The British Chambers of Commerce has today (Sunday) called on George Osborne to use his Budget speech on 19th March to focus on youth employment, training and enterprise which are crucial to securing future growth and avoiding a 'lost generation' as the UK economy continues to recover.
Local self-employed tradesmen, Dave Bostock and Paul Smith designed a solution to an annoying electricians' problem but they but did not know how to make a business out of it.
A Sheffield based business which is leading the way in the growing market of integrated home technology has attracted a £400,000 Equity Linked investment from Finance Yorkshire.
Four artists from Sheffield Hallam University's animation courses have created a series of short films that explore the First World War, as part of a new exhibition marking the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the War.
Commenting on George Osborne's speech to business leaders in Hong Kong, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -George Osborne hit the nail on the head in Hong Kong when he said that Britain is not investing enough and not exporting enough.
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