Making an impact in the community
In 2015 Deloitte in Yorkshire and the North East selected new local office charity partnerships through employee nomination and subsequent staff voting. These charities are the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, selected by the Leeds office and St Oswald's Hospice voted for by the Newcastle office.
Clear direction of travel for Northern Powerhouse
Tony Reeves, local government advisory partner at Deloitte, comments on the Northern Powerhouse announcements in the Summer Budget.
Making an impact
Deloitte in Yorkshire and the North East actively participate in the Deloitte Access Programme, supporting Gateshead-based Cardinal Hume Catholic School and Bradford-based Tong High School. Cardinal Hume Catholic School in Gateshead has won the Deloitte Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) Predictions School Challenge.
Tech, Media & Telco Predictions 2015
Deloitte's Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) Predictions presents our view on the major trends from the sector that will emerge or be enhanced and how they will be adopted in 2015. But they're not designed to be the last word – have your say #tmtpredictions.
Deloitte Delight Local Hospice with £35,000 Donation
St Gemma’s Hospice would like to say a huge and heartfelt thank you to all of the staff at the Leeds office of Deloitte who have supported St. Gemma’s Hospice as their charity partner between 2013-15 and raised an absolutely incredible £35,000.
Income approaches £250m for North East’s top three football clubs
Revenues soaring for Magpies and Black Cats, according to new report; But financials for many Championship clubs ‘alarming’.
Record number of debt transactions with alternative lenders in Q3
Number of deals in European mid-market up 109%, from 35 in Q3 2013 to a record high of 73 in Q3 2014. European private debt funds have over €50bn of committed capital and are raising another €15bn in the next 12 months
Stephen Hall becomes new head of Deloitte Newcastle
Tax partner Stephen Hall has taken over as the office senior partner in the North East, following Paul Feechan’s decision to retire from the professional services business in August this year.
The Leeds Crane Survey
The latest Leeds Crane Survey shows a significant increase in new construction starts, but with occupier demand rebounding as the economy recovers, many sectors remain undersupplied.
As the UK’s economic recovery continues to gather pace, many businesses in our region are increasingly turning their attention towards growth opportunities.
Optimism within North East Manufacturing
Despite operating in unpredictable and unforgiving times, members of the North East’s manufacturing community are committed to seeking new ways of working with a global supply chain to deliver greater benefits.