Commenting on the trade statistics for November 2016, published today by the Office for National Statistics, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The widening of the UK's trade deficit in November is disappointing, and signifies a considerably weaker trading position than the average for the year.
SHIFT are celebrating, the company's 2015-16 progression rate rose from 67% in the previous years to 84%.
A volunteer who helps older people in Sheffield is calling for others to get involved and 'do something wonderful'.
21-year-old telecommunications firm with multi-national client base becomes Sheffield Chamber Patron ITI Network Services, an expanding wireless and telecoms business with an extensive UK and international client base, has become a Patron of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce.
80% of businesses expect to grow this year according to new report, more than anywhere else in the UK - Brexit has had a positive impact on almost a quarter (23%) of companies - 68% said local government not doing enough for business growth The EU referendum has given Sheffield and South Yorkshire firms a Brexit boost as more say they expect to growth this year than any other part of the UK.
Firms hold an overall positive outlook on the regional economy looking forward, despite major uncertainties at a national and global level, according to the latest results of the Sheffield City Region Quarterly Economic Survey.
ITI Electrical Services, a new electrical installation, maintenance and contracting business, has launched as a sister company to ITI Network Services after a merger was concluded between established firms RU Safe and Buzz Projects.