Suffolk Chamber News
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Chris chats to Desmond MacCarthy (of BBC's Normal for Norfolk fame) about life on Wiveton Hall Farm on and off camera; Desmond’s passion for the environment; and how you pivot a business model from fruit picking and farming, into a successful tourist destination.
The ‘Back to Business’ support exhibition and the Tech & Beer networking event that followed it in the evening at The EpiCentre, Haverhill, on Wednesday 21st July proved a great success.
At Clear Idea Finance, we receive a lot of enquiries from people interested in buying property at auction – everything from houses and flats, investment or buy-to-let properties, HMOs, refurbishment or conversion projects to retail, commercial and mixed-use properties. If you're considering making a purchase from a property auction, read on to find out how to arrange the financing you'll need.
Guardtech Cleanrooms defying limitations of time, space and budget to help firms achieve high-quality controlled environment production
From retail to entertainment and even healthcare, virtually every part of our lives has experienced a shift to digital – but perhaps none more so than banking and finance.
If you're in business in East Suffolk, we would love 5 minutes of your time... Take our Rapid ESBC Test, help us understand where to target our support and connections for a chance to win a sumptuous hamper of delicious Suffolk delicacies!
To start season 5 James and Mark respond to a specific listener request to chat about a very important topic; men's mental health. They share their personal experiences and offer ideas and practical tips to help promote better mental well-being (which are applicable regardless of gender).
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) responds to the announcement of the new UK approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol.
ABP’s Port of Ipswich is again the number one for the export of agricultural products in the UK, beating London, Bristol and Southampton to claim the title it has held since 2005. On the 14th July 2021, the Department for Transport published the UK port freight statistics for the UK, reporting that ABP’s Port of Ipswich shipped 516,000 tonnes of agricultural products in 2020, which is higher than the 500,000 tonnes shipped by London. In total the Port of Ipswich exported 21% of UK major ports’ outwards agricultural products tonnage last year.