Key facts about the UK/ EU Trade Deal

The UK and EU secured a Trade & Co-operation Deal on 24 December which endeavours to maintain tariff-free trade now that the Transition Period has ended. Although the protracted negotiations

Here we go again, back to lockdown! Business confidence has already been hit so hard by the stop-start approach to lockdown taken by the government since March. The new restrictions

In partnership with Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), we are launching a brand-new programme which will connect top business leaders from the county to help our economy recover

October is Black History month in the UK, an event that has been celebrated nationwide for more than 30 years. Black History Month was originally founded to recognises the contributions

“Staffordshire is home to many companies operating in the Business and Professional Services Sector. It is a common miscomprehension that this sector does not import or export but the truth

The Chambers fully understand the measures implemented to tackle the spread of Coronavirus and welcome the new tiered approach adopted by Government, however we do urge the government to consider

The findings of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) quarterly economic survey for quarter three 2020, published late last week, made sobering reading with nearly half of firms reporting a

It is now undisputed fact that the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic is here with infections, hospital cases and deaths all rising steadily. Thankfully, the doomsday scenario of cases

Frozen fees to help members

The board of Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce has given the green light to a freezing of its subscription fees. Chambers CEO Sara Williams said: “The next few years are going