Suffolk Chamber News
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With thousands of employees now likely to make a return to a ‘physical workspace’ over the coming months, what legacy shift might we see in terms of how work-life balance is acknowledged from both staff and employer perspective?
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce five new appointments to its Suffolk Business Women board from the worlds of shipping, mental health support, insurance, education, and business software.
After huge success in 2020, the New Anglia Growth Hub is thrilled to announce that they are continuing The Peer Networks Programme into its second year.
As a businesswoman operating in the recruitment space and as Chair of Suffolk Business Women ensuring equality is very much part of our MD, Michelle Pollard’s, DNA. “So many companies across the country embraces equality and diversity so well and yet organisations like Suffolk Business Women still have to exist because yes, this is still an issue. More and more companies accept that they do have to change the way that they attract female candidates into certain roles and sectors” says Michelle.
Ahead of International Women’s Day (8 March), Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is calling for local businesses to sign its pledge, committing to support better gender equality in the workplace.
NatWest and Getty Images have partnered to launch a nationwide campaign and competition to tackle stereotypes of female founders and help create a more inclusive visual landscape that shows entrepreneurs as they really are. You can find out more details, including how to enter, here.
The thirteenth Suffolk Chamber of Commerce survey into how its members are responding to the spread of the COVID-19 virus shows an accelerating momentum in the numbers of businesses re-opening and staff returning to productive work.
West Suffolk Council is carrying out a review of car parks across the district, the first review to be carried out in four years.
The New Anglia Scale Up and High Growth Programme is a free dedicated programme to allow businesses with high growth potential reach their goals and scale up their business for success. The programme will allow you to access and network with like-minded peers at focused events and key advice and support.
Join New Anglia Growth Hub and Signpost 2 Grow (GCGP) for a cuppa and a chat with local business advisers and receive information about grants, finance, energy efficiency, exporting, staff development and much more.