We have been successful in achieving funding from Awards 4 All to run our WOW Project Wider Opportunities for Work Please see below for more information on the project.
After almost 13 years with leading manufacturer Gripple, Mark Edmonds, who has been managing director since 2007, has decided to move his family to the United States where he intends to set up his own company representing UK manufacturers entering the North American market.
Sheffield United have made their first signing for next season! The Sheffield office of international legal firm Kennedys has extended its current three year deal for the sponsorship of The Kop stand at the League One club's Bramall Lane stadium by a further three years until 2016.
Banner Jones Solicitors announce their partnership with Future Life Wealth Management Ltd to create Banner Jones Wealth Management LLP.
Sheffield Chamber of Commerce has joined a unique international partnership to provide enterprise support for businesses in Burma.
Tomorrow (6th April) is the first Common Commencement Date for 2013, which will see a number of changes to regulation come into effect.
Commenting on today's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) interest rate decision, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -We support the MPC's decision to maintain QE at £375bn, and hold interest rates at 0.
Commenting on the government's Skills Strategy, announced by Skills Minister Matthew Hancock MP today, Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: On proposals for government intervention when providers fail to deliver good training: -Businesses must have confidence in training providers to deliver high-quality, work ready candidates, so we are pleased that those who underperform will face consequences.
Commenting on the credit conditions survey, published today by the Bank of England, Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -Although the overall supply of credit to businesses increased for the second successive quarter, it is concerning that the rise was confined to big business, while SMEs continue to be left out in the cold by lenders.