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Savvy Phoenixers have not only made great use of the space at Phoenix but have also had to move offices to acommodate new staff.

As the business started to grow, director David Dewey saw huge benefits by working working closely with the York St John Careers team to find two undergraduates for work experience projects.

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York’s new local television channel has launched a campaign to select its name with the help of its future audience.


The latest GeniUS! York challenge focuses on how we can support York citizens and businesses to become an irresistible force for innovation. The aim of this challenge is to give everyone a ‘Right to Solve’, which can enable anyone to highlight new thinking and then quickly act on it.


Pioneering solutions addressing the life-changing effects of kidney failure are now underway thanks to a national funding competition.


Organisers of York Business Week have vowed the event will continue for a fifth year despite the departure of its founder.

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Source: York Press


Up to 800 new jobs and a £100 million economic injection could be on the way for York with plans to grow the city's food science industry.

Bids totalling £8.3 million have been submitted to Government to enhance an innovation campus, which forms part of the Food and Environment Research Agency (FERA) at Sand Hutton, near York.


A Yorkshire consortium including City of York Council and York’s new television channel (due on air in 2015) is to launch an Open Data Mill for York and develop ‘hyperlocal’ media technologies to help improve everyday life for residents and communities.


To celebrate International Coaching Week, Coaching York, an association of professionally trained, qualified and experienced coaches, is offering free taster sessions of business coaching to the city’s businesses.

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