Suffolk Chamber News
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Suffolk’s leading business body has today (21 November) welcomed the announcement from EDF Energy that the final stage in its consultation for a new nuclear power station begins early next year.
A summit which brought together leading businesses, public sector organisations with mobile network operators and their trade body has been hailed as a good first step in identifying and addressing the problem of mobile not-spots across the eastern region.
Commenting on the announcement from the Prime Minister that the Cabinet has backed the draft Withdrawal Agreement and the political declaration on the future relationship between the UK and the EU27, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said:
Suffolk Chamber 2019 Diaries
An evening of celebration at the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Lowestoft & Waveney 11th Anniversary Gala Business Awards
Local businesses are being urged to use the opportunity provided by the last wave of the UK’s most authoritative business survey before the UK is currently due to leave the European Union on 29 March 2019, to tell the Government what trading conditions are like for them.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is hosting an important workshop where businesses across west Suffolk can discuss their current and future needs for employment land.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce’s latest Prestige Dinner proved to be a great success as the 200 guests were entertained to an informed and humorous talk on British politics, Brexit and Trump by renowned TV journalist, John Sergeant.
A roundtable event led by a leading expert on US-UK relations, and jointly run by Suffolk Chamber of Commerce and the Department for International Trade, proved invaluable for the wide range of businesses which attended.
Georgie Power, Communications Assistant at Suffolk Highways won the Apprentice of the Year Award at the national Highways Awards; beating tough competition from across the UK.