Commenting on GDP figures for Q1 2021, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said:
Landmarks is a specialist college supporting young people with learning disabilities into employment through their supported internship programme. They are always looking for new employers to work with.
The BCC's latest survey on the Net Zero economy*, conducted in partnership with Drax, showed that 38% of respondents said they fully understand the term net zero and the implications for their business while 21% did not.
Construction work has begun on the Kangaroo Works, Henry Boot Construction's second major project secured under the Heart of the City scheme.
Responding to the details of the Government’s legislative plan set out in today’s Queen’s Speech, Claire Walker, Co-Executive Director of the BCC, said:
Network, build relationships and generate leads to ensure your business gets the right visibility at our popular Simply Business Networking event. Meet fellow Chamber members in a relaxed environment and hear the latest updates from Sheffield Chamber.
Responding to the announcement of the ‘green list’ for international travel, British Chambers of Commerce Co-Executive Director Hannah Essex said:
Lockdown highlighted the impact of green spaces on our mental health and wellbeing – and now researchers are investigating whether prescribing nature can help prevent and tackle mental ill health.
Join James Martin, BCC’s Director of Policy as he explores the Labour Party’s views with Emily Thornberry on:
Realise is delighted to welcome Sue Kamal, who will join the business in the newly created post of People Director. The decision to appoint Sue marks the next stage of evolution for Realise, and further establishes the company’s commitment to people.
A major new report is calling for a root and branch reform of the UK’s training system to help businesses access the skills they need to boost productivity.
Join BritCham EU & Belgium in the second event in their free UK-EU Gateway for Trade and Investment series.
On 27th April 2021 businesses from across the region gathered to hear the latest results following the Sheffield City Region (SCR) Quarterly Economic Review for Q1.
Sheffield startup Champion Health has hired Olympian Jack Green as their new Head of Performance.
In conversation with Graham Zebedee, UK’s Chief negotiator to CPTPP
Fragomen is helping RAMP (The Refugee, Asylum and Migration Policy) to respond to The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) who have asked them to conduct an investigative inquiry into the new immigration system.
Speaking after news that the Trade and Co-operation Agreeement has been ratified, Hannah Essex, Co-Executive Director of the BCC, said:
An essential update for business owners on the prospects for the UK economy and the latest key tax-saving ideas.
The British Chambers of Commerce today released its Quarterly Recruitment Outlook for Q1 2021.
The expansion is due to a report from February 2021 by the Financial Inclusion Centre, commissioned by the Money and Pensions Service, highlighting the success of payroll deduction schemes in helping people build savings and improve financial resilience.
By joining this free event you will get expert advice from the Procurement teams of Barnsley; Doncaster; Rotherham and Sheffield councils.
Sheffield-headquartered Henry Boot PLC has set out a ‘deliberately ambitious’ strategy to create a fair, accessible, diverse and inclusive working environment.
Commissioned by the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), the report has been produced using original survey data from the Chambers of Commerce in South Yorkshire, combined with content from a series of focus groups within key sectors.
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