Commenting on Ed Miliband's speech at the 'Condition of Britain' report launch, Dr Adam Marshall, Executive Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Giving 18 to 21 year olds training allowances rather than unemployment benefits will be an attractive idea to many in the business community, who express concern that young people often don't have the right skills to succeed in the world of work.
Commenting on the report published by Lord Young today entitled 'Enterprise for All', Adam Marshall, Executive Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: "Businesses across Britain will support Lord Young's call to expand enterprise education in schools, colleges and universities.
The weather may be warming up, but this coming week 9 - 15 June will be positively 'chilli' as Ferndale Garden Centre launch their first chilli week.
The Sheffield office of law firm Irwin Mitchell has appointed commercial litigation Partner Dorrien Peters as it continues to invest in its fast-growing Business Legal Services (BLS) division.
Sheffield-based Zonegreen has received recognition for its technological expertise and high quality performance from one of the world's largest rail industry companies.
HSBC is pleased to announce that it has supported the Management Buy-Out (MBO) of 250-year-old Sheffield-based international industrial group Spear & Jackson, together with Pantene Industrial Ltd, a contract manufacturing company with offices and production facilities in Hong Kong and China.
Sheffield Forgemasters International Limited (SFIL) celebrated a landmark moment with nuclear power plant designer Westinghouse UK as it became one of a handful of British companies to fabricate safety critical cast and forged components within nuclear power stations.