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A task group, set up by City of York Council to find ways of attracting graduates and ... as well as plans for a biotechnology innovation cluster in York called Biovale, and a new £1.6 million Agri-tech training centre at Askham Bryan College, The Task ...

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Local Enterprise Partnerships are being urged to put small businesses at the heart of plans for local economic growth.

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Inspired Youth have recently launched a new project, working with and documenting their work in the care sector.

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A Strategic development plan has seen a York software solutions provider return to its roots as it launches a recruitment drive. StarCompliance, which is looking to take on four new employees to increase its team to 20, has relocated from its base in York city centre to York Science Park, where it was originally based in 2010.


There is still time to enter the Aesthetica Art Prize, an international award that celebrates and supports rising talent from around the world. Submissions are welcome from artists at all stages of their career, and categories for entry are: Photographic & Digital Art, Three Dimensional Design & Sculpture, Painting & Drawing and Video, Installation & Performance.


York Open Studios have issued their annual call for artists for the 2015 event and look forward to a wide coverage across many media.

They are particularly interested in finding artists in new and digital media to occupy a good space we have been offered.

They will provide a bursary to chosen artists to fund them to set up an exhibition.


A York St John University Professor has been recognised by a national magazine for his contribution to mentoring.

Bob Garvey, Professor of Business Education, won the Lifetime Achievement Award for Contributions to Mentoring at the Coaching at Work Awards 2014.

The awards were part of the professional journal’s annual conference event which took place in London last month.


Tech leader founded in York opens new office, plans to double its R&D staff in the city.

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