Latest updates and stories from Bedfordshire Chamber of Commerce and its Members

Official Update

As a valued member, we wanted to share our efforts related to the Coronavirus and to let you know that we’re here to help if you need us.  

We recognise that while the situation surrounding COVID-19 continues to develop, there is a huge strain on much of your day-to-day business operations.

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Coronavirus: 5 essential tips for working from home

Boris Johnson has now urged people across the UK to work from home where possible to help control the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.

In light of these recent developments, we've put together some essential tips to help you and your employees work effectively from home.

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Remembering Loved Ones at Commemorative Tree-Planting Event

Neville Funerals, one of the region’s longest established businesses, welcomed more than 250 people to a special commemorative tree-planting event at the Forest of Marston Vale in Bedfordshire on Sunday (23rd February).

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ChamberCustoms to support traders in post-Brexit Britain

From December 31 2020, the number of customs declarations made by traders is expected to increase from 55 million to around 300 million every year. The increase comes from traders who have never had to complete declarations before because their trade has always been within the EU.

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How to create a social media strategy for your small business

There are many benefits of using social media for your small business. It can help create awareness of your company, boost traffic and SEO, and increase customer engagement.

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Calling Bedfordshire businesses, enter a team into the Franklins £50 Challenge 2020

Calling Bedfordshire businesses, this is your chance to enter a team into the Franklins £50 Challenge 2020 to generate as much money as possible for MacIntyre. 

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Wyboston Lakes Resort achieves outstanding position

Wyboston Lakes Resort achieves outstanding position in prestigious Sunday Times ‘Best 100 Companies to work for’ List 2020

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BCC comments on Coronavirus

Commenting on the Coronavirus outbreak and its impact on business, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:

“Businesses are increasingly managing the economic impacts of Coronavirus, from shipping and travel restrictions to increased freight costs and supply chain disruption. 

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Industrial estate changes hands in multi-million pound deal

A multi-let industrial estate in Bedfordshire has been acquired by a London-based property investment company.

Commercial property consultancy Kirkby Diamond advised on the acquisition of a number of units at Cosgrove Way Industrial Estate, in Luton, on behalf of Pears Property Advisors.

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