Liverpool game and animation studio Milky Tea is to expand after receiving investment from Chinese internet services provider Tencent Holdings Limited.
Liverpool fashion retailer Rare Fashion, trading as Rare London, has gone into administration and all 56 of its staff have been made redundant.
Manchester City Council has published an invitation to tender for digital solutions in the city centre as part of its CityVerve project.
MD Rachel Davies has led a management buy-out of Harrogate-based airport advertising specialist Eye Airports.
Rotherham printer Instantprint is creating 28 new jobs after investing £5million in technology this summer.
Each Friday in The Wrap, one of the North’s leading media and creative figures will be giving us their take on the news covered by Prolific North over the last seven days.
Organisers of the 2018 Liverpool International Business Festival have announced the intention to drive the total value of trade and investment enabled by the event since 2014 to £1billion.
Leaders from the public and private sector joined together to launch the Greater Manchester Internationalisation Strategy - a three-year framework for action worth more than £2.2bn to the region’s economy.
Manchester creative content and photography business Grey Box Studio Ltd has been awarded £100,000 of funding from Barclays Bank and the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund.
Crowdfunding agency Nuuk has relocated from Dublin to Accelerate Places on Princess Street in Manchester and is targeting a turnover of £500,000 for 2018.