Ahead of the Autumn Budget on Monday, the British Chambers of Commerce is urging the Chancellor to take bold measures to bolster business investment, competitiveness and productivity in the face of Brexit headwinds.
Commenting on the Chancellor's proposals for the high street in the upcoming Autumn Budget, Hannah Essex, Co-Executive Director of Policy and Campaigns, at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -We're delighted that the Chancellor has heeded our calls to abandon the uprating of business rates for the high street for the next two years, and gone further by cutting bills for the vast majority of high street firms.
Sheffield Hallam University has been presented by SAYiT with the first Sarah Nulty Award, in recognition of the work it does with the LGBT+ community.
A unique GB-based Olympic legacy project is bringing together the public, private and education sector to place physical activity and prevention at the heart of the NHS.
Taylor&Emmet LLP is celebrating the success of its move to larger premises in Dronfield, after matters handled in the last 12 months have risen by 33% on the year before.
One of the key gateways to Sheffield city centre is set to be transformed by a complex of 372 apartments rising to 27 storeys.
A Sheffield businessman has stepped in to ensure a Union Jack that once flew on the doomed British warship HMS Sheffield, will take pride of place in the ship's spiritual home.
Work undertaken by Sheffield Hallam University to explore how mindfulness programmes can support those working in high-stress environments has been discussed as part of an evidence session at the Westminster.
BCC convenes a meeting with DEXEU Secretary Dominic Raab and seven Northern European Chambers of Commerce The group collectively represents regions and nations that cover 70% of UK-EU trade around £344bn in 2016 Recent research by BCC shows a fifth of businesses will move part or all of their business to the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit At a meeting today (Thursday) with Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, the British Chambers of Commerce and six Northern European Chambers of Commerce come together to urge negotiators to avoid a messy, no-deal Brexit which would see UK firms cut investment and move part of their business to the EU.