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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Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith, CBE, President of the British Chambers of Commerce, has issued a statement following the Primeminters recent Plan B announcement.
One of the leading Kickstart Scheme Gateway’s in the country has confirmed that their 250th funded position has been filled by a young Suffolk worker.
After an exciting evening celebrating achievements within Suffolk's business community, the winners of the Suffolk Business Awards 2021 have been announced.
Businesses gathered to celebrate outstanding individual and group achievements at the annual Suffolk Chamber of Commerce Lowestoft & Waveney Business Awards.
The UK’s first-ever International Trade Week is here. The week offers a series of exciting events to help businesses learn more about selling globally and connect with trade industry experts.
Mike Sorhaindo, Centre Manager at the Sailmakers Shopping Centre in Ipswich, semi-professional singer aka 'MJ Soul' and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Ipswich Board Member has raised £500 for The Blossom Appeal, thanks to the support of his music fans.
A leading regional law firm has joined 17 other senior organisations to become the latest patron of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, the voice of business in the county.
Today, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak MP delivered the Government’s latest budget. Please find our initial reaction as well as comments from Andrew Robinson of RSM. You can find a policy summary of the announcements here.
Shevaun Haviland, Director General of the BCC shares her thoughts on the Chancellor’s budget, as well as responses from the wider British Chamber of Commerce team.
A new funding model to attract a wider range of private investment into new nuclear power projects, cutting the cost of financing them and reducing the cost to consumers, has been set out by the Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng today (Tuesday 26 October).