Sheffield broker urges landlords to check their insurance policy as one in four have the wrong or no insurance cover according to latest research Sheffield broker IFM Insurance is reminding all landlords in South Yorkshire to check their insurance policy to ensure their property is protected and would respond in the event of a claim.
This is an opportunity for local sub-contractors and suppliers to register their interest with Bowmer and Kirkland representatives on the proposed new development at Meadowhall.
Sheffield - Thanks to the drive and enthusiasm of its employees, DLA Piper's Sheffield office has won the Mistress Cutler's Challenge award for 2013 for raising the largest amount of money out of all the organisations taking part.
South Yorkshire's commercial property community will be cleaning up in deals concerning contaminated land and solar projects, thanks to local solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP.
BCC/DHL quarterly report on health of UK export market published on the same day as BCC's International Trade Conference Survey of 2,200 exporting firms shows that UK export orders remain close to six-year high seen in Q2, confirming strength of exporting activity among British businesses 69% of exporters expect their turnover to improve this quarter the highest number since 2007 Nearly a third of exporting firms (34%) said that they expected to increase staff over the next quarter, up from 31% in Q2 2013 On the day of the British Chambers of Commerce's International Trade Conference (Thursday), the business group has published new research in conjunction with DHL Express looking at the health of the UK's export market.
·BCC's Director General, John Longworth, gives keynote speech at business group's International Trade Conference ·Vince Cable; Chuka Umunna; Carolyn McCall, CEO, easyJet; David Milner, CEO Tyrrells Crisps; and Lord Bilamoria, Chairman, Cobra Beer confirmed as guest speakers The British Chambers of Commerce's annual International Trade Conference takes place in London today, bringing together high-profile business leaders, SMEs and politicians to debate ways to drive international growth.
·In the three months to August 2013, unemployment fell 18,000, and employment rose 155,000 ·The rate of youth unemployment remains high at 21% ·Long-term unemployment eased slightly but remains high, with 900,000 people unemployed for over one year · The claimant count fell sharply between August and September, by 41,700 Commenting on the labour market statistics for October 2013, published today by the ONS, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -Although concerns remain over youth and long-term employment, the figures show that Britain's labour market is strong and flexible, and that the economy should record satisfactory growth in the third quarter.
Buses in Sheffield are switching from diesel to cleaner engine fuels as part of a £1m scheme improving local air quality.