Welcome to PWA Unlimited
15 years old in May 2014
Using the North East as a base we deliver support with Business Growth and Development across the UK.
How do you plan to succeed?
- Organic Growth?
- Fast Track Growth
- Growth through Acquisition or Merger?
A Bespoke Approach
Your business is truly unique and our commitment is to provide a blend of support geared directly to your specific requirements.
Whether you are wanting to grow organically, fast track your success or acquire or merge with other viable businesses PWA Unlimited can provide you with the essential support required. In other words we will:
‘Support you in achieving your goals’
When you work with our team you are working with people who have a life time of experience in developing and growing businesses. You will work with highly trained business specialists who will work with you and support you in developing your business to become even more successful.
North East needs to take more tech start-ups to the next level, says investment head GP Bullhound managing partner Hugh Campbell believes the region needs to attract more investment firms
Northumbrian Fine Foods boosts sales of gluten free biscuits to return to profit Gateshead business has launched over 100 gluten free products, winning awards for its chocolate cookies
Union Rooms' closure in Newcastle city centre is met with dismay Drinkers have lamented the decision by pub chain Wetherspoon to close its site on Westgate Road
North East construction and property to thrive in 2017, specialists predict Affordable housing and student accommodation are sectors set to shine this year, according to KPMG
New 'Amazon-style' website launches to sell only North East products That's Champion Pet will sell items from over 50 local business during 2017
Four North East branches of Yorkshire Bank to close amid network transformationA total of 200 jobs will go across 39 branches of Yorkshire Bank, while Clydesdale is also closing branches in Scotland
Business Breakfast RECAP: Four North East Yorkshire Bank branches to close The Journal Business team's live blog bringing you the morning's most important business and financial news
Duke of York praises North East business at Dragons' Den style pitching event Over a dozen of the region's tech businesses pitched to Prince Andrew to make it to boot camp
Union Rooms is sold in Newcastle: All you need to know Everything you want to know on the sale of JD Wetherspoon's landmark pub and restaurant
Forbidden Planet to open Newcastle megastore in city centre move The sci-fi and cult entertainment retailer is to open a new shop on Grainger Street, which will be its biggest outside London
Wetherspoon's Union Rooms in Newcastle is sold and will close next monthThe listed building in Newcastle was put up for sale last year and has been sold to new owners
Manager leaves Newcastle's Crowne Plaza Hotel for rival firm Andrew Fox is taking an area manager role at Q Hotels, with responsibility for Slaley Hall and two other resorts
Plans for huge solar farm in Northumberland abandoned after subsidy cut The planned development near Ashington would have cut emissions and made money for Northumberland County Council
Sage CEO condemns global policy makers for ignoring small businesses Stephen Kelly has criticised the Davos summit and said small businesses should be better represented on the world stage
Camerons Brewery invests in The Cluny and The Cluny 2 in Newcastle's Ouseburn Camerons owns around 70 pubs around the UK and took over The Cluny in 2013 when it acquired the Head of Steam group
Nissan and Newcastle University come together for pioneering electric vehicle projectResearch project will aim to develop vehicles that can put energy back into the grid
Business Breakfast RECAP: EE fined £2.7m for overcharging customers The Journal Business team's live blog bringing you the morning's most important business and financial news
CIPD awards in Newcastle aim to showcase the changing nature of HR North East Human Resources and Development Awards will take place at the Gosforth Marriott Hotel in June
North East cities could be opened for new investment as part of new legislation Legal changes could soon give property owners powers to collectively invest in cities, following successes in London, Europe and the US
Northumberland firm Omega Plastics helps develop revolutionary draught excluderBlyth firm links up with Cumbrian business using Lakeland wool for device that prevents draughts around chimneys
Households will be poorer in 2017 but North East businesses may thrive, says UBSBrexit has caused inflation to reach a two-year high while wages remain flat
Helping poor families buy nutritious food could be way forward for farmers after Brexit Farming group suggests range of ways in which British farmers could be incentivised after withdrawal from the EU
Veg shortage predicted as cold snap in Europe hits suppliers Supermarkets are running low on courgettes but shortages are also predicted for peppers, broccoli and lettuce
£1m revamp for St Nicholas Building in Newcastle unveiled by property specialists Naylors The building had a £13m asking price when it was acquired by a private investor two years ago