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More than 200 businesses encouraged to become net zero heroes at Suffolk Chamber event
More than 200 businesses encouraged to become net zero heroes at Suffolk Chamber event
More than 200 businesses encouraged to become net zero heroes at Suffolk Chamber event

Enthusiastic business owners and professionals gathered (27 April) at Trinity Park in Ipswich to find out how they can take their first or next steps towards becoming net zero business heroes.

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Leadership & Life Chat - Power of public speaking with Andrew Brammer
Leadership & Life Chat - Power of public speaking with Andrew Brammer
Leadership & Life Chat - Power of public speaking with Andrew Brammer
James & Mark chat to Andrew Brammer, global award-winning public speaker, who believes passionately in the power of public speaking, and the wider benefits that your new-found confidence can bring to all aspects of your life.
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PROPERTY DEVELOPER JAYNIC AGREES LAND PROMOTION DEAL  ON 279-ACRE SITE AT BARTON MILLS, SUFFOLK
PROPERTY DEVELOPER JAYNIC AGREES LAND PROMOTION DEAL  ON 279-ACRE SITE AT BARTON MILLS, SUFFOLK
PROPERTY DEVELOPER JAYNIC AGREES LAND PROMOTION DEAL ON 279-ACRE SITE AT BARTON MILLS, SUFFOLK
Land promoter and developer Jaynic has entered into a land promotion agreement on 279-acres adjacent to the A11 at Barton Mills, Suffolk, with the land offering significant potential for future commercial development.
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Construction Costs Increase – Can a Fixed Price Contract be Renegotiated?
Construction Costs Increase – Can a Fixed Price Contract be Renegotiated?
Construction Costs Increase – Can a Fixed Price Contract be Renegotiated?
Construction cost inflation in 2021/2022 is unprecedented, after decades of price stability in the supply of materials, labour and plant, construction costs have skyrocketed together with shortages of all resources. So, the question is, can a fixed price contract be renegotiated?
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Pure wins gold from Investors in People
Pure wins gold from Investors in People
Pure wins gold from Investors in People
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve just been awarded gold accreditation from Investors in People. Here’s how we did it.
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NEW! Leadership & Life Chat - You've Got the Power!
NEW! Leadership & Life Chat - You've Got the Power!
NEW! Leadership & Life Chat - You've Got the Power!
Welcome to the first episode in our new series! This week, James & Mark examine our own perceptions of why things happen in our lives, whether we think we can control them, and how it informs our behaviour. With a focus on the well-known psychological theory ‘Locus of Control’
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Suffolk groups welcome new Hinkley Point C socio-economic report
Suffolk groups welcome new Hinkley Point C socio-economic report
Suffolk groups welcome new Hinkley Point C socio-economic report

Latest figures from Hinkley Point C in Somerset, show the huge economic benefits Sizewell C could bring to the East of England, including thousands of contracts for local companies, higher local incomes and greater social mobility.

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East Anglian businesses leaving themselves open to cyber-attacks, says RSM UK
Research published today by RSM UK highlights that, despite a significant increase in cyber-attacks, the number of businesses that think they are likely to fall victim has fallen.
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Suffolk Chamber response to Government borrowing figures
Suffolk Chamber response to Government borrowing figures
Suffolk Chamber response to Government borrowing figures

A statement from Suffolk Chamber of Commerce.

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Restructuring in 2022 – helping business owners navigate challenges and uncertainty
Restructuring in 2022 – helping business owners navigate challenges and uncertainty
Restructuring in 2022 – helping business owners navigate challenges and uncertainty
With a raft of business and economic data showing rising inflation, now expected to reach 7% later this year, massive increases in input costs most notably base raw materials, energy prices and upwards pressure on wages, and interest rates now creeping up, business owners could be forgiven for thinking that they are being squeezed on all sides with margins and cash flows under increasing strain.
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