Commenting on the inflation figures for October 2016, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -While the slight fall in inflation in October will surprise many, the significant rise in the cost of raw materials suggests that price growth is likely to resume its upward trend in the coming months.
Business leaders from more than 15 countries have visited the Sheffield City Region as part of a scheme to boost connections and business with overseas markets.
Speaking in anticipation of next weeks Autumn statement, Richard Wright, Executive Director of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce talked about what he would like to see from the Chancellor.
This year Tufcot decided to follow up our nomination at the 'Made in Sheffield' Awards nomination for Exporter of the Year by applying for two awards at this year's Sheffield Business Awards.
The dedicated charity for the region's specialist cancer centre is once again appealing to local people to make a special Christmas donation to improve the future of cancer care across the region.
Commenting on the government's confirmation of the route for HS2's Phase 2b, plus the award of the preliminary works contract for the London-West Midlands route (Phase 1), Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: "For many business communities, especially in the cities of the Midlands and the North, the confirmation of HS2's route north of Birmingham will come as a real boost.
Former Olympic and World Heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill will present the inaugural Make a Difference Awards spearheaded by Voluntary Action Sheffield (VAS) to celebrate its 90th anniversary.
A ground-breaking separation seminar entitled 'Separating with Style' aims to empower, re-energise and refocus women who are undergoing a traumatic separation or divorce.