Business Durham is set to help a further five entrepreneurs launch their businesses with its successful six-month accelerator programme. Durham City Incubator (DCI) is designed to help new County Durham companies flourish and has so far supported 22 entrepreneurs, in...
The British Business Bank’s Start-Up Loans (SUL) programme today announces it has issued its 75,000th loan, marking more than £623 million invested in small businesses since its launch in 2012.Of these 75,000 loans, 4,295 (6%) have been issued to...
Destination management organisation Visit County Durham has launched a marketing campaign that promotes Durham as being ‘Worth the Wait’, inspiring visitors from within the region to choose the county for a day visit or staycation.It marks the first stage...
Construction is underway on the final homes at new housing development being built on a former golf course in Durham. Bellway Durham has begun work on the last nine plots at The Green, a development 54 homes off South Road.The...
Proposals to create a business park in Durham generating an initial 4,000 jobs worth up to £400m have taken a step forward with the submission of plans. The Council has submitted a ‘hybrid’ planning application for the redevelopment of a...
Melanie had to close her family business, like many people, due to the government's lockdown, but last week she was able to reopen. Photography for Little People have been trading since 2005, with many families throughout the North East proudly...
Durham Markets Company has announced it is resuming Saturday Outdoor Markets from Saturday, June 13th. The weekly market in Durham Market Place will be open from 9am until 4.30pm, bringing a range of stalls including food and drink, homewares, clothing,...
A County Durham entrepreneur takes a step to success after launching his new online business, with support from Durham City Incubator. Networking platform, Scientistt, which provides a networking tool for research students and academic research groups, as well as promoting...
Businesses in County Durham are urged to be vigilant against scams and fraud during uncertainty caused by the lockdown During the lockdown, businesses across the UK have been targeted by scams such as false Government grant phone calls, malicious email...
Over 1,000 County Durham businesses have received grant money to support them during the Coronavirus mess Staff at the Council have worked since receiving government guidance late last week to contact businesses whose properties qualify for the grants.The council has...

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