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.
Established in 1842, Cory Brothers is a leading logistics and maritime service provider.
In a world where nothing stays the same, we all need to change, evolve, succeed and change again.
If lockdown hadn’t been busy enough for Wallis, we’ve chosen this time to move our head office. We’re not going far and are moving less than 2 miles away to the South Suffolk/North Essex border, to the village of Langham, just outside of Colchester.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, the county’s leading business organisation has announced three new chairs for a number of its local and issue-specific committees.
Suffolk New College offers a curriculum that enables students and apprentices to:-
Discover and develop their talents
Fulfil their potential and achieve success
Our curriculum is designed to provide challenge and support so that all students and apprentices can achieve their potential. We review our curriculum annually to meet the needs of students, employers and the wider community. This means providing opportunities to develop as independent and resilient learners, and as responsible citizens.
This note sets out guidance that is available to support businesses in re-opening / operating safely - helping maintain your activities while also reducing the risk of spreading infection.
The sixteenth Suffolk Chamber of Commerce survey into how its members are responding to the spread of the COVID-19 virus reaffirms the ongoing steady re-opening of much of the Suffolk business community.
Investing in the workforce - recent government initiatives explored.
Commenting on the Prime Minister’s speech today (17 July), setting out the next steps in England’s Coronavirus response, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
East Suffolk Council is celebrating an incredible award of over £43 million by the Government - a 'once in a century' opportunity to deliver tidal flood walls and a tidal barrier to protect and safeguard the future of Lowestoft.