Business

Businesses In Sunderland Encouraged To Take Advantage Of City's Gift Card Spend
Sunderland businesses that haven’t yet signed up for the city’s gift card are urged to join – and take advantage of the thousands waiting to be spent. The Sunderland City Gift Card was launched last year by Sunderland BID in partnership with Sunderland City Council and now around 118 businesses...
Sunderland Re-Inventing Its Cultural Landscape With Innovative Partnership
Sunderland has been highlighted as a ‘poster child’ for culture-led regeneration at the launch of a new All-Party Parliamentary Group. MPs and cultural leaders from across the North of England heard how the city is reinventing its cultural landscape with an innovative partnership between the council, a charitable trust and...
Sunderland City Gift Card Helping To Boost Local Business Performance
THE PIONEERING Sunderland City Gift Card is proving a huge success – giving the local economy a £40,000 boost within weeks of its launching. The card scheme, the result of a partnership between Sunderland BID and Sunderland City Council, saw more than 100 businesses sign up to accept it initially,...
Four elderly people smiling and giving thumbs up.
A plan for a £10 million old people’s home could create 80 jobs on Wearside. The development, which will provide full-time independent living, is being built in Silksworth by the charity Abbeyfield. The three-storey home, expected to open in 2018, will contain 75 one and two-bedroom flats. The home will...
A chance meeting at an International Police Association conference with a Wearside bobby and his equivalent from Germany has led to a lifelong friendship, a new business importing Gin into the UK, strong links with mining communities in both countries and a beautiful family connection spanning three centuries. Retired police...
North East quality assurance software specialist Mesma has made a key appointment as it continues to invest in new product development as part of planned strategic growth. Ola Awobona joins the Sunderland-based firm as a product owner at a time of continued demand from the education and employment support sectors...
Sunderland University Staff And Students Praised For Uniting Amidst Covid-19
In what has been a year like no other, University leaders today praised students and staff for uniting “like never before”. Sir David Bell, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of the University of Sunderland, highlighted the “resilience, commitment and adaptability” shown by the University community during a challenging 12 months.It comes...
Thompson Waste Centre at The Parade, Hendon has recycled a staggering 10,000 tonnes of waste during lockdown, repurposing everything from timber to glass to help protect the environment. Boss Anne Ganley has pledged £10,000 to local charities in the coming months, £1 for every tonne of waste recycled.Anne, who has...
Where The Trade Buys Launches ‘Together We Are Stronger’ Poster Campaign Where The Trade Buys, a leading printing company with headquarters in Sunderland, has come up with a mint marketing campaign that we want to appreciate: it achieves its objectives, and supports the NHS, and it engages you, the reader,...
Fast-Growing Insurance Group, iRevolution, Expands Into Sunderland
An independently owned insurance broking group has taken their business to Sunderland and reached new heights, expanding their workforce in the area. iRevolution Group has accumulated various other growing businesses, and has shared this success in Sunderland, as they continue helping their clients. The group has operated out of Sunderland since...

Subscribe to Sunderland Magazine

>



This will close in 11 seconds