Suffolk Chamber News
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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.
Established in 1842, Cory Brothers is a leading logistics and maritime service provider.
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.
As the UK departs today (31 January) from the European Union (EU) and enters into an agreed 11- month transition period, Suffolk’s leading business organisation is urging the county’s companies to work with it and other bodies to meet the challenges and realise the opportunities of a more free trade future.
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.
The Russian-British Business Forum is organised by the Roscongress Foundation and the Trade Delegation of Russia in the UK, the Russian Embassy in the UK and more than 40 international and Russian institutions.
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 organisation charged with making Lowestoft town centre as attractive as possible to residents and visitors alike has stepped up its campaign to dissuade gulls and other bird species from ruining their experience.
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.
Lowestoft Sixth Form College has confirmed it will merge with East Coast College to create a larger, more financially resilient organisation while maintaining high quality sixth form provision for students in the town.