ...

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Council pledges support for festival of film

Doc/Fest in Tudor Square

12 June 2017 It’s the UK’s biggest festival of documentaries, and is currently underway in Sheffield with guests including Louis Theroux, Sir Lenny Henry and Maxine Peake. And now, Sheffield City Council is pleased to announce that it has signed a new three-year funding agreement with Doc/Fest, an event which brings in more than £1.2m to Sheffield each year. Now ...

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Tour de Yorkshire: Wheels in motion for bike businesses and clubs

Bike entrepreneurs - biketrepreneurs - such as Russell Cutts are choosing to base themselves in Sheffield

31 March 2017 With the Tour de Yorkshire now just a month away, Sheffield City Council is looking at how Sheffield is building on its Le Grand Depart legacy. First, we look at the biking businesses and elite teams who are raising the bar for the city’s biking credentials.  Russell Cutts, from Bicycle Shed, and Dave Coulson from the Cycling Sheffield ...

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Major developments, inward investment and business growth; Creative Sheffield reports on the big economic drivers of 2016 and looks ahead to 2017

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It has been a year of great change, both nationally and closer to home. At a time when the EU referendum result has signalled a new direction for the UK, Sheffield has been forging ahead with its plans to accelerate the economy of the country’s fourth largest city. Follow the city’s narrative in 2016 and you’ll see Sheffield as a ...

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Sheffield launches campaign to get more disabled people into work

16 November 2016 Sheffield launches campaign to get more disabled people into work. Sheffield City Council is working with businesses across the city as part of a new campaign ‘Opportunity Sheffield, Disability Confident’ to generate new job opportunities for disabled people in the city. The campaign will help employers recruit talented local people with disabilities and provide a free one-stop ...

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Council supports new IKEA with Town Hall jobs fair

Artist's impression of the new IKEA store off Sheffield Road next to the Meadowhall Retail Park

27 October 2016 More than 1,500 people attended an IKEA jobs fair held at Sheffield’s Town Hall on Friday, 21 October. Potential candidates heard more about the 350 jobs needed to staff the £60m new store which will open in Sheffield next summer. Sheffield City Council is working with IKEA to help boost local employment opportunities. An earlier IKEA job ...

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The Round Sheffield Run in all its glory

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Tuesday 26 July Sheffield running event’s company Kandoo Events, has released a video capturing last month’s Round Sheffield Run . Cllr Leigh Bramall, Deputy Leader of Sheffield City Council and Cabinet Member for Business and Economy said: “If ever anyone doubted Sheffield’s credentials as The Outdoor City then I’d urge them to watch this video! It captures the passion for ...

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How do you manage people’s use of social media in the workplace?

Anne Brennan

Blog by Anne Brennan, Creative Sheffiield So how do you manage the use of social media in the workplace? As HR Advisor for Creative Sheffield , the economic development arm of Sheffield City Council, this is a question I get asked a lot. Most of us use social media for personal purposes, to keep in touch with friends, share photos ...

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Council continues support for British steel

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19 November 2015   Council leaders in Sheffield have added their signatures to a letter pledging support for the British steel industry. This comes after, back in July this year, Sheffield City Council became one of the first signatories of the Charter for British Sustainable Steel, an initiative set up by trade body UK Steel to promote UK-produced steel manufactured ...

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Thousands flock to Sheffield’s beach to soak up the sun

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Wedsnesday 12 August Sheffield by the Seaside kicked off with roaring success as people gather in the City Centre to enjoy the beach. As the sun shines over the biggest seaside extravaganza yet, day-trippers from Sheffield and further afield are digging out their buckets and spades to join in the fun. Sun seekers are being urged to come and enjoy ...

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Homes and businesses to benefit as first fibre broadband street cabinet ‘goes live’ five months early

Paul Rowan, BT network delivery manager for Superfast South Yorkshire, with Cllr Ian Saunders from Sheffield City Council at the Superfast South Yorkshire cabinet near St Mary's Gate, Highfield.

30 July 2015 Highfield in Sheffield is the first location in the city to benefit from the multi-million pound Superfast South Yorkshire programme as high-speed fibre broadband arrived five months ahead of schedule. A further 57 cabinets will be switched on in other parts of Sheffield, including Upperthorpe, Norfolk Park and Burngreave, bringing the new technology in reach of a ...

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Call for Sheffield businesses to get superfast

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3 July 2015 Local businesses are being urged to take advantage of a grant to help them benefit from superfast broadband. Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey MP has visited Sheffield today to see for himself the impact that the scheme is having for businesses in the city. The scheme offers grants of up to £3,000 each to cover the costs ...

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New signs point the way to city’s antiques quarter

Antiques Quarter signage on Abbeydale Road

Friday 27 March 2015 It’s the place to go for shoppers seeking one-off antiques and original designs. And now Sheffield Antiques Quarter has been put on the map with new brown signs to illustrate its cultural significance. The quarter, home to six antiques centres and several independent shops, takes in parts of Abbeydale Road, Broadfield Road, London Road and Queens ...

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Sheffield City Centre businesses vote yes for a Business Improvement District

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Friday 13 March 2015 Sheffield city businesses have voted YES to a Business Improvement District with a 78% majority and 86% by rateable value. 39% of the 500 plus businesses voted which is within the national average. BID Champion Chair and Managing Director of John Lewis, James Prince commented: “This is a great result for Sheffield city centre. Business organisations ...

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