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Business affairs and commercial consultancy firm, is opening an office at MediaCityUK in Salford.

Part of the Compact Media Group, its new northern base will be headed by Jane...

Animation and interactive developer Studio Liddell, has licensed Smiley Company’s iconic imagery to create a unique puzzle game for Apple mobile and tablet devices.

Shine North has recruited Rick Murray and Frank Smalley to joined its Manchester-based team, as executive producer and producer respectively.

Liverpool games developer Atomicom is one of just 13 companies nationally which has been awarded funding from Creative England's £5m Regional Growth Fund. Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and the Creative Industries, is to visit the company tomorrow - Thursday 17 January.

Moving On, the mini TV series of 45 minute dramas produced by LA Productions of Liverpool and aired on BBC1, is scheduled to return to the channel with a new five parter in mid Feb.

While clearly largely famous for being “the final frontier”, “space” is also notable for coming at something of a premium in many a caravan or motorhome.

Two of Manchester's leading agencies: marketing communications company MC2 and digital agency magneticNorth are in advanced merger discussions. Prolific North understands discussions and due diligence are under way.

IPB, a communications agency with offices in Sale and Durham, has changed hands, with the founder and majority shareholder, Tony Ingham, selling his controlling stake to Stewart Pimbley and Steve Fox.

The acquisition was completed before Christmas.

The first three confirmed speakers for the 2013 TEDxLiverpool are Jason Bradbury, Pam Warhurst and Graham Thomas. This year's event, the third TEDxLiverpool, will take place on Thursday 7 February 2013 at the Liverpool John Moores University Art and Design Academy.

Mobile app developer Attido Mobile has launched an updated version of its PassWallet app, the first cross-platform app to fully support Apple's Passbook ticketing format. The app now supports push notifications, using Google Cloud Messaging, meaning passes can be updated remotely by the provider, bringing the app in line with Apple's Passbook.


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