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Women in the Food Industry’s first Northern event pays homage to ‘Lancashire Female Food Entrepreneurs’ The free event is a collaboration with Marketing Lancashire, and generously hosted by Lancaster University’s Lancaster Conferences+ takes place on 30th January 2020.

JD Wetherspoon closes all of its social media accounts across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram made headlines in April 2019.

Lancaster Arts at Lancaster University commissioned us to create their Autumn Brochure. They support cultural and artistic engagement at the highest level through a programme of internationally renowned contemporary theatre, dance, visual art and classical music.

Actor Christine Mackie wrote this semi-autobiographical play in a moment of heartfelt reconciliation with events in her own past – and gave it to her daughter, actor Lois Mackie.

The Growing Club’s rebrand shows we are a business rooted in purpose. Our purpose is to share our expertise and talent with our community. We believe good business makes for a better world and also makes business sense.

Women in the Food Industry’ a new platform for thought leadership and relationship building for women working in Britain’s food, drink and hospitality industry

The results and outcomes are far better than I imagined and I feel extremely proud of what you have done for me.

Better with Jam have big city talent without the high costs of a London agency.

Our strategic marketing and our great hospitality network ensured that Craig Sherrington came to the attention of The Great British Menu.

Dr Ed McKeever form Lancaster University ” We were trending no. 3 on twitter in Ireland. Your presentation drew a lot of positive comment in Ireland. Ireland loves Better with Jam”

Professional photographs taken for your business is absolutely essential for communicating your brand essence.

Entrepreneurs are the stars of our community. We need them inside the School to keep every programme and every piece of research sharp with insights from the frontline of business.