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Manchester City Council's new website, developed in conjunction with Jadu and with additional input from Keep It Usable, was unveiled today, with the team responsible proclaiming they have set a 'new benchmark for council sites'.

Following the success of last year's event, Smooth Radio is to again stage ‘Love Live Music On The Waterfront’ at The Pier Head in Liverpool on Saturday 8 June.

The Manchester office of media buying agency PHD has negotiated a four month sponsorship package on behalf of Sandtex, owned by Crown Paints, and The Sportsline reports on Sky News.

The Lancashire events agency Don’t Panic is expanding its growing 'Search Awards' brand, into the US with its inaugural awards set to be held in Las Vegas in October this year.

The new Leeds Arena, due to open in September, has awarded a contract for its print and related design and promotional materials, to UYR Group in Pontefract.

The Liverpool Echo has this week launched its first new 'geographical' localised edition in over a decade.

Cheshire business-to-business research company, B2B International has reported its best ever first quarter figures claiming that turnover rose to £1.7m, a doubling of sales year-on-year. The company reported total sales for 2012 of £5.1 million.

The inward investment body for Manchester, MIDAS, has released its annual report for the year to March 2013. Of the 81 projects that the body helped to bring to life, roughly a quarter of new projects were crated by companies in the creative, digital and media sectors.

Cat Lewis, the chief executive of independent TV production company Nine Lives, has been elected to the role of vice chair of the Pact council. Pact is the professional association of TV producers and represents most of the independent TV companies in the UK.

Cheshire-based marketing services provider APS Group has appointed Ken Moores as business development director. He will be responsible for developing new revenue streams across APS Group's key vertical markets including retail, financial services, public sector, charity and automotive, and will report into executive director Kim Naylor.

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