Commenting on the International Trade Committee's report on UK Trade Options Beyond 2019, released today, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The report highlights a number of key business priorities for our future relationship with the EU, such as maintaining mutual recognition of rules and standards, seeking a low- or no-tariff basis for trade, as well as clarity on future customs and border arrangements.
THEY stretched, they strained, they sweatedand together they raised an extraordinary £15,630 for St Luke's Hospice! Sheffield's keenest keep fitters signed up for four weeks of intense exercise with nationally acclaimed city boutique fitness club TRIB3's 28 day sponsored fitness challenge in support of St Luke's.
A workshop in Sheffield on 15 March will guide employers on how to hold protected conversations with a view to agreeing exit terms with employees.
With integrated 'cyber-physical systems' providing more connectivity and therefore more data, the next generation of manufacturing technologies (known as the 4th industrial revolution) are being adopted globally.
Sixth formers at a Dronfield school are set to say farewell to the classroom in style after winning a Sheffield Hallam University competition to help them plan their perfect prom.
As the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) publishes statistics that show two-in-five businesses are more concerned about business rates than three months ago, the business group renews its call for action in the Spring Budget this week to ease the burden of rates and bring about fundamental reform to the system.