Law firm Schofield Sweeney has chosen West Yorkshire homelessness charity Simon on the Streets as its charity of the year to support throughout 2021.
Home Instead Calderdale & Spen Valley has launched a new live-in care service. Clients from across Calderdale, Huddersfield and Bradford now have the option to have a CAREGiver with them at all times, overseeing their wellbeing day and night, in their home, the place they feel most safe and secure.
The last year has challenged all of us in business in ways that we could never have imagined. The stadium has suffered as much as most, given that our two main occupations are entertaining crowds in professional sport and hosting large scale conferences and events. Just like everyone else, we have had to be innovative: we’ve had to get used to the demands of staging closed door matches and a small, but steady flow, of largely training based non match day activity. However, this has also meant developing relationships with the NHS, to fight back against Covid.
Ramsdens Corporate team, led by Senior Associate Emma Spragg with support from Partners Stephen Newman and Richard Dean, advised the members of Solicitors Own Software (SOS) on the recent sale of their shares to PracticeEvolve Group for an undisclosed sum.
Staff from Wakefield College’s Work Placement Team have gone virtual by teaming up with Wakefield-based engineering firm Sewtec Automation to offer college students an insight into the engineering industry.
Huddersfield cloud accountancy firm My Management Accountant has revived a peer support group for local businesses looking for guidance on coping with the latest lockdown.
Corksol Ltd, the Brighouse-based company that exclusively distributes Corksol SprayCork to approved applicators across the UK, has received a £150,000 grant from the Sustainable Innovation Fund to develop a next generation coating that will protect homes against heat loss and damp from the inside out.