Commenting on George Osborne's speech to business leaders in Hong Kong, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -George Osborne hit the nail on the head in Hong Kong when he said that Britain is not investing enough and not exporting enough.
A large proportion of our students are locally based, or opt to remain here after graduation so we are keen to develop links with local organisations to make it easier for you to reach our students and graduates, and vice versa.
Commenting as the UK and Scottish governments hold their respective cabinet meetings in Aberdeenshire today (Monday), John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -When it comes to contentious issues such as the future of the Union, business is not a monolithic constituency.
From 8th April 2014 Microsoft is removing technical support for some of their most popular but oldest products such as Windows XP operating system used for Workstations (desktops and laptops), Office 2003 and Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003.
A visionary new one stop shop for business supplies has received a £300,000 funding boost from Finance Yorkshire.