Suffolk Chamber News
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DfE is running a short survey on how reforms to apprenticeship funding, including the Apprenticeship Levy, have affected employers and training providers.
The body co-ordinating the campaign to secure government investment at seven pinch points along the A14 in Suffolk took full advantage on Friday (15 September) of a meeting with senior staff from Highways England and the Department for Transport to explain the impact of delays on local businesses.
A contract was awarded Friday (15th) for the latest phase of expansion at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe.
Suffolk County Council are running a public consultation between Monday 4th September to Monday 16th October 2017 seeking the views on a new crossing over Lake Lothing.
The Suffolk Chamber of Commerce-led initiative to address seven pinch points along the A14 in Suffolk is making one final push to secure much-needed government investment.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce chief executive, John Dugmore, has agreed to be one of a group of high profiled Suffolk business people who will endure a series of trials in aid of St Nicholas Hospice, Bury St. Edmunds, on 27 October, in Suffolk’s very own ‘’Im a CEO…….. Get me out of here’’
Join Forces with Lowestoft Sixth Form College and Rai se the Profile of Careers within Your Organisation
What a start to the season at Portman Road – and what’s more you can win a pair of tickets for a future home game through your Chamber membership
Suffolk Chamber Board member takes part in historic event