March 2016 | Grosvenor Casino

Registration has opened for our March 2016 networking event, organised by The Yorkshire Enterprise Network (YEN) and The Telegraph & Argus. This month’s event will be hosted by Grosvenor Casino on Thursday 31st March 2016.

The Grosvenor Casino is located on Vicar Lane, Bradford BD1 5LD, next door to Cineworld in the Bradford Leisure Exchange.

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YEN Top 10 - Yorkshire Cyclists

YEN Top 10 - Yorkshire Cyclists

Following the great success of 2014 Tour De France Grand Départ, the media have hailed Yorkshire as “Europe’s newest cycling destination”, but …

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I Wish You'd Hurry Up With This Cash You Promised, Mr. Osbourne?

YEN Cartoon: "I Wish You'd Hurry Up With This Cash You Promised, Mr. Osbourne?"

Illustration by Steve Spencer - The Chancellor, George Osborne announced in his spring budget, that he is to allocate £150m to help build flood defences in Yorkshire and Cumbria.

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Creating A ‘Unique Selling Proposition’ For A Business | YEN Blog

Creating A ‘Unique Selling Proposition’ For A Business

Now I don’t know about you, but I very often get confused by the terms used within the business community, in particular …

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Social Media Experts Ready To Share Their Knowledge At Our March Event

Social Media Experts Ready To Share Their Knowledge At Our March Event

With our March 2016 networking event fast-approaching, we're pleased to announce the focus of our next Bradford Means Business event at the …

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YEN Research - Who Should Be Responsible For Aiding Residents And Businesses After Flood Damage?

Earlier this year, the UK was hit by a series of continual and unrelenting storms that flooded many parts of the country. Even regions that aren't normally affected by flooding, such as Yorkshire. Storms Desmond and Eva devastated over 15,000 UK homes alone and David Cameron resorted to calling in members of the armed forces to help distribute sandbags to the local residents and businesses.

With many insurance companies refusing to offer flooding insurance, or pricing it so unreasonably high no one can afford cover, questions have been asked over who should be accountable for helping to get families back to their homes and businesses running again after severe flooding.

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