The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today (Sunday) published a major international trade survey, looking at how many UK companies are currently exporting and the barriers they face in penetrating new growth markets.
Employment law experts at Sheffield's Taylor& Emmet LLP are teaming up with a professional investigator to help local businesses uncover the best ways to monitor staff.
A team of pupils from Greenhead College in Huddersfield have won a university award for their innovative turbo-charger component storage solution, which they made for Bradford-based engineering company BorgWarner.
Bespoke courses designed to give employees at one of Britain's biggest house builders the chance to study a degree, have been introduced at Sheffield Hallam University.
Today (Monday) the Accredited Chamber Network is launching its national Brand Campaign to showcase the value in being a member of an Accredited Chamber of Commerce.
In the three months to March 2013, unemployment rose by 15,000, and employment fell by 43,000 Youth unemployment down 17,000, but still above 950,000 The claimant count fell 7,300 between March and April 2013 Commenting on the unemployment figures for May 2013, published today by the ONS, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -It is disappointing that once again we are seeing a rise in unemployment, even if the figures are slightly better than expected.
Commenting on the Bank of England's Quarterly Inflation Report, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -While we have always felt that the earlier gloom over the UK economy has been exaggerated, the positive trends outlined within Governor King's final Inflation Report appear to be too optimistic.
Commercial property experts at Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP have helped a local entrepreneur realise her ambition to improve standards in the holiday home market.