Commenting on today's speech 24/09/2013 by the Labour Party leader, the Rt Hon Ed Miliband MP, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -Ed Miliband is right to say that Britain should be in a 'race to the top'.
Insight are one of the world's leading hardware, software and service providers, offering smart innovative solutions to 100,000 businesses across the world, including 75% of those within the Global Fortune 1000.
Commenting ahead of the speech by the leader of the Opposition, Ed Miliband, John Longworth, Director General at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: "Labour must realise that you can't rob Peter to pay Paul.
Irwin Mitchell's Corporate And Real Estate Experts Advise On Acquisition Corporate and real estate lawyers at the Sheffield office of national law firm Irwin Mitchell have advised Underwood Meat Company on a deal which will see the food production firm expand its operations to a new site on Chesterfield's Holmewood Industrial Park.
Commenting on the Labour Party Conference speech by the Shadow Chancellor, Rt Hon Ed Balls MP, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: "Ed Balls identified many issues of concern to business in his conference speech, including infrastructure and growth finance.
Commenting on the speech by shadow business secretary, Chuka Umunna MP, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -Chuka Umunna is right to say that apprenticeships must be of high quality if they are to be attractive both to employers and to young people alike.
The Garden Centre Group (TGCG) which has 132 centres under the Blooms, Country Gardens and Wyevale brands has acquired seven more sites.
Measures In New Consultation 'Recognise Importance Of Growing Businesses' Legal experts have welcomed new Government plans to make it easier for SMEs to bid and win public sector contracts, but reiterated calls that growing businesses would need quality advice to take advantage of such opportunities.
As the Labour Party Conference gets underway in Brighton, the British Chambers of Commerce is setting the Opposition a challenge: what concrete measures do they believe will transform Britain's economy from being merely good, to being truly great? Gradually, we are starting to see more evidence of an economic recovery in the UK.