City creative firms in UK top 50

Three Sheffield organisations are on a national list of ‘up and coming innovators’ as research shows the city’s creative industries contribute £248.12 million to the local economy.

Kevin McCabe, at the opening of Acero last year.

Third Sheffield office block snapped up in three months as sales hit £65m

One of Sheffield’s newest offices has been snapped up by an investment company for Danish pension funds for £26.6m.

Photo: The Feast was attended by the Master Cutler and the Lord Lieutenant, High Sheriff and  Lord Mayor of Sheffield and representatives from 28 livery companies and the Yorkshire Regiment.

CUTLERS’ FEAST: Time for politicians to deliver for Sheffield City Region

Brexit, devolution, productivity and skills are the four big challenges facing Sheffield City Region, the 382nd Cutlers’ Feast heard.

Dale Burbeary, coating operative at JRI Orthopaedics takes the implants out of the vacuum.

Implant firm makes great leap into China

JRI makes stainless steel products you really wouldn’t want to go wrong - artificial joints.

DavyMarkham's Prince of Wales Road factory.

End of the road for DavyMarkham as Sheffield engineer is wound down

Historic Sheffield engineering firm DavyMarkham has been closed down for good after administrators were unable to find a buyer.

Paul Houghton, head of Grant Thornton Sheffield.

City’s vibrancy to be celebrated at major Sheffield event

More than 400 leading figures from Sheffield’s private, public and third sectors are to come together to discuss the city’s successes and explore how collaboration can help it to prosper.


MADE IN SHEFFIELD: Historic sweet firm enjoys a sugar rush

Maxons’ delightfully-named ‘Headsplitters’ prove that boiled sweets aren’t all about nostalgia.

David Mathieson, Barclays business area manager Sheffield, with Nick Morgan, Kollider director.

Barclays first into giant tech hub in Sheffield

Barclays is taking an entire floor in a huge tech hub set to transform Sheffield’s digital economy.

Darwins Castings' Sheffield Road premises are near Junction 34 of the M1

Uncertain future as historic Sheffield foundry goes on sale

A historic Sheffield foundry is up for sale and bosses say its future is “up in the air.”

Acero, second right, on Sheaf Street is 75 per cent under offer. Vidrio, right, could be complete this year.

Lack of office space in Sheffield a ‘significant concern’

The UK’s largest engineering and design consultancy is opening an office in Sheffield as the occupier market continues its strong start to 2018.

Members of the AMRC's Composite Centre and KraussMaffei in front of the bespoke KraussMaffei RimStar Compact High-Pressure Resin Transfer Moulding system. (l-r) AMRC Development Engineer, Davide Melis, KraussMaffei's Head of R&D and Process Technology RPM Division, Sebastian Schmidhuber, AMRC Research Engineer, Darren Wells, KraussMaffei's RPM Business Manager UK, Stephen Lambert and AMRC Composites Technician, Ricky Rowett.

Millions pour into Sheffield research centre

A Sheffield University research centre has unveiled one of the world’s largest composite presses – with more equipment worth more than £13m in the pipeline.

Tes Global chief executive Rob Grimshaw said Sheffield was a 'global hotspot for education and edtech'.

200 jobs as Tes Global makes multi-million pound move into Sheffield

Education firm Tes Global will create up to 200 jobs in a multi-million pound move into Sheffield after bosses were “thoroughly impressed by all the city has to offer.”

From left: Angela Naylor, Sam Webster, Belinda Naylor and Cath Webster.

GRANTS: Sheffield machinery firm booms on innovation, public money and mentoring

A Sheffield industrial machinery manufacturer is flying high after funding new products and a marketing drive with taxpayer grants of more than £100,000.

Master Cutler Ken Cooke in the opulent Cutlers' Hall.

Master Cutler calls for smooth Brexit to ensure best business deal

The Master Cutler has said disrupting the Brexit process would “split the country again” harming business - as arch remainer Andrew Adonis prepares his headline speech for the 382nd Cutlers’ Feast.

Simon Lockley of Lupton Fawcett.

Protect your property and land from fraud

Over recent years there have been a number of high profile fraud cases highlighting the vulnerability of owners of land and property to fraudulent transactions.

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Liberty Speciality Steels in South Yorkshire celebrates 300 new jobs in first year

Liberty Speciality Steels is celebrating a year since its £100m takeover - including 300 new jobs, £20m invested and a 63 per cent leap in production.

The T-Furnace at Liberty Speciality Steels in Rotherham.

Liberty Speciality Steels in South Yorkshire celebrates 300 new jobs in first year

Liberty Speciality Steels is celebrating a year since its £100m takeover - including 300 new jobs, £20m invested and a 63 per cent leap in production.

Boohoo fashions are aimed at 16 to 24-year-olds.

Sheffield City Council celebrates Boohoo deal bringing 1,200 jobs after months of work

Councillors and officials in Sheffield are celebrating a deal set to bring 1,200 jobs to the city after working on it for a year.


MADE IN SHEFFIELD: Brass Founders is ageing beautifully

Where there’s Brass Founders there’s muck, dust and flames - and bollards, benches and Walk of Fame plaques.

A grinder at the William Cook Precision Foundry in Sheffield. Picture: Chris Etchells.

Jobs boom as Sheffield steel firms surge

Sheffield’s metals sector is having a good year, with firms advertising multiple jobs, strong orders and investments.

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