Suffolk Chamber News
The Suffolk Chamber is committed to serving the business community. We provide business information and news for our members and the local business community as one of the many ways we support business.
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Suffolk Chamber is proud to announce the unveiling of its innovative series of International Trade Training courses for 2024, designed to meet the evolving demands of businesses navigating the complexities of the global marketplace.
The Suffolk Chamber of Commerce has been closely analysing the recently released 2023 Autumn Statement, and it is a must-read for anyone concerned about the impact on businesses.
November Business & Policy Briefing
Following the release of the Autumn Statement, John Dugmore, CE of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, has expressed a sentiment of 'modest enthusiasm' while highlighting both positive and concerning aspects of the government's fiscal plans.
The Chief Executives of 37 Chambers, representing over 35,000 businesses, have called on Jeremy Hunt to use the Autumn Statement to offer ‘much needed solutions to Britain’s investment problem’.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce connects with the 300-year-old Suffolk silk company that is aligning its legacy with innovation and sustainability
Attendees at this week’s (14 November) Suffolk Chamber Net Zero & Climate Adaptation Group were rewarded with insights from three leading business influencers covering some of the key issues that need to be addressed to deliver the county’s longer-term net zero ambitions.
The annual Lowestoft & Waveney Business Awards (LWBA) once again showcased the remarkable talent, innovation, and success of the local business community. After a highly anticipated evening of celebration, the winners have been announced, marking another chapter in the area's thriving entrepreneurial landscape.
London, 8 November 2023 — Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, led by International Trade Manager Koyas Miah and accompanied by influential Suffolk business leaders representing diverse sectors such as manufacturing, engineering, and food and drink, played a significant role in a seminal event hosted at the House of Lords. Organised by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), as part of the esteemed International Trade Week, this gathering convened a diverse audience of politicians, diplomats, civil servants, businesses, and Chamber members to champion export growth, with a special emphasis on the BCC's Trade Manifesto.
Welcome to Suffolk Chamber’s November International Trade Newsletter.