Iconic pottery giant Wedgwood reveals just under a third of its Barlaston-based workforce are set to face the axe.
The new Stoke-on-Trent City Centre Business Improvement District (BID) has a five year plan and…
Stoke-on-Trent City Council have published an official scam alert warning local businesses to stay to ‘stay vigilant’.
Stoke-on-Trent has beaten London, Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool in the top 15 best cities to…
The future of the 1p and 2p coins is in the hands of the Treasury, as they believe that there is an decrease in demand for them.
They are inviting opinions on the mix of coins that are currently in circulation, as it has been proven that most people now use non-cash ways of payment.
The Affordable Foods store in Blurton has seen a positive response since opening on the 25 November.
Ex-teacher Simon Chubb has already hit the Amazon bestseller list with his book “Dad, Seriously”.
Business owners in Staffordshire will celebrate the end of Global Entrepreneurship Week at the annual conference #GEWStaffs.
This year’s event is at Stoke City’s Bet365 Stadium on Friday (November 18), with organisers promising it will be ‘bigger and better than ever’.
A new Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone could bring 9,000 jobs to Stoke-on-Trent, city leaders said at the launch today.
The UK’s first Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone has already secured 1,000 new jobs in just six months.
The co-founder of a teenage market, which aims to encourage young people’s creativity, said it will be a boost to Stoke-on-Trent.
Joe Barratt, 22, along with his brother Tom, 20, founded the Teenage Market in their hometown of Stockport in 2012, after feeling their local marketplace did not offer anything interesting.