Suffolk Chamber News
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Have you ever wondered what it looks like inside Ipswich’s Jerwood DanceHouse?
West Suffolk-based global ingredients manufacturer and solutions provider and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce member Treatt plc has scooped a prestigious regional award – and stands a chance of doing the same nationally.
Norse Commercial Services has completed the signing of its 16th local authority partnership, the latest seeing the formation of Daventry Norse, with Daventry District Council.
Suffolk businesses, especially those in manufacturing, are reporting stronger sales, orders and employment data in the third quarter of this year, compared to the second three-month period of 2017.
The Government’s Work, Health and Disability Green Paper: Improving lives outlined the national vision for work and health (including the role of employers).
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is putting the finishing touches to its newest benefit scheme, aimed at giving our members both peace of mind and great savings.
Following the first meeting of the EU Exit Business Advisory Group on Wednesday, 13 September, Dr Adam Marshall, director general of the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC), wrote to the Chancellor of the Exchequer regarding the immigration status of EU citizens living and working in the UK.
Stansted Airport, part of the MAG group would like to offer Suffolk Chamber of Commerce members a 20% discount for the upcoming Stansted Meet the Buyer event on Wednesday 1st November.
The International Festival of Learning invites you to join them for light refreshments and a short address by key education partners behind Suffolk’s unique new International Festival of Learning.
Over 20 Suffolk-based businesses and representatives from other organisations took full advantage of a face-to-face meeting with Mark Garnier MP, the Minister for Investment from the Department of International Trade, to highlight the opportunities and challenges of contributing to the country’s export-led economic future