F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton will miss Sunday’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year ceremony in Liverpool, while there are also doubts about whether Chris Froome and Mo Farah will attend.
The Advertising Bike Company Ltd, which operates a fleet of advertising bikes equipped with billboards, has been put up for sale with a guide price of £150,000.
PR and marketing social enterprise, Yellow Jigsaw, has been appointed by Warrington Housing Association.
BBC Sport has extended its coverage of snooker’s Triple Crown tournaments, including the Betfred World Championship in Sheffield and UK Championship in York.
Yorkshire’s Our Creative has completed the brand design for a new range of sauces.
Aaron & Partners has recruited Christos Kottis as its new head of marketing.
Northern Film + Media has launched a new £90k growth development programme for indies in the North East of England.
Wisdom has it that young people love all things digital, while old fogies like me are stuck tuning in to their wireless radios. That isn’t, however, always the case, writes Nigel Hughes, board director of Havas PR UK.
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.
This week it’s the turn of Andy McCaul, co-founder and managing director at Mirfield-based The Bigger Boat.
Victorian Plumbing will be sponsoring a new series of Through The Keyhole on ITV.