Suffolk Chamber News
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The ongoing dialogue between Suffolk’s leading business organisation and senior civil servants stepped up a gear this week as officials from the Department of Business Enterprise and the Industrial Strategy (BEIS) met with local business leaders.
Suffolk Chamber International, part of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, is hosting a unique opportunity for local companies interested in breaking into the increasingly open Malaysian market.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Experian, the leading global information services group, to launch two new exciting schemes for the exclusive use of Chamber members.
The campaign set up to persuade the Government to include much-needed improvements to the A14 in Suffolk in its next road building programme has welcomed the positive response from officials at Highways England to a study looking at the benefits to be had from addressing the road’s 12 pinch points.
A pair of classic tall ships sailed into the Port of Lowestoft this week, stopping off on their voyages around the world.
The vessels made a spectacular sight for local people during their short stop off.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce welcomed visitors from Suffolk, Virginia recently at a special meeting at Ipswich Town Football Club, which included Chamber members that are targeting the US market.
So the starting gun has been fired and Article 50 has been triggered. As a result, negotiations are now formally underway to agree the terms and conditions under which this country will leave the European Union in two years’ time.
In partnership with Suffolk Community Foundation, The High Sheriff, William Kendall held this year’s High Sheriff’s Awards for Suffolk last night at The Hoffman Building in Snape Maltings. It was hosted by BBC Radio Suffolk presenter Lesley Dolphin and Suffolk Community Foundation’s Development Director Tim Holder.
Over 60 delegates seized the chance to shape the details as to how Suffolk can best benefit from the Government’s emerging Industrial Strategy at a speaker and workshop event yesterday (21st March) held at Wherstead Park, Ipswich.