Commenting on the Government response to Lord Heseltine's Review, No Stone Unturned, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: "Chambers of Commerce welcome the government's commitment to localise some funding and decision-making around transport and skills in order to unleash the enterprise and growth latent in local communities across England.
Today, the British Chambers of Commerce is leading a trade mission to Moscow to give British companies the chance to explore export opportunities in Russia.
EMSc (UK) Ltd, green tech manufacturer of the innovative Star® range of energy saving solutions, is pleased to announce it has won the UK Trade & Investment (UKT&I) 'Exporter of the Year' award.
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The latest workplace absence figures published in 2012 show that musculoskeletal problems such as back, neck, shoulder and knee pain are still proving to be a huge issue for people across the UK, blighting the lives of millions.
John Longworth will address the British Chambers of Commerce's Annual Conference at Central Hall, Westminster at 10.
-The BCC has always supported the key recommendations of the Richard Review, and in particular the idea that Apprenticeships should unequivocally meet the needs of employers in a given industry.