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

HAPPY NEW HOME FOR FOXLEY KINGHAM

Luton-based chartered accountants and business advisers, Foxley Kingham is starting the New Year in contemporary new offices at the Butterfield Business Park.

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5 collaboration ideas to grow your small business

Collaboration is a great opportunity for all small businesses, regardless of the industry you’re in. Not only will collaboration help you to grow your network and increase revenue, but it can also save you money and teach you something valuable at the same time.

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Peli BioThermal Supports Charity Helping the Homeless

Leighton Buzzard business donates food and money for the festive season

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BCC Quarterly Economic Survey Q4 2019: UK economy stagnating as service sector slows

The British Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Survey reveals that the UK ended 2019 in stagnation, amid long term uncertainty, rising business costs and a slowing global economy. 

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BCC comments on appointment of new Bank of England Governor

Commenting on the appointment of Andrew Bailey, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said:   

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BCC comments on the Queen’s Speech

Commenting on the Queen’s Speech today, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said:

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What are the biggest threats to small businesses in 2020?

As we approach the end of the year, many small business owners will be thinking about their goals and challenges for 2020.

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Give back to trees this Christmas

Christmas is a time for giving, so maybe consider giving something back to the environment is the message from local charity and Community Forest, the Forest of Marston Vale. The Charity has launched a Christmas fundraising appeal, Give Back to Trees this Christmas, asking people to help them plant more trees.

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£35m fund to grow rural businesses

• £35 million fund to boost rural productivity and create local jobs
• Grants of up to £750,000 to fuel investment in rural enterprises
• Scheme has already created over 3,700 jobs in local communities

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