Catch up on the latest news outside of our main focuses, including the latest updates from sectors such as IT, gambling, printing, and Virtual Reality.
Dunstan Carter has been appointed as the first Business Development Manager at The Sharp Project.
Online retailer Cartridge Save is opening a central Manchester office to house their new coding team after moving all development work in-house.
Skelmersdale-based software firm CoreRFID has sold a stake to Swiss multinational SpanSet which will make it the leading supplier of lifting inspection software systems in the world.
Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson has quit the Northern Powerhouse Partnership (NPP), saying it was "set up by a government which isn't prepared to listen".
Liverpool’s Foundation for Art and Creative Technology (FACT) has appointed a new CEO.
The new partnership will result in the creation of a new package in which thousands of BBC videos, articles, photos, news and virtual reality segments will be aligned to the STEMscopes PreK-12 curriculum.
Manchester server, storage and networking specialist King of Servers has acquired Think4 IT Solutions to create a new company called Evaris.
Estonian fintech firm Fitek has chosen Leeds as its UK headquarters and appointed its first employee there.
The UK's only videogame museum opened at its new base in Sheffield city centre on Saturday following three and a half years in Nottingham.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has become an investor and strategic adviser for virtual reality start-up Rezzil.