The Sheffield City Region Quarterly Economic Review provides insight into local economic trading conditions and performance. It is the barometer used to take an overall assessment on the strength of the economy at a national and regional level.
Rules of Origin have been in the news a lot recently. Businesses up and down the country have been struggling to make sense of the new arrangements for exporting inside and outside of the EU.
Results from the first major business survey for 2021 by the BCC on Brexit found that half (49%) of exporters are facing difficulties in adapting to the changes in the trade of goods following the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement .
Sheffield Chamber are delighted to announce that, after a rigorous recruitment process, five new Non-Executive Directors (NED) will be joining its Board of Directors in March 2021.
On 27th January 2021 businesses from across the region gathered to hear the latest results following the Sheffield City Region (SCR) Quarterly Economic Review for Q4.
Commenting on the latest statistics from HMRC on usage of the government’s Job Retention Scheme up until 31 December 2020, BCC Co-Executive Director Hannah Essex said:
Results from the British Chambers of Commerce Quarterly Recruitment Outlook (QRO), in partnership with Totaljobs, found that while there was a modest improvement in the overall number of businesses attempting to recruit in Q4, sectoral disparities remain.