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Place your bets for Bally at Las Vegas casino night
Place your bets for Bally at Las Vegas casino night
Place your bets for Bally at Las Vegas casino night
A casino night has been organised to raise vital funds for The Elena Baltacha Foundation which gives children from all backgrounds the opportunity to learn to play tennis.
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Wallis Shipping's Jenna Morgan wins National Young Freight Forwarder of the Year
Wallis Shipping's Jenna Morgan wins National Young Freight Forwarder of the Year
Wallis Shipping's Jenna Morgan wins National Young Freight Forwarder of the Year
Wallis Shipping are proud to announce Jenna Morgan won Young Freight Forwarder of the Year at this year's BIFA Freight Services Awards.
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What is Account Based Marketing and How to Use It to Boost Your B2B Marketing?
What is Account Based Marketing and How to Use It to Boost Your B2B Marketing?
What is Account Based Marketing and How to Use It to Boost Your B2B Marketing?
Account Based Marketing or ABM is set to become one of the marketing watch-words for business-to-business marketing in 2020.
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BCC joins leading business organisations to offer government help designing a new immigration system
BCC joins leading business organisations to offer government help designing a new immigration system
BCC joins leading business organisations to offer government help designing a new immigration system

Open letter to Home Secretary published days ahead of Migration Advisory Committee report

The UK’s five largest business organisations (BCC, CBI, FSB, IOD & MakeUK) - and around 30 trade associations, from hoteliers to universities, employing millions of people – have signed a letter to Rt Hon Priti Patel offering their help in designing a new immigration system.

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Beyond 2020:  Business Priorities for the Next Decade
Beyond 2020:  Business Priorities for the Next Decade
Beyond 2020: Business Priorities for the Next Decade

The BCC Annual Conference will take place on the 5 March 2020 at the QEII Centre, London.

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INTRODUCING SPAM TITAN - HERCULEAN ANTI-SPAM EMAIL PROTECTION
INTRODUCING SPAM TITAN - HERCULEAN ANTI-SPAM EMAIL PROTECTION
INTRODUCING SPAM TITAN - HERCULEAN ANTI-SPAM EMAIL PROTECTION
Just like its canned meat equivalent that lives for years in the back of the kitchen cupboard, Spam is here to stay. The secret to its endurance is the increasing sophistication of techniques used by spammers. As such, it continues to be one of the most prevalent and problematic IT issues for businesses and one that needs constant surveillance.
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Ransomware and what to do
Ransomware and what to do
Ransomware and what to do
As with the recent TravelEx incident, businesses of all sizes can find themselves severely damaged by serious ransomware or cyber-attack. What can you do to help prevent this?
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Ellisons Solicitors incorporating Gross & Co. expands its family law offering
Ellisons Solicitors incorporating Gross & Co. expands its family law offering
Ellisons Solicitors incorporating Gross & Co. expands its family law offering
Ellisons Solicitors incorporating Gross & Co. has appointed Rosalyn Jacobs as a family law solicitor, joining the firm’s team based in Bury St Edmunds.
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Headway Suffolk supports call for more research into heading footballs
Headway Suffolk supports call for more research into heading footballs
Headway Suffolk supports call for more research into heading footballs
Headway Suffolk has backed Headway UK’s call for more research to be done after the Scottish FA announced it’s considering banning children under 12 heading a football. The University of Glasgow carried out research and found that former professional players were three-and-a-half times more likely to suffer from neurodegenerative disease and be at risk of dementia.
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Post-Brexit Britain will benefit from an African trade boom
Post-Brexit Britain will benefit from an African trade boom
Post-Brexit Britain will benefit from an African trade boom
Post-Brexit Britain will benefit from an African trade boom, claims one East Anglian businesswoman.
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