Suffolk Chamber News
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I am delighted to announce that this year "Mayor's Charity Ball" will be on SATURDAY, 21st MARCH 2020 at the Town Hall and Corn Exchange in Ipswich, and tickets are priced at £60.00 per person.
Presenter, writer and broadcaster Clare Balding has been confirmed as the guest speaker at the next Suffolk Chamber of Commerce Prestige Dinner to be held on 17 September 2020 at Milsoms Kesgrave.
A ‘love letter’ to Ipswich: Theatres & arts organisations celebrate an incredible two years of culture.
Once again, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is delighted to be the co-sponsor, with EDF Energy, of the Business of the Year Award as part of the Suffolk Business Awards, run by the EADT.
To mark National Student Volunteering Week, Citizens Advice Ipswich thanks University of Suffolk law student volunteers for their valuable contribution to our advice team.
Citizens Advice Ipswich is celebrating National Student Volunteering week (10-15 February) by thanking the University of Suffolk Law Students who use their time to help people face problems that may seem complicated or intimidating as part of our Advice Team at Tower Street.
Based in Bury St Edmunds and central London, an award-winning specialist fit-out and refurbishment contractor has become the 18th Suffolk Chamber patron joining the likes of EDF Energy, BT and Newmarket Racecourses.
Suffolk business leaders turned out in force earlier this week (4 February) to provide crucial evidence as to what needs to be done to ensure the UK’s workforce can be best prepared to take advantage of current and future technological, environmental and cultural changes.
In addition to designing and constructing a number of assets at RAF Lakenheath, the KVF35 project has set some high targets for itself in terms of social value. In order to succeed in these targets it is vital that we harness the support of the whole supply chain. To this end, on the 28 January, we organised a workshop for the supply chain.
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.
New Anglia LEP is recruiting for a new Board Member and Chair of the Board.