Speaking as the BCC prepares to give evidence to the House of Commons BIS Committee inquiry on the EU US free trade talks, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -While it is true that freer trade between the EU and the United States would unlock opportunities for many British businesses, it could create challenges for others.
The Sheffield office of Knight Frank has announced the completion of a number of sales and lettings totalling almost 500,000sq ft across Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire - with a further 80,000 sq ft under offer.
Commenting on the European Central Bank (ECB) announcement of a new quantitative easing (QE) programme, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce said: -The ECB has to act to prevent the Eurozone from falling into an even more dangerous situation, but the ECB's proposed QE programme may be too little, too late, given the size of the challenge.
The search for the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce Charity of the Year 2015 ended as winner Support Dogs was announced at the Sheffield Business Awards in December 2014.
Office tensions rising but flexible working provides a solution The festivities are over and Sheffield's office workers have returned to high stress levels according to a new report by global workspace provider Regus, with two fifths of the local workforce saying they are closer to burning out than they were just five years ago.
Nominations are now open for the 2015 UK Private Business Awards, which celebrate the best of private businesses and their contribution to the UK economy.
Business bosses and Council leaders are backing a new campaign to maximise the benefits of the high speed rail coming to the Sheffield City Region.