On the day that Theresa May is expected to become Prime Minister, the BCC today (Wednesday) offers its congratulations, and willingness to work to build a strong partnership between business and government: -On behalf of the Chamber Network and business communities across the UK, we congratulate Theresa May on becoming Conservative Party Leader and our next Prime Minister.
Are you looking for a really different way to inspire your staff? Keen to improve health and wellbeing in your workplace? Looking to give back to the Sheffield community? If so, the Let's Get Cooking Community Interest Company could be the choice for you.
This summer, a herd of colourful elephant sculptures will descend on Sheffield for the biggest public art event the city has ever seen! This exciting initiative has previously been successful in other cities around the UK from dolphins in Aberdeen to dragons in Norwich.
Sheffield Hallam University has announced it will be the next host of the British Society of Criminology (BSC) Conference - the UK's most influential and prestigious criminology event.
The Sheffield City Region Quarterly Economic Survey an authoritative private sector business survey, based on nearly 400 responses from firms across the region suggests that regional economic growth was generally positive in the second quarter of 2016, and that firms held a positive outlook on the regional economy looking forward.
A scheme to convert three former offices blocks on the doorstep of Ecclesall Road into more than 100 stylish apartments and studios is nearing completion.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Quarterly Economic Survey Britain's largest and most authoritative private sector business survey, based on over 8,200 responses from firms in Q2 2016 suggests that UK economic growth was uninspiring in the run-up to the EU Referendum.