Commenting on the Theresa May's speech at the CBI conference this morning, Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -I think businesses will be reassured by the tone of the Prime Minister's remarks, which was substantially different to what we heard at the Conservative Party Conference less than two months ago.
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Sheffield-based engineering company SCX has been awarded the contract to build a second retractable roof at The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), home of The Championships, Wimbledon, it was announced today (Nov 22) The deal is part of a multi-million-pound project by the AELTC to redevelop No.
Top performing UTC Sheffield engineering students have won a haul of medals in the prestigious national WorldSkills UK competition.
Commenting on the public sector finances for October 2016, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -While some encouragement can be taken from the fall in borrowing in October, the UK's public finances are still likely to overshoot the government's deficit target for this financial year.
Technology developed by Sheffield-based Zonegreen will be protecting the 500-strong workforce at one of Australia's most advanced rail depots, which opened earlier this year.
Kenwood Hall is rapidly becoming one of Sheffield's most popular hotels, as it celebrated its acceptance to the prestigious Best Western Plus brand, with a spectacular launch party with over 500 invited guests last week.