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Suffolk Chamber of Commerce

Firms are being urged to get their entries in as the deadline approaches for this year's Suffolk Business Awards.

Fears have been raised that Suffolk firms are not doing enough to prepare for Brexit, as D-Day looms for the UK's European Union withdrawal.

A campaign to improve vital transport links across west Suffolk has been given a boost after three of the region's roads were earmarked for potential investment.

Top businesses across Suffolk and north Essex are being urged to get their entries in as the East Anglian Daily Times launches its prestigious annual business awards event.

Local businesses are being encouraged to sign up to a breakfast event to bring them up-to-speed about the potential benefits to the business community from the building of a new nuclear power station at Sizewell C.

The chief executive of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, John Dugmore, explains why recent setbacks in the UK's nuclear ambitions has made the case for Sizewell C in Suffolk even more imperative.

A partnership to boost productivity by improving workers' health and wellbeing is being stepped up in Suffolk, with a series of new workshops and a virtual workplace health board.

Suffolk businesses are focusing on ways of tackling anti-social behaviour following a survey which showed nearly half of them felt it was a growing problem in the county.

While the craze for online shopping is leading to empty shopfronts, it's also bringing a massive boost to Suffolk's warehousing and logistics industry.

The chief operating officer of the EEF, the body representing the UK's manufacturing sector, is to speak at a lunch event next month, hosted by Suffolk Chamber of Commerce and the Felixstowe Chamber of Trade and Commerce.

Members of the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce are hoping to meet Transport Secretary Chris Grayling in Parliament next week as the press the case to upgrade the A14 in the county.

Sarah Howard, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce's former president, has been re-elected to an influential role at the British Chambers of Commerce, the UK's top business network and lobbying organisation.

The latest figures from Suffolk Chamber of Commerce's Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) shows business activity is slowing, but it's a very mixed picture.

Business leaders and bosses have warned of the catastrophic consequences a hard or no deal Brexit could have on trade coming in and out of the Port of Felixstowe.

Now they're high-flying business leaders, but there was a time when these guys were scrawny, nervous teens, eager to impress in their first jobs. We asked local business leaders what valuable skills they picked up from their first experiences of the world of work

A snap poll completed by 169 members of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce has indicated that a bare majority of those replying backed the Government's Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration - albeit with some concerns.

Suffolk Constabulary have pledged their support to an annual campaign to stop domestic violence.

Domestic abuse now accounts for one in every eight Suffolk crimes and almost half of all homicides.

A new bid to end mobile phone not-spots across East Anglia has received top government support at a summit meeting at Newmarket.

The campaign to improve communications for business, by tackling mobile not-spots, came to Suffolk

Outstanding individual and group achievements of businesses across Waveney were honoured at a glittering awards ceremony.

Students have grilled local business leaders at the launch of West Suffolk College's Global Enterprise Week.

As politicians in the House of Commons debate the latest draft agreement that has been thrashed out negotiators, business leaders in Suffolk and Essex have shared their thoughts on whether they support Mrs May's proposals or not.

Today we can finally reveal the names of the people selected to be on our first ever Inspiring Women of Suffolk list.

Earlier this year we asked people to nominate their inspiring women of Suffolk - and today's the day we finally reveal the results.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is hosting an important meeting where businesses across West Suffolk can discuss their current and future needs for employment and development land.

A business exhibition held for the first time in Central Suffolk earlier this year will be back again in March 2019.

One of the 'big beasts' of the UK pubs and brewery industry has been praised by Suffolk business leaders as he prepared to step down next year after 14 years at the helm.

A campaign group fighting Stansted Airport's plans to be allowed to boost their passenger numbers have criticised the airport's latest publicity campaign as "a complete distortion of the facts."

The chief executive of Stansted Airport claims he is "overwhelmed" by the support he has received for plans to raise the number of passengers Stansted can handle each year.

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