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An impressive Suffolk voice at national business conference
An impressive Suffolk voice at national business conference
An impressive Suffolk voice at national business conference

“This was a great opportunity to project the county’s in-depth business expertise and leadership onto a national platform – one we fully took with both hands”.

 

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BCC welcomes the Government's £1 billion Shared Rural Network
BCC welcomes the Government's £1 billion Shared Rural Network
BCC welcomes the Government's £1 billion Shared Rural Network

Welcoming the Government’s announcement today of a £1 billion agreement to take 4G coverage to 95 per cent of the UK landmass by the end of 2025, BCC Director General Dr Adam Marshall said:

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Employment Law Update 2020 – Strategies for stress in the workplace
Employment Law Update 2020 – Strategies for stress in the workplace
Employment Law Update 2020 – Strategies for stress in the workplace

If you employ staff or have responsibility for HR, Gotelee Solicitors’ annual employment law update is a must for your diary.

Hosted by Andrew West and Marie Allen, partners in the employment team, this free event gives you practical employment law tips which will benefit your business or organisation.

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New British Chambers of Commerce president announced
New British Chambers of Commerce president announced
New British Chambers of Commerce president announced

Business leader Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE has today (Thursday 5th March) been elected President of the British Chambers of Commerce. 

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THE MAYOR’S CHARITY BALL 2020
THE MAYOR’S CHARITY BALL 2020
THE MAYOR’S CHARITY BALL 2020

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. 

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Suffolk Chamber response to new immigration proposals
Suffolk Chamber response to new immigration proposals
Suffolk Chamber response to new immigration proposals

“We welcome some of the Government’s proposed immigration reforms – not least those that relate to skilled workers, including the reduction in the salary threshold.

 

“However, the lack of any route for so-called low skilled workers coming into the country and the lack of a meaningful transition period to allow businesses to adapt is likely to cause concerns in many sectors of the local economy. There may well be resulting negative impacts in the health and social care and hospitality sectors and even with an expansion in the relevant seasonal workers’ scheme, many agricultural and horticultural businesses are likely to face ongoing labour shortages.”

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Suffolk Chamber Prestige Dinner – Clare Balding confirmed as guest speaker
Suffolk Chamber Prestige Dinner – Clare Balding confirmed as guest speaker
Suffolk Chamber Prestige Dinner – Clare Balding confirmed as guest speaker

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.

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We Are Ipswich Manifesto Review
We Are Ipswich Manifesto Review
We Are Ipswich Manifesto Review

A ‘love letter’ to Ipswich: Theatres & arts organisations celebrate an incredible two years of culture.

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Greater Ipswich
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Business of the Year Awards 2020
Business of the Year Awards 2020
Business of the Year Awards 2020

Once again, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is delighted to be joint headline sponsor, with EDF Energy, of the Suffolk Business Awards run by the EADT and sponsor of the Business of the Year Award.

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To mark National Student Volunteering Week, Citizens Advice Ipswich thanks University of Suffolk law student volunteers for their valuable contribution to our advice team
To mark National Student Volunteering Week, Citizens Advice Ipswich thanks University of Suffolk law student volunteers for their valuable contribution to our advice team
To mark National Student Volunteering Week, Citizens Advice Ipswich thanks University of Suffolk law student volunteers for their valuable contribution to our advice team

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.

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Greater Ipswich
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