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Monday, April 12, 2021

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Council And The HSE Ensuring The City's Businesses Are Covid-Secure
Sunderland City Council is working with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to make sure the city’s businesses are COVID-secure.This will involve council environmental health officers and officers from the HSE contacting businesses across the city to check that they have measures in place to help tackle Covid.There may...
University Graduate's Business Thriving Despite Covid-19
One University graduate has used his entrepreneurial skills to adapt and thrive despite Covid-19 breaking out just weeks after launching his business. For many new businesses starting up in 2020, the pandemic restrictions made their ambitions seem almost impossible.And just as Karl Pryor was launching a new venture, he found...
Sunderland residents can shop with more than 25 local businesses and get it delivered from just one, thanks to an innovative digital high street scheme. Sunderland BID, in partnership with Sunderland City Council, has been asking for businesses to join the city’s ShopAppy.com website, set up to help independent retailers...
Rates Relief Could Encourage New Business At Sunderland Shopping Centre
In last week’s Budget, the Chancellor extended the business rates holiday until June and also promised to reduce the fee by two-thirds for the remainder of the tax year.And now Karen Eve, Centre Director at the Bridges, Sunderland, hopes this will incentivise local and independent businesses to move into...
A North East couple has turned their passion for cooking into a business that they now plan to launch nationwide. Sunderland-based Kam and Nedhi Chera set up the Funky IndianWali at home, offering authentic Indian dishes and their own special spice mixes to food lovers across the region.And the success...
Online Sessions Helping To Boost Morale Approaching University Mental Health Day On March 4th
“I think when the world feels so chaotic and uncertain, taking that time out for yourself to exercise has such a huge impact on your mental wellbeing, for boosting your spirit and your mood, and just helping you to cope.” That is the message from 21-year-old Team Sunderland Netball President...
Sunderland Graduate Helping Family Bakery Promote Its Uniquely Designed Cakes
Graduate Gemma Hirst is helping a North East family bakery promote its unique printed cakes to big brands across the UK. Struggling to find a suitable role in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, Gemma, a Journalism graduate, managed to land a three-month internship with Print Cakes, supporting the business...
As supply chains continue to feel the strain under the coronavirus pandemic, a Sunderland Engineering graduate is helping make sure medicine is still being delivered to patients around the world. Florian Hildebrand is the co-founder and managing partner of Qualifyze, which uses a global digital network to help pharmaceutical companies...
Katie Stubbs and Declan Marshall Turn Their Passion Into A Successful Entertainment Business
From Disney to Marvel - lockdown couple put movie magic into new business  A life-long love of performing not only brought Katie Stubbs and Declan Marshall together but they’ve turned their passion into a successful entertainment business with the help of University support. As well as living, working and acting together,...
New Professional Course With An Option To Fast-Track A Career In Policing
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to remind us of the importance of our emergency services, the University of Sunderland is helping shape the next generation of police officers. The new Professional Policing course will allow students to cover current topics such as organised crime and terrorism as well as spend...

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