Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce has been matching mentors with businesses for several years through its Let’s do Mentoring scheme. Mentoring has been even more vital to businesses since the onset

We are actively seeking Council and Local Area Advisory Board members Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce are looking for active, influential members who would like to take their involvement to the

Sara is away this week, so our guest blogger is Rob Lawley, Head of International Trade Increased international trade support ready for January 2021 With the end of the EU

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has dug deep into the coffers again this week as he announced measures in his Wednesday statement, worth £30bn, to prevent mass unemployment and stimulate the coronavirus

I have not been looking forward to seeing the results of the latest British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) published earlier this week. It seems that my

Coronavirus is the economic shock that business didn’t see coming, and while it’s been difficult for the whole economy, many Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent businesses have grabbed the opportunities that the

As the economy begins to gather pace in a return to open trading, Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce remains committed to supporting our members and the wider business community to get

Once more we have some changes in how we are to control the spread of Covid-19 – just when we have planned spaces and bought the signs for a 2m

As I write this blog the Prime Minister has just updated Parliament on changes to England’s lockdown, coming into force on 4th July. Using words such as “cautious” and “entirely