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Suffolk Chamber January Networking 2017

The Latest Proposals for Sizewell C

What: Suffolk Chamber Business Breakfast in Partnership with EDF Energy
Where: Trinity Park, Felixtowe Road, Ipswich
When: Friday 13 January, 7:30am - 9:45am

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with EDF Energy, is holding a business breakfast on the latest proposals for Sizewell C, providing potential supply chain opportunities for businesses across Suffolk.

Join us at this exclusive business event with guest speaker Jim Crawford, Project Development Director at EDF Energy, to hear about the latest proposals for Sizewell C and how this can be of benefit to local businesses and the local economy.  

The event will also see the launch of our new Sizewell C Supply Chain website, where local businesses will be able to sign up for regular updates on the Sizewell C project, as well as being alerted to potential contracts connected with the construction of the new Sizewell C nuclear power station. 

Please note places are limited and on a strict first come first served basis.

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Business in 60 in Lowestoft, West Suffolk & Ipswich

What: Motivation, Myths, Realities & Solutions
Where: Lowestoft, 
West Suffolk and Ipswich  
When: 12,18 and 24 January, 8:30am - 10:00am

It is definitely true that if you have a workforce doing something mechanical like picking fruit or washing cars, then you need to incentivise their output and direct their creativity to complete more tasks per hour.

So what does work? In this session we will explore your knowledge of motivating your staff, why some things work whilst others do not and how to turn the key that switches on high performance in your environment.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Lowestoft & Waveney Business Neptune Networking brunch

What: Neptune Business Networking brunch
Where: Lowestoft Town Football Club
hen: Thursday 19 January, 9:30am - 11:00am

We are delighted to welcome Waveney Norse as our guest speakers for our first networking event of 2017. 

Ian Gregory, General Manager and Chris Smith, Business Development Manager both of Waveney Norse, will discuss the way that Norse has approached testing the financial climate, offering ways that businesses can work together to reduce overheads and generate new revenues, as well as their future plans.

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Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Haverhill & District

What: Exploring Business Funding Brunch
Where: RAF Room, Stirling House, Stradishall
hen: Friday 27 January, 9:30am - 11:00am


With interest rates at an all-time low, the decision to leave the European Union and the drive for commercial growth, Suffolk Chamber in Haverhill & District is happy to deliver this ‘Exploring Funding’ workshop aimed at providing a one-stop shop signposting event for any business looking to grow, diversify and capitalise on the current landscape.

Join us to hear from three experts on business funding, who will share with us practical advice on securing the right funding for your business to support you to succeed in 2017.


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Suffolk Chamber of Commerce January Networking Lunch

What: Suffolk Chamber January Networking Lunch
Where: Hintlesham Golf Club, Ipswich
When: Monday 30 January, 11:30am - 2:00pm


Join us for our first networking lunch of 2017 where we are delighted to be joined by the newly-appointed Chief Executive Officer of Ipswich Building Society, Richard Norrington. At the lunch we will hear from Richard on his thoughts and plans for Ipswich Building Society and how it is his priority for the Society to achieve continued success, supporting the needs of its members and helping the local community to thrive.

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Shaping Suffolk's future growth

What: The Future Growth of Suffolk events
Where: West Suffolk, Ipswich & Lowestoft
hen: 31 January, 1 and 2 February, 5:30pm - 8:00pm


It is important that local businesses have their voice heard as this framework develops to ensure we identify the needs of local businesses and how infrastructure investment, economic development initiatives and housing growth can be aligned with these needs. Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is hosting three workshop-based events where you will have the chance to hear an update on the work that is going on and share your views on the future of Suffolk.

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Bury St Edmunds

What: Bury St Edmunds Business Networking Breakfast
Where: Ashlar House, Eastern Way, Bury St Edmunds
When: Friday 3 February, 7:30am - 9:00am

 
Join us to hear from Daemmon Reeve, Group CEO of Treatt, on the myriad benefits of engaging your staff to ensure a happy and productive workforce!

Treatt PLC recently won the British Chambers of Commerce Commitment to People Award in the East of England, and the company itself has shifted towards prioritising and creating a culture of meaningful employee engagement, driving and increasing commercial success in an extremely competitive environment.

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Jonathan Tilston