Read on below to find the latest business news in County Durham and the North East.
Business and IT consultancy Waterstons has recruited a former detective constable at the Metropolitan Police to its cyber team as a senior information security consultant.
Nationally recognised training provider has helped a council with its ongoing quest to develop the skills and qualifications of its workforce.
Ambitious plans to invest up to £50 million in tackling climate change through more than 100 projects in County Durham will be discussed by councillors next week.
A County Durham-headquartered wine group has reported a steep increase in turnover along with its highest ever EBITDA in new results.
A County Durham roofing business is building on its 2019 success after achieving its initial two-year target inside 12 months.
An outline application for an extensive healthcare focused mixed-use scheme in County Durham, which includes uses for hospitality, has been given the seal of approval.
Businesses from across the North East region are invited to find out more about the benefits of 3D printing and how they can be applied to their companies.
Sarah Slaven is taking on the role of Interim Managing Director at Business Durham, the economic development arm of Durham County Council, following the departure of Brian Archer.
Fablink Group, a tier one manufacturer supplying steel and aluminium products to global OEMs including CAT, DAF, Jaguar Land Rover and JCB, today announces the official launch of its new branding.
A LEADING NORTH EAST law firm has set up its own charitable trust, to help support community groups across the region.
A County Durham business with an annual turnover of close to £100million is continuing its ongoing expansion with a commitment to drive its digital division.
As National Apprenticeship Week gets underway, a specialist supplier of print and packaging solutions with headquarters in the North East is investing in future generations.