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Thursday, 11th August 2016, 11:47 am
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 19:49 pm
Marisa Thompson of Identity Merchandise in Sheffield went to university aged 32. See feature on Uni-que experiences in The Business. Picture Dean Atkins

This edition includes full coverage of all 14 categories in the fourth City Region Business Awards, held this year at Magna and sponsored again by Learning Unlimited. We were honoured to have Sir Nigel Knowles, chair of the Local Enterprise Partnership, as headline speaker. He gave an inspirational speech with the message that you can start local and grow to become global.

The magazine also features an interview with Rupert Carr, the man behind the £400m Peak Resort holiday village planned for Chesterfield. No quitter, his dream is finally being realised after 28 years.

As students prepare for the new academic year, there’s a an excellent feature by Jo Davison on the university experiences of four up-and-coming business people, not all of whom finished their course.

There’s also two pages on the region’s reaction to the decision by HS2 Ltd to switch the South Yorkshire station from Meadowhall to Sheffield city centre and two pages of reaction and advice post Brexit vote.

All the regulars are there too, including Chamber news, social pictures, commercial property and deals updates and a review of a Rolls-Royce, no less.

City Region Business Awards at Magna. All the winners on stage at the end of the evening

The Business is published bi-monthly by Johnston Press - owners of The Star in Sheffield, Doncaster Free Press and Derbyshire Times - and is backed by all four Chambers of Commerce.

Sir Nigel Knowles speaks at the City Region Business Awards
Sir David Higgins executive chairman of HS2 Ltd
After 28 years, Rupert Carr's Peak Resort plan is taking shape
Sir Keith Burnett, vice chancellor of Sheffield University, has a big vision for jobs and training. Picture: Andrew Roe
Carmel Stewart drove this Rolls-Royce and reviewed it for The Business.
City Region Business Awards at Magna. All the winners on stage at the end of the evening
Sir Nigel Knowles speaks at the City Region Business Awards
Sir David Higgins executive chairman of HS2 Ltd
After 28 years, Rupert Carr's Peak Resort plan is taking shape
Sir Keith Burnett, vice chancellor of Sheffield University, has a big vision for jobs and training. Picture: Andrew Roe
Carmel Stewart drove this Rolls-Royce and reviewed it for The Business.