The UK economy will grow at a slower pace than expected with trade set to lag significantly behind the wider recovery, according to the British Chambers of Commerce’s (BCC) latest economic forecast.
As part of our new Net Zero partnership service, Professional Energy Purchasing (PEP) look at how the UK is responding to the government ban of new diesel and petrol vehicles by 2030, and what help is currently available to businesses.
A city-wide partnership led by Sheffield Hallam University has secured more than £600k government funding to support young people adversely affected by the pandemic through education and employability initiatives.
Responding to the publication of the Integrated Rail Plan (IRP) today, the leaders of South Yorkshire’s Chambers of Commerce said in a joint statement:
Reacting to the news that the eastern leg of HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail will no longer proceed as planned, Shevaun Haviland, Director General of the BCC, said:
Commenting on the inflation statistics for October 2021, published today by the Office for National Statistics, Head of Economics at the BCC Suren?Thiru, said:
The Sheffield Business Awards return on the 9th December and we can reveal that our 2021 Shortlist has now been announced.
New BCC data released today from a survey of over 1,000 businesses has thrown sharp focus on the impact of skills and commodities shortages for UK firms, with spiralling prices in evidence.
A new survey by the British Chambers of Commerce has revealed how challenging net zero targets will be to hit unless governments work with businesses across the globe on making the transition.