Commenting on the immigration proposals announced by Home Secretary Amber Rudd at the Conservative Party conference, Adam Marshall, Acting Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -While it is understandable that the government is looking at ways to control migration in the aftermath of the EU referendum, a further squeeze on key business hires and international students would be bad news for the economy, job creation and business investment.
For the fourth year running, Sheffield's Junior Chamber International (JCI) were jumping for joy as a member was awarded a top award 'Most Outstanding New Member' out of all the members in Yorkshire.
The UK head of the world's largest food company will discuss why "making" matters for Britain's prosperity and the opportunities and challenges facing the UK economy, at a guest lecture at Sheffield Hallam University.
A Sheffield engineering firm has developed a bespoke maintenance solution for Tesco which aims to make working at height safer.
Commenting on Chancellor Philip Hammond's speech, Adam Marshall, Acting Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: -As the UK negotiates its exit from the European Union, Philip Hammond is right to reaffirm the need to boost infrastructure, business investment, and to raise productivity, while being mindful of reducing the deficit.
Originally built as a farmhouse, dating from 1700's, the Red Lion Hotel is a characterful English Inn, perfectly located between Sheffield and Rotherham on the A57 towards Worksop and just one mile away from J31 of the M1.
Sheffield's City Taxis has this week become the UK's third largest independent taxi operator, buying Club Taxis of Chesterfield under their new Northern Taxis brand.
Magna's South Yorkshire in Business event saw companies from across the region gather in Rotherham to hear expert speakers and build relationships.