Norfolk Business News

Export
25/02/2019
The Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has now advised that they will no longer be legalising Certificates of Origins and Invoices. Commenting on this change, Julie Austin, International Trade Manager for Norfolk Chamber said:  “Many importers still request that the documents from UK should be...
General
25/02/2019
Blaze A Trail How you can get involved and support National Apprenticeship week is fast approaching, it's great if you and your business can get involved. This year’s theme is “Blaze a Trail.” The aim of the campaign is to shine a spotlight on apprenticeships and the fact they can be a great...
Policy
22/02/2019
Commenting on the latest update to existing trade agreements if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: “The lack of progress revealed today is an incredibly disappointing, though not unexpected admission. This is...
General
22/02/2019
Second annual event highlights the success stories of the district The second North Norfolk Business Awards were held on the evening of Thursday 21 February 2019, with two dozen of the district’s businesses winning plaudits for their success. The awards, organised by North Norfolk District Council...
Export
21/02/2019
If you are an SME with a logistics function and feel that your data could be working better for you there are free to access grants available to strengthen your position.  TALE (Transport and Logistical Efficiencies) targets SMEs with a logistics function – this includes freight transport,...
Policy
20/02/2019
Norfolk businesses urgently need answers to the many no-deal Brexit scenario questions.  Today, Norfolk Chamber has officially written to all our MPs asking for their support in Westminster to get answers to those questions. Brandon Lewis – MP for Great Yarmouth Chloe Smith – MP for Norwich...
Policy
20/02/2019
Norwich City Council have released their latest economic barometer. The report highlighted: Locally Castle Mall Shopping Centre are looking to welcome PureGym and a bowling alley in the next few months Profit warnings from stock-exchange quoted companies from the East of England rose in the...
Policy
19/02/2019
Commenting on the labour market figures for February 2019, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: “The fall in unemployment and strong employment levels are further evidence that the UK jobs market remains resilient, with firms...
Policy
19/02/2019
Now is your chance to have your say on the draft Economic strategy 2019 – 2024 for Norwich City Council.  The aim of the 2019-2024 economic strategy is to provide the framework and ambition that will direct the actions the City Council and its partners will take to achieve increased economic...
Export
18/02/2019
If the UK leaves the EU without a deal, dual-use items from the UK to the EU will need a licence. An Open General Export Licence (OGEL) has been created for this purpose. On 1 March, the Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU) will host a webinar to explain the issues around EU General Export...

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