Finding new heights: Stuart Maclaren may be young but he has already achieved so much and will continue to fly high.
Friday, August 28
20 new jobs: The opening of a second Pizza Hut Delivery store in a former Lincoln pub will bring more pizza lovers in the city their favourite dishes right to their door.
Thursday, August 27
The Cardinal’s Hat: A beautiful Lincoln pub which dates back to the 1400s is being brought back to its former glory by a local businessman.
Wednesday, August 26
Network 46: A new purpose built distribution centre is being built for DPD near Lincoln, creating some 90 jobs for the area.
Major growth: Councils have revealed a major growth plan for Lincoln and surrounding districts, with thousands of new homes jobs and amenities.
Beyond property: Tim Downing took on a lot at a young age but does not regret a second of it – creating business was what he was born to do.
Tuesday, August 25
Agri-technology: The University of Lincoln have created a new institute to boost productivity for agri-technology.
Friday, August 21
New cycle shop: A new bike shop is set to open as an exciting addition at Doddington Hall near Lincoln.
High-tech skin treatment: A new oxygen facial clinic is set to open its doors in Lincoln after entrepreneur Nick Metcalfe took on the celebrity-endorsed trend.
Pending plans: Lincolnshire Co-op has unveiled plans to expand a popular Lincoln shopping park, bringing new retailers and jobs.
Thursday, August 20
Ideal location: A new car park in the centre of Lincoln has now opened.
Wednesday, August 19
Fashion business: After a 25-year career in the fashion industry, entrepreneur Jules White has made the move from London to Lincoln to open a new women’s clothing store.
Risk taker: Iain Lister has made a huge success out of taking risks
Tuesday, August 18
Business units underway: Work is officially underway on a new business development in North Kesteven which has the scope to provide almost 300 jobs in coming years.
Wednesday, August 12
Continued growth: Lincoln’s visitor economy grew by 5% in a single year, according to new figures.