Bondholder News

Yorkshire Business Woman Jo Haigh wins the IoD Yorkshire & North East Non-Exec Director of the Year Award 2018

Jo Haigh has been awarded the Institute of Directors Yorkshire & North East Non-Exec Director of the Year Award. read more

Hunter Safety announced runners up in Business of the Year Awards

The team at Hunter Safety Solutions are delighted to have been announced runners up in a local Business of the Year awards scheme.read more

Dinosaurs and Transformers in store for blockbuster summer in Wakefield

Dinosaurs, superhero training, dancing, rugby league, a Transformers truck and a fan-made gyrosphere inspired by Jurassic Kingdom are all in store for a blockbuster summer at Trinity Walk.read more

Custom business process applications are powering the modern business

Contedia, one of the North’s leading developers of custom business process applications, often called ‘custom apps’, has been invited to speak at this year’s inaugural FileMaker DevCon UK event, to be held at Gatwick in October. read more

Plans for Museum of the Year 2017 prize money announced

The Hepworth Wakefield has announced that it will use its £100,000 Art Fund Museum of the Year 2017 prize money to acquire a significant contemporary sculpture for Wakefield’s art collection and contribute to the transformation of the wider site immediately around the museum.read more

Wakefield’s first Tech Hub breathes life into former clinic

Wakefield is to get its first Tech Hub which will act as an incubator for start ups in the creative and digital sector and a hive for growing businesses creating jobs and promoting apprenticeships.read more

Xscape sky high as GRAVITY announces two new major attractions

Two major new sky high activities worth around £750,000 are set to launch at one of Yorkshire’s biggest tourist attractions.read more

Why Wakefield for The Car Buying Group

As CEO and Co-Founder of The Car Buying Group, which also happens to be one of the fastest growing tech companies in the north of England, Tom Marley’s accomplishments are already more than many of us could dream; what’s more, at only 39 years of age and with a £43.7 million-pound turnover organisation to his name, this young entrepreneur certainly knows a thing or two about running a profoundly successful business empire. read more

Backstage Academy puts spotlight on Wakefield economy

Wakefield’s Backstage Academy has underlined its commitment to investing in the city and is opening dedicated student accommodation to help boost the local economy.read more

Partnership makes dance happen in Castleford

WDH has joined forces with IVE (the Arts Council Bridge Organisation for Yorkshire & Humber) and Freedom2Dance to offer over 900 children the opportunity to learn through dance.read more