Independent retailers can earn an extra £1 million between them if people in Longton and Fenton spend £14 or more this Saturday, the MP for Stoke-on-Trent South announced. Jack Brereton MP, whose constituency includes Longton and Fenton, said: “Our town centres are home to an array of independent and small businesses. ‘Small Business Saturday’ is a very good opportunity to get out there and support them.
Denise Coates, co-founder of online gambling firm Bet365 and head of the Stoke-based Bet365 branch, has been announced as the highest paid UK boss. Her earning has risen to £265 million, including dividends, which is £48 million higher than she received last year.
Staffordshire Police has announced its biggest ever counter terrorism campaign this Christmas as part of the national ACT (Action Counters Terrorism) programme.
Stoke-on-Trent have ranked fourth in a Royal Society For Public Health (RSPH) report detailing Britains most unhealthy high streets.
Businesses are becoming more cyber aware with a new scheme launched by Staffordshire’s Online Fraud Forum on behalf of Staffordshire Commissioner for Police, Fire and Rescue and Crime, Matthew Ellis.
Three of Staffordshire’s newest and most innovative projects have been honoured at the Royal Institution…
Staff at a North Staffordshire housing association have been honoured for cracking down on loan sharks.
The team at Aspire Housing in Newcastle-under-Lyme won a national award for their efforts to stop people falling victim to sharks who charge huge amounts of interest.
A new pizzeria has opened in Newcastle-under-Lyme serving pizza in just 90 seconds!
Pizza Triangle, in Pool Dam, dished out more than 200 wood-fired pizzas in one day within the first few days of business.
Broadcaster Channel 4 have named Stoke-on-Trent as a potential regional home in a recent press conference.
The broadcaster announced plans last year to relocate out of London, moving 300 jobs.
Local legal firm, Freeths, celebrated International Women’s Day on Thursday 8th March by bringing together the Stoke-on-Trent business community with a talk by ex-career banker turned entrepreneur and the newest member of the Dragon’s Den gang, Jenny Campbell.