Poorly designed support to help SMEs to export is hampering business growth and must be tackled to navigate uncertainty created by Brexit, according to trade experts at Sheffield Chamber of Commerce.
A Sheffield company established during the Second World War has celebrated its 75th anniversary with a specially made birthday cake for past and current staff.
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Commenting on the news that Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has extended his term in office by one year to June 2019, Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: "Businesses want stability at a time of economic change, particularly at key institutions like the Bank of England.
Welcoming the BEIS Select Committee's report on Access to Finance, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: "Access to finance remains an issue for many growing businesses, and the problem is often greater the further a firm is from the angels and venture capital firms concentrated inside the M25.
On the day (Tuesday) that trade experts from Chambers of Commerce at home and in overseas markets across the world gather for the BCC Global Business Network conference, the British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL, publishes its latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook, which indicates that uncertainty following the vote to leave the European Union is slowing down export orders in the services sector.
Jason Denmark, managing director of ITI Network Services, has been elected to join the Council for the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce.