Suffolk Chamber News
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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.
The latest figures from Suffolk Chamber of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) – for the final three months of 2019 - show a period of mixed fortunes for the county’s businesses. The new data has resulted in the leading business body to once again call for more confidence-building initiatives from the government.
Suffolk’s leading business organisation has recruited Ami Birrell as its new events manager and given her a brief to develop and deliver a refreshed approach to providing members and others the best networking experiences possible.
John Dugmore, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce’s chief executive: “With a clear Parliamentary majority, including a clean sweep in Suffolk, restoring business, investor and consumer confidence – and firing up the economy – must now be the Prime Minister’s top priority.
21 out of the 31 successfully nominated Parliamentary candidates in Suffolk have responded to a survey issued by Suffolk Chamber of Commerce.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, the county’s leading business organisation, is boosting its supply chain team in a bid to ensure that as many local and regional firms benefit from the prospective construction of a new nuclear power station on the county’s coast.
“It is a privilege to be able to call on the considerable expertise and knowledge of such senior businesspeople. Their involvement as board members will not only directly benefit our members, it will further help the whole of the county’s business community address the future’s opportunities and challenges.”
Christmas 2019 promises to be a particularly memorable one for the people of Lowestoft as the organisation behind the town’s Business Improvement District announces its plans for kicking-off the festive season.
Former students from an Ipswich state school are being asked to go back to the classroom to inspire current students to career confidence and academic success.
The General Election has come whilst the report following the Public Examination lies on the desk of the Secretary of State for Transport, whose decision whether to grant consent to build the bridge was expected in early December 2019.