Date: 22 Apr 2016 Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a robust methodology which can aid decision making to achieve resource efficiency and sustainability.
Commenting on the UK steel industry in the wake of Tata Steel's plans to sell its UK plants, Dr Adam Marshall, BCC Acting Director General, said: -Assuring domestic production of steel is hugely important to the UK's future growth prospects, and to our aspirations for the manufacturing and construction sectors, which are having a hard enough time in an uncertain global market as it is.
Commenting on the ministerial response to the Migration Advisory Committee's Tier 2 review, Marcus Mason, Head of Business, Education and Skills at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -We are disappointed that the government has accepted the recommendation to introduce the Immigration Skills Charge, and other measures from the Migration Advisory Committee.
Global professional services firm KPMG announces plans to expand its presence in Yorkshire with the opening of a new client hub in Sheffield's city centre.
Apprentices at Magna are calling on South Yorkshire businesses to donate food items as part of a project to help other young people in the area.
The Irish tram network is maintaining the highest standards of rail safety, thanks to technology provided by depot equipment specialist, Mechan.
Sheffield is hosting a major delegation from China this week (23-24 March 2016) as the city builds on its relationship with one of the world's strongest economies.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid and Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson have selected the Sheffield City Region and Lancashire as one of the UK's first Science Innovation Audit sites to identify investment opportunities and enhance research innovation and infrastructure across Britain.