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Newmarket Racecourses: fantastic facilities for business events
Newmarket Racecourses: fantastic facilities for business events
Newmarket Racecourses: fantastic facilities for business events
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British Chambers of Commerce General Election 2017 Manifesto spotlight - Business Environment Backing
British Chambers of Commerce General Election 2017 Manifesto spotlight - Business Environment Backing
British Chambers of Commerce General Election 2017 Manifesto spotlight - Business Environment Backing

For UK businesses to the deliver the jobs, growth and investment needed to secure our long-term economic future, they need a competitive environment here at home. However, as we approach yet another General Election, the UK continues to lag behind its international competitors.

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British Chambers of Commerce General Election 2017 Manifesto spotlight - Brexit and international trade
British Chambers of Commerce General Election 2017 Manifesto spotlight - Brexit and international trade
British Chambers of Commerce General Election 2017 Manifesto spotlight - Brexit and international trade

The Norway model. The Swiss model. The Turkish model. A CETA (the EU-Canada trade deal) inspired Free Trade Agreement. What kind of deal can the UK strike with the EU? And can businesses prepare for one of these options – or even for the possibility of leaving the EU without a transitional or future agreement in place in 2019?

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May Suffolk Chamber member benefit of the month
May Suffolk Chamber member benefit of the month
May Suffolk Chamber member benefit of the month
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Suffolk Chamber sponsors The Big Chinwag on Suffolk Day
Suffolk Chamber sponsors The Big Chinwag on Suffolk Day
Suffolk Chamber sponsors The Big Chinwag on Suffolk Day

Age UK Suffolk has announced that Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring The Big Chinwag on 21st June – the first ever Suffolk Day - as a way of encouraging the county’s businesses to show what they do for the community and to raise money for the charity.

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Suffolk Business Women event: using psychology to boost business performance
Suffolk Business Women event: using psychology to boost business performance
Suffolk Business Women event: using psychology to boost business performance

Suffolk Business Women, part of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, is hosting a unique networking event aimed at giving those attending a competitive advantage in using insights from clinical psychology to improve the workplace productivity.

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Cllr Colin Law
Cllr Colin Law
Cllr Colin Law

“On behalf of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Lowestoft & Waveney, we would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Cllr Colin Law at the news of his passing.

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Message from National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
Message from National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
Message from National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)

The British Chambers of Commerce has been contacted during the weekend by BEIS and the leadership of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and asked to urgently disseminate the information below in the wake of the high-profile cyberattack that occurred on Friday 12th May.

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Young Chamber initiative preps pupils for job interviews
Young Chamber initiative preps pupils for job interviews
Young Chamber initiative preps pupils for job interviews

Over 100 Year 12 pupils from The Royal Hospital School, Holbrook, took full advantage of the opportunity to practice and refine their interview techniques across a two day period.

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Suffolk Chamber welcomes British Chambers of Commerce election manifesto
Suffolk Chamber welcomes British Chambers of Commerce election manifesto
Suffolk Chamber welcomes British Chambers of Commerce election manifesto

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce welcomed the launch today (2nd May) of its national organisation’s manifesto for the 2017 General Election, believing that it “sets the broad framework within which the new incoming Government, regardless of political composition, should focus its energies upon” according to its chief executive, John Dugmore.

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