Suffolk Chamber News
The Suffolk Chamber is committed to serving the business community. We provide business information and news for our members and the local business community as one of the many ways we support business.
Becoming a member of the Suffolk Chamber provides business with an opportunity to be represented in the local business community. Attending events provides networking opportunities, our member discounts provide opportunity for savings on business costs and our commitment ensures we will support and represent all members.
EDF Energy has announced a new partnership with Dalcour Maclaren, as preparations for Sizewell C gather pace.
Suffolk Dog Day and the Business Community
Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf, Spa & Country Lodges triumphs as Hotel & Leisure Family Business of the Year 2019 at the national Family Business Awards hosted at London’s May Fair Hotel last week.
The University of Suffolk is looking to drive forward its partnership with business and industry, ensuring that our education, research and knowledge exchange is co-created to meet our region's needs going forward.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe (COBCOE) have announced an agreement that will see 24 additional British Chambers across Europe become part of the BCC’s Global Business Network.
Previously known as the Suffolk Business Continuity Forum, this new collaboration seeks to promote greater resilience, regulatory and statutory compliance in local businesses and organisations.
The Prestige Dinner is back for 2019 with a celebrity guest speaker!
The first workshop in a series of four which invites businesses to share their experiences of key workplace health and wellbeing issues and shape future resources to help other organisations has been credited with being a great success.
Responding to the announcement that Theresa May will step down as Prime Minister, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said:
More UK exporters are reporting a decrease in orders in the opening quarter of the year, with cashflow and confidence dipping too according to the latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook from the British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL.