The UK's five leading business groups, representing hundreds of thousands of businesses across the United Kingdom employing millions of people, today unite and call on politicians to prevent a disorderly 'no-deal' Brexit on 29th March.
Tom Sutton, Head of Corporate Partnerships and Memberships at the Chamber said -The Sheffield Chamber of Commerce are really pleased that we are continuing our partnership with Shorts in 2019, as we enter their 3rd year of Patronage.
â€¢ University of Sheffield scientists launch pioneering interdisciplinary study to tackle the billions of tons of plastic waste polluting the world â€¢ Project will see scientists, engineers, and researchers from the arts, humanities, medicine and social sciences combine their expertise to develop real-world solutions for plastic waste â€¢ Solutions will be designed for use in every stage of the life cycle of plastic from the manufacturing process to consumer behaviour â€¢ There is currently around eight billion tons of plastic waste around the world and 10 million tons of plastic waste reaches the world's oceans each year causing significant environmental, social and economic costs Researchers from across the University of Sheffield are set to combine their expertise in order to help tackle the billions of tons of plastic waste around the world as part of a pioneering new project.
Sheffield United are looking for teams of five contestants to 'Beat the Beast' and enter the Blades Big Team Quiz, hosted by Mark 'The Beast' Labbett, as seen on TV's The Chase.
Location - The Sheffield Tap Sheffield DM is a new bi-monthly digital marketing event in Sheffield.
Uncertainty over the UK's future relationship with the EU is one of many factors that has weakened the outlook for business investment, according to the latest forecast by British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
70 years on from the implementation of the United Nations (UN) universal declaration of human rights, the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice at Sheffield Hallam University reflects on the future of human rights.
Sheffield-based start-up becomes Microsoft Airband Initiative partner for Europe and Africa, using innovative solutions to connect the unconnected.