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Surveying for our latest Quarterly Economic Survey is now open! Sponsored by the Midlands Engine Investment Fund, delivered by the British Business Bank, we would love to hear from firms of all shapes and sizes (starts ups, sole traders, SMEs, medium sized and large corporations) as it will help create an accurate picture of the

Michelin Development are proud to have supported a number of businesses across North Staffordshire to develop and expand their businesses. As 2020 gets underway, many SMEs across Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme and Staffordshire Moorlands are already taking advantage of the support available through Michelin Development. A Michelin Development loan can be used for a whole range of

A Staffordshire contract cleaning company is moving into new markets following a £50,000 cash injection from Michelin Development. Cheadle-based Moorland Contract Cleaning is using the funding to launch a new division, providing janitorial supplies that feature greener formulations and sustainable packaging. Over the next three years, the business is forecasting turnover to double and more

Brexit update

This Friday 31st January at 23:00hrs the UK marks its official departure from the European Union thus fulfilling the wishes of many people in our area. However, the coming year is likely to be very challenging for many businesses as all eyes will be focussed on the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the EU which

A Stoke-on-Trent signage company is conquering new markets and creating jobs following a £50,000 cash injection from Michelin Development. Dresden-based A2B Signs and Graphics is investing in state-of-the-art technology to reach new customers in the UK and overseas. The money, which has been match funded by a grant from Stoke-on-Trent City Council, has enabled A2B

We’re joining forces with music charity Make Some Noise to launch the Business Community Choir – a chance for the local business community to come together to try something new in 2020. The choir is perfect for those looking for a New Year’s resolution that will boost wellbeing and let you meet new people. Facilitated

Raising money for our 26 charities is an important part of our work at Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce. We were thrilled to celebrate this week with representatives from the Chamber charities over a festive glass of fizz and a mince pie. Chief Executive Sara Williams presented cheques to the charities from the total we’ve raised

Business Showcase Open Days

Businesses tell us that they are struggling to attract and retain homegrown talent, and that school and college leavers aren’t aware of the job prospects in local firms across Staffordshire. That’s why we’re excited to be part of the British Chambers of Commerce new national initiative, Business Showcase Open Days. Running in February 2020 these

Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce has commissioned a new ‘Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Skills Hub’ to help support SME businesses in Staffordshire with the cost of bespoke training. The fund is available to businesses from any sector, who can receive up to 48 percent of the cost of a training course up to the value of £5000.

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