DOZENS OF BUSINESSES ATTEND FIRST BOOST YOUR BUSINESS COURSE

DOZENS OF BUSINESSES ATTEND FIRST BOOST YOUR BUSINESS COURSE

OVER 30 business owners and employees have attended the first of a series of courses designed to support company growth. The Boost your Business three-day residential course was held at Newcastle Airport’s Novotel and is part of a series of funded programmes organised...
GEORGE FINDS HIS CAREER CALLING

GEORGE FINDS HIS CAREER CALLING

A 21-YEAR-OLD who left school without any career direction and with few qualifications has secured himself a job –  with the enterprise organisation that originally put him on the right path. Peterlee man George Manser dipped in and out of several college...
FORGING A PATHWAY INTO WORK

FORGING A PATHWAY INTO WORK

YOUNG people in East Durham are being given the tools to steer them on the right path into the world of work. 16 to 24 year olds who are not in education, employment or training are being given the chance to gain valuable job skills with the help of East Durham...
EDBS SEAHAM NEARS FULL OCCUPANCY

EDBS SEAHAM NEARS FULL OCCUPANCY

A BUSINESS facility is giving more SMEs the chance to grow as it nears full occupancy. The Novus II Centre in Seaham was opened in 2013 as part of East Durham Business Service’s plans to encourage a more people in the area to take the chance at being their own boss....
SUPPORT AVAILABLE FOR ENTREPRENEURS

SUPPORT AVAILABLE FOR ENTREPRENEURS

BUDDING entrepreneurs with an idea they want to turn into a viable business are being urged to utilise the expertise of a support organisation. East Durham Business Service (EDBS) was established over 20 years ago to develop and assist people who wanted to help to...
DISENGAGED YOUNG PEOPLE HELPED INTO WORK

DISENGAGED YOUNG PEOPLE HELPED INTO WORK

FOURTEEN disengaged young people are a step closer to finding work after completing an employment programme – with a further eight enrolled to take part. The young men and women – aged 18 to 24 from East Durham – took part in the Talent Match initiative managed by...