Manchester-based Milk Jnr’s & Kidworks turns the four characters it created for Morrisons last year into an exclusive set of collectable figures.
Organisers of The International Business Festival, the UK’s flagship trade and investment event, are already looking for a creative team to work on the event in Liverpool next year.
The BBC reveals further details of plans to mark Hull’s year as City of Culture, including the premiere of a musical dramatisation to accompany A Clockwork Orange.
Liverpool has appointed a senior executive at global gaming firm Electronic Arts as its new chief executive.
Joanna Natasegara, who went to Withington Girls’ School, won the oscar for best documentary short for The White Helmets, which follows the perilous work of volunteers helping the victims of Syria's civil war.
Phil Hodari, an early backer of Graphene, has been named as a key sponsor and judge of the University Entrepreneurs Challenge.
Conference and training provider Salford Professional Development recruits former BBC presenter and producer Lynne McCadden as head of its new digital and creative business unit.
Photos from Spencer Tunick’s Sea of Hull event - the largest nude installation in the UK - will form the centrepiece of an exhibition at the Ferens Art Gallery in April.
The British Business Bank launches its £400m Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund, offering help to small and medium businesses in the North.
LOVE reveals its new packaging design for ‘Flowers by Häagen-Dazs’, a limited edition collection that will be launched globally in Spring 2017.