Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Time to Shine

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Time to Shine

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Playing a part in the region's success story

DICKINSON Dees, the North-east's largest law firm and recently crowned North East Company of the Year, is delighted to show its commitment to the continued development and success of the region by sponsoring the North East Business Executive of the Year Award.

DICKINSON Dees signed up as a major sponsor of the awards for a five-year period, starting last year.

This long-term commitment is testimony to the firm's belief that these awards play a crucial part in promoting business excellence in the region.

Dickinson Dees, which has offices in the Tees Valley and Newcastle, is one of the largest independent employers in the region and has a national reputation for the quality of its work.

Dickinson Dees works with major national and international companies as well as a number of regional businesses - including Arriva, NUFC, Bellway Homes, Northern Rock, Grainger Trust, Northgate and many successful small to medium-sized companies.

The firm also works with public sector clients across the region and the UK. These include Newcastle City Council, Croydon Borough Council, Leeds City Council, the Arts Council and English Partnerships.

As a firm, Dickinson Dees has proved it is possible to create a national profile in any business sector from a base in this region.

Dickinson Dees was ranked as one of the Times Top 100 employers in 2005, for the third year in a row.

The firm is keen to support regional excellence in all areas - from business and the arts to sport.

The firm is active in the local communities of Tyneside and Teesside, and recently sponsored a group of youngsters from the North East Sailing Team (NEST) to take part in the Tall Ships Race on board The Spirit of Juno.

This year the firm is also a major sponsor of the Blue Print Business Awards for the second consecutive year. These awards recognize the importance of business planning skills in developing entrepreneurial young people in the North-east. …

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