Chamber Connect Magazine Launch

7th January 2019

You're invited to join us at the launch of Chamber Connect magazine, a new quarterly magazine published on behalf of Barnsley & Rotherham, Doncaster, East Midlands and Sheffield Chambers of Commerce.

Delivered directly to members, the brand new publication will provide news and updates from each Chamber, the Sheffield City Region and its thriving industries, the Sheffield LEP and the Growth Hub. 20th February 2019 is the publication date for the Q1 issue of Chamber Connect and we are looking forward to providing you with the opportunity to see the new quarterly magazine first! In each publication thereafter we're excited to be able to share the successes of Chamber members in the Sheffield City Region in this new magazine. The launch of the magazine will take place at the AMP Technology Centre - Bessemer Room, Advanced Manufacturing Park, Brunel Way, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S60 5WG. Please note: The event is free to attend for members of Sheffield, Barnsley & Rotherham, Doncaster and East Midlands Chamber. Please book below as 'Chamber Member'.

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