Profile: Nadia Jefferson-Brown

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Latest articles from Nadia Jefferson-Brown

LNER has been rated a top UK employer for the third year running by the Top Employers Institute.
Mark Schneider, CEO of Nestle, is unveiling new plans for its cocoa production to tackle risks of child labour, improve full traceability of cocoa and gender equality.
York developers Cooper & Westgate have launched to market eight homes built on the site of the former New Inn public house and hotel in Burnt Yates.
The new range from Nestle Confectionery for this Spring 2022.
Contenders in the FSB regional awards 2022, clockwise from top left, Rae & Rae Opticians, Ellen Cole, Little Seed Group, Bethan Vincent, Potions Cauldron, Sharmini's Inspirational Indian Cuisine, and Philip Bolson, of Mr B Hospitality.
BioScapes chairman and managing director, Paul Dawson with the NatureArk product - a self-contained ecosystem.
Cllr Andrew Waller, inset, says York was making a good recovery but it remained an uneasy and challenging time for many businesses.
Mount Vale Garden development in York has sold out. Pictured, David Smith, bottom left, of Mulgrave Properties, and Max Reeves, of the Helmsley Group which were involved in the joint venture.
Lucy Pembayun, of LEaF Translations, is one of the guest speakers at Connect over Coffee, which Adam Gill, inset, of Vidaveo, said had helped him navigate his business during the pandemic.
A previous beneficiary from the Sirius Minerals Foundation, the Scarborough Mates group, used a grant to find and refurbish a new facility.