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EDF Energy, one of Suffolk’s leading employers, has become the latest organisation to sign up as a patron of an innovative scheme, run by the leading business body in the county aimed at bridging the gap between the world of education and the world of work.
The leading voice for the business community in Haverhill and the surrounding villages has boosted its board by recruiting two of the area’s leading businesspeople.
Treatt, a global, independent supplier of innovative ingredient solutions for the flavour, fragrance and consumer goods industries from Bury St Edmunds has been crowned one of the winners in the East of England heats of the British Chambers of Commerce Business Awards 2016.
Local businesses have the chance to hear at first-hand the incredible journey of a local company that has become an international success story – by being really adventurous.
While the deliberation over Article 50’s implementation continues, the UK economy continues to function as normal.
Over a dozen of the county’s leading business people charged with encouraging more inward investment into Suffolk had a chance to look around Associated British Ports’ Ipswich operations earlier this week.
One of Ipswich’s leading further education providers has become the first organisation to sign up as a patron of an innovative scheme, run by the leading business body in the county aimed at bridging the gap between the world of education and the world of work.
A packed Suffolk Chamber of Commerce networking lunch yesterday (20th September) heard from the Vice-Chancellor of the UK’s newest university that local businesses had a vital role to play in shaping its future direction, including the content of its courses.
The leading voice of the business community in Mildenhall, Newmarket and the villages surrounding them has been further strengthened this week with the confirmation that two highly experienced local businesspeople have joined its board.
Nearly two dozen senior businesspeople from across west Suffolk took full advantage of their recent attendance at a business dinner to get to the heart of key issues by quizzing Matt Hancock, West Suffolk MP and the Minister for Digital and Culture.