Author: Kirsty Arnold

Brexit doesn’t mean bust for local businesses at QES breakfast

24 January in Chamber News

Statistics unveiled by David Littlewood at the Sheffield City Region Quarterly Economic Survey breakfast (QES) on Friday reveal that most local businesses are not feeling threatened by the prospect of Brexit. David, who is a professor of Strategic Management at the University of Sheffield’s Management School,...

Finance For Enterprise celebrates record year with new appointments and launch of Lincolnshire office

22 January in Chamber News

Doncaster based alternative funding provider Finance For Enterprise has celebrated the end of another record year with the appointment of three new members of staff and the launch of a new Lincolnshire office. Over the past twelve months, Finance For Enterprise, which is responsible for helping...

Business confidence in Sheffield City Region remains solid despite challenges

22 January in Chamber News

Regional business survey shows a somewhat subdued picture over the last three months but business confidence remains solid. The latest results of the Quarterly Economic Survey for the Sheffield City Region suggest that despite a somewhat subdued picture compared to the previous quarter and longer-term trends,...

Parents’ Forget-Me-Not Ball raises £9,702 for Bluebell Wood

10 January in Member News

A Forget-Me-Not Ball organised by bereaved parents has raised an impressive £9,702 for Bluebell Wood. Parents supported by South Yorkshire’s only children’s hospice arranged the night of magic, music and dance at the Holiday Inn, Rotherham. They included Charlotte and Gareth Mayor, Kristina and Phil Booth,...