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  • Businesses at Surrey Research Park Twice as Productive as National Average
    30th March 2021

    Businesses at Surrey Research Park are twice as productive in terms of economic output per employee as their local and national counterparts, according to a report by BIGGAR Economics, a leading independent economic consultancy. The report analysed the extent Surrey

  • In celebration of YUnique Marketing’s 5th anniversary the company is gifting marketing support to the business community
    30th March 2021

    YUnique Marketing is 5 years old! We are proud to be celebrating 5 years since the incorporation of YUnique Marketing Ltd.   Founder of YUnique Marketing Jarmila Yu comments “As every business owner knows, the first few years of any

  • Farleigh Caps Off Record-Breaking Year With Two 59Club Awards
    30th March 2021

    Farleigh Golf Club’s general manager, James Ibbetson, is celebrating a remarkable 12 months in charge of the Surrey club after being named Golf Manager of The Year in the prestigious annual 59club golf customer service awards. The 27-hole venue in

  • BCC signs Armed Forces Covenant
    29th March 2021

     The British Chamber of Commerce has today (29thMarch 2021) signed the Armed Forces Covenant in a virtual signing event attended by the Assistant Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Simon Brooks-Ward CVO OBE TD VR. The British Chamber of Commerce

  • Good news for Guildford’s Food Lovers
    29th March 2021

    Our much-loved Farmers’ Market returns to Guildford High Street on Tuesday 30 March from 10.30am – 3.30pm to offer residents delicious food and drink from local producers. All of the stalls will only be selling essential items, in line with

  • Teaching Fellow in Acting at GSA
    24th March 2021

    Guildford School of Acting, part of the University of Surrey, is recruiting to enhance the Acting Department. This is an exciting opportunity to play a pivotal role in the development and delivery of the school’s curriculum and actor training ethos.

  • Latest Updates From Surrey Chambers CEO – 24th March 2021
    24th March 2021

    As businesses prepare for a return to some kind of normality there is definitely a feeling of positivity, helped by the change of seasons and the spring sunshine. Despite a number of welcome announcements in the budget, there are still many businesses and individuals

  • BEIS Market Intelligence Request
    24th March 2021

    We are writing to ask for your help with an important piece of market intelligence work BEIS is undertaking to improve our understanding of the green hydrogen project pipeline in the UK across the 2020s. The assistance you have provided

  • Get back together again with Covid-secure video conferencing at Fetcham Park
    23rd March 2021

    To support your return to a professional environment, Fetcham Park has added a dynamic, game changing video conferencing solution to enable your team to work together again in a Covid-secure setting. Put months of mounting frustration, wasted time, and increasing

  • Businesses to reskill and upskill employees for free at Innovation South Virtual Campus
    23rd March 2021

    The Innovation South Virtual Campus has launched, offering a range of free online courses to help employers fill skills gaps in their businesses for free. Funded by the Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (EM3 LEP) in collaboration with regional colleges and universities, ISVC’s

  • Help to warm your home
    23rd March 2021

    A further 300 households in Surrey can benefit from £3 million of funding to help them save money on their energy bills. More than 500 Surrey residents have already signed up to make their homes warmer, cut their energy bills

  • BCC reacts to latest UK labour market figures 
    23rd March 2021

    Commenting on the ONS labour market statistics for March 2021, published today, BCC Head of Economics Suren Thiru said:       “While unemployment rose slightly, the continued uptick in the timelier payroll employment data indicates that the UK jobs market is becoming more