Take a look through our weekly features and opinion pieces, including insights into some of the most exciting companies in the North, as well as interviews with the people who run them.

James Pressley

James Pressley, Head of Corporate and Commercial at Kirwans law firm, explains why things are about to change for online platforms like Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and Airbnb that have effectively been operating outside the law.

Steve Thompson, Forward Role

Steve Thompson, Managing Director of Forward Role - leading digital and marketing recruitment firm - shares his counterintuitive view of procrastination. Done right, it won't hold you back, but can actually propel you forward.

The agency works with both national and regional companies to provide all types of PR - from consumer and trade to B2B, from online and offline to broadcast. Founder and Managing Director Laura Mashiter reveals what a week in her working life is really like...

Croft Myl is a historic building, built in the 1900s. Business partners, Vicky and Brian Nolan began the £1m refurbishment of Croft Myl in 2015 and have since provided local businesses with vibrant office space.

Nublue will be at eCSN 2019, both exhibiting and delivering a talk, so we decided to find out more about their Managing Director, Michael Ashworth.

SPINR are a newly-launched data management platform, based in Ancoats, and their main mission is to enable other startups and SMEs to grow by utilising their data.

This week, Anwar Sultan, Chief Marketing Officer of The Dining Club Group and newly-formed B2B marketing agency, ELLO Media, takes us through a week in his working life.

Katie Gallagher, Manchester Digital

Katie Gallagher, Managing Director of Manchester Digital, stresses the need for collaboration, diversity, and connecting industry to education, in plugging Greater Manchester’s widening digital skills gap.

We take a closer look at the recently-refurbished offices of O Communications in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Smart DCC is behind the roll-out of smart meters across the country. Their infrastructure involves a wireless network that connects meters to energy suppliers.


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