Ahead of the Chancellor's Spring Budget on March 16, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is urging the government to avoid introducing new taxes, costs and obligations that could dent business confidence in a softening economic environment.
Some of the world's most well-known companies visited Sheffield to discuss the future of logistics research thanks to a partnership between a local logistics firm and the University of Sheffield.
British Science Week will see nearly 40 free public events taking place across the region BBC One Show scientist Dr Marty Jopson will be hosting one of the festival's events Event aims to inspire the next generation of scientists BBC One Show scientist Dr Marty Jopson explains the science behind everyday electric shocks and more in an exciting talk as part of British Science Week led by the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University.
Expert lawyers and criminologists will be shining a spotlight on social justice in a week-long series of events looking at a number of global problems including forced marriages, how protests are policed and access to legal aid.
2016 looks set to be one of the most successful years yet for vehicle wrapping specialists CJ Signs which they launched with a successful open day recently.
Commenting on the Competition and Markets Authority summary of its provisional decision on the energy market, Ashley Shackleton, Head of Public Affairs at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -Businesses tell us that rising energy costs are a growing concern, so the measures laid out in the CMA report to increase price transparency and end auto-rollover contracts are a good first step to fix the obvious problems in our energy market.