The Yorkshire Grand Depart of the 2014 Tour De France has been provided with up to £10m of Government funding to help stage the event.
Welcome to Yorkshire told Prolific North earlier this week that they were hoping to have the sum confirmed to help them ramp up their promotional activity in the build up to the race.
A new, free publication designed to showcase creative talents has been thought up by Turn Key’s creative director, Richard Colvill.
BLANK has been designed as a “high-end collaborative” publication, which will work with different photographer, models and designers for each edition.
Event Marketing Solutions has recruited Peter Blyth as its operations director as the Cheshire-based firm looks to bring in new clients overseas.
His arrival follows that of Brian Child, the former chief executive of McCann Manchester, who has also been tasked with international expansion.
The BBC is opening up the tender process for a public relations agency to handle its TV licensing communications for the North of England.
In February it was revealed that this region was the only one without PR support and an “interim solution” was being put in place.
Manchester City has signed two new partnership deals, with an extension of its EA Sports contract and a new 3 year agreement with recruitment firm, Hays.
The 3-year contract with EA Sports was announced in Hong Kong and will see further digital content produced alongside the club.
Limehouse in Halifax is providing communications support, training and mentoring to support a new project for Pennine Housing.
Sick of Being Skint is aimed at young people under the age of 24 to improve financial and budgeting skills.
Preston-based sportswear manufacturer, Kukri, has announced that it will be supporting a number of English athletes leading up to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The official kit supplier to Commonwealth Games England will help up to 20 athletes who hope to be selected for Team England and will offer financial help, kit sponsorship and PR support.