Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

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Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Working Week

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A slowing economy has sent the number of small business start-ups in the region plummeting, a report from Barclays Bank revealed. The only area in the Tees Valley holding its own when it comes to entrepreneurs launching their own business is Redcar and Cleveland.

TEESSIDE experts are leading the way in a major green initiative aimed at encouraging businesses to make sure their waste does not go to waste. A waste-sharing project led by Teesside University's Clean Environment management Centre (Clemance) with support from The Centre of Process Innovation at Wilton is being launched this week. Christine Parry, pictured, is managing the project.

THE new owner of Stokesley meat-alternative firm Quorn unveiled multi-million pound investment plans for the company. Premier Foods, the company behind Typhoo Tea and Branston Pickle, bought Quorn manufacturer Marlow Foods earlier this year for pounds 172m. It plans to invest pounds 2m at Marlow Foods in marketing and developing new products to support its growth plans for the business. …

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