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  • Cornwall Careers Show
    Booking information Stands are FREE for organisations which offer an interactive Have a Go activity What is Have a Go They are bite sized hands on tasters of a skill used in the workplace Tell us about your Have a Go ideas and we can help you plan your activity and stand Contact Helen Field at Cornwall Learning EBP T 01872 327900 M 07968 892925 E ebp cornwall gov uk www cornwalllearning org cornwallebp cornwallcareersshow Post navigation Previous Post Germany reduces bureaucracy for British temping agencies Next Post Legal leader announced as Lloyds Bank National Business Awards finalist Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of Scilly become some of the best connected islands in the world Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/cornwall-careers-show/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Germany reduces bureaucracy for British temping agencies
    data to produce a survey on the effects of temping on the German employment market e g number of workers sex nationality type of job duration of employment etc will be taken from the DEÜV Meldung Notification in accordance with the Datenerfassungs und Übermittlungsverordnung If the employees of the UK temping agency are subject to German National Insurance the employer in practice their German accountant or payroll bureau will automatically be obliged to complete the DEÜV notification upon commencement and termination of the employment as well as annually at the end of each year Angelika Baumgarte Head of Legal Services at the German British Chamber of Industry Commerce explained This is a step in the right direction as it will remove some of the bureaucratic hurdles UK employment businesses currently face when sending staff to Germany and it therefore presents additional opportunities for them Interestingly it also leaves a gap for the German statisticians because those agencies which do not employ staff subject to German National Insurance will no longer form part of the statistical results The German British Chamber of Industry Commerce supports British companies wishing to apply for a labour leasing licence in Germany For more information please contact Angelika Baumgarte Head of Legal Services Tel 020 7976 4144 or email legal ahk london co uk ends Post navigation Previous Post Opportunities for new exporters Next Post Cornwall Careers Show Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/germany-reduces-bureaucracy-for-british-temping-agencies/ (2016-04-26)
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  • July 2015 – Page 2
    Longworth Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce said The turmoil in Chinese markets serves as a reminder of the delicate global economic conditions we operate in Even more than the possibility of Grexit the economic volatility in China could have a profound effect on Read More BCC Response to Productivity Plan Below is the British Chambers of Commerce response to the Government s Productivity Plan published today by Chancellor George Osborne and Business Secretary Sajid Javid View the full document here Govt must tackle deep rooted shortcomings to secure great economic growth says BCC Commenting on the publication of today s productivity plan John Longworth Director General of the Read More Hale Events acquires hotel and catering show The successful Hotel Catering Show in Bournemouth the South s most important trade show for the hospitality and catering sector is under new ownership following a deal completed last week Hale Events Ltd member of Cornwall Chamber and the company behind ExpoWest in Cornwall have acquired the show from Surrey based Evisstar which has Read More Superfast Broadband update The Superfast Cornwall team has just published Independent research by SERIO at Plymouth University and Buckman Associates with the key highlights being 2000 separate survey responses thought to be the UK s most advanced piece of research into the economic impact of fibre broadband Nearly 200m of impact to Cornwall s economy due to Read More Summer Budget 2015 how will it affect Cornwall s businesses Katie Wild Marketing and Events Manager at Cornwall Chamber of Commerce This afternoon Chancellor George Osborne announced his Summer 2015 budget It s fair to say that for Cornwall all other points in the budget were eclipsed for a time by the Chancellor s announcement of a major plan to give the county more power

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/2015/07/page/2/ (2016-04-26)
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  • BCC: Current account deficit ‘alarm bell’ for UK
    deserves The size and persistence of the UK s current account deficit make us hugely vulnerable to external shocks unexpected shifts in market sentiment and unwelcome downgrades to our credit rating While it is good to see some improvement over the quarter the huge current account deficit should be setting off alarm bells Recent improvements mask long term falls in net investment and overseas income as well as our lacklustre export performance These issues merit immediate and sustained attention both in Westminster and in boardrooms across Britain Post navigation Previous Post Free to download cyber security guide for business Next Post Need accommodation for those attending your events this summer Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of Scilly become some of the best connected

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/bcc-current-account-deficit-alarm-bell-for-uk/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Free-to-download cyber security guide for business
    first sets out five principles to adopt when approaching risks commonly associated with cyber security incidents This is followed by a section providing an overview of six essential actions to optimise cyber security systems backing up information keeping IT systems up to date training staff on security issues monitoring for security breaches layering security defences to reduce risk and making contingency plans to deal with breaches The third section sets out ways in which these principles and actions can be effectively implemented by businesses depending on the nature of their organisation Finally the guide provides a security self assessment questionnaire a tool to allow businesses to evaluate the current state of their cyber security management and to identify ways in which it can be improved in accordance with the guidance in the preceding sections of the guide For more information or for any business law needs generally please contact Nalders on 01872 241414 or email Post navigation Previous Post 100 000 Funding Awards on Offer to Small Businesses in Latest SBRI Healthcare Competition Next Post BCC Current account deficit alarm bell for UK Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of Scilly become some of the best connected islands in the world Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/free-to-download-cyber-security-guide-for-business/ (2016-04-26)
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  • £100,000 Funding Awards on Offer to Small Businesses in Latest SBRI Healthcare Competition
    Functional Ability Defined as suffering two or more chronic conditions multi morbidity affects patients of all ages but prevalence increases markedly with age being present in most people aged 65 years and older The types of chronic conditions included are multiple and varied and it is widely recognised that the number of patients with multi morbidity is increasing particularly as the population ages and that those patients are likely to have complex needs for healthcare With people living longer and patients needs changing as a result the NHS faces particular challenges in supporting frail older patients living with a range of chronic conditions The latest SBRI Healthcare competition recognises the increased burden being put on primary care services and challenges companies to come forward with enabling ideas commented Karen Livingstone Director of SBRI Healthcare We are always excited to see innovative technologies at an early stage in their development and in this case to support companies in realising the potential of their products to extend patients lives and maximise NHS resources The competition theme areas have been chosen in partnership with the Academic Health Science Networks AHSNs across England and specifically for this programme Falls and Care Planning Health Innovation Network South London AHSN Decline in Functional Ability Eastern AHSN and Urinary and Faecal Incontinence West of England UCL Partners and North West Coast AHSNs To find out more visit www sbrihealthcare co uk or contact kim hannah swahsn com 01392 247903 at the SW AHSN Post navigation Previous Post Free choir taster sessions in Cornwall Next Post Free to download cyber security guide for business Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/100000-funding-awards-on-offer-to-small-businesses-in-latest-sbri-healthcare-competition/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Free choir taster sessions in Cornwall
    two charities to try out Kana Choirs at Work Cornwall Council already has its own Kana Choir led by vocal coach and Cymaz Music Director Emily Foulkes Emily said The benefits of singing together with friends from work are many and varied Not only is it a brilliant way to de stress it is also a chance to get to know other people from your workplace We ve had fantastic feedback from members of our Cornwall Council choir and thanks to our Arts Council funding we ve now found a way to let other workplaces try it out Anyone interested in a free taster can download an application form from cymazmusic org uk kana choirs work or request a copy of it from emily cymazmusic org uk Taster sessions are limited to 5 work based choirs three from the private sector and two third sector Taster sessions to be delivered in July and August For more information contact emily cymazmusic org uk or call 01208 871816 Post navigation Previous Post British Chambers Fracking decision perverse short sighted and timid Next Post 100 000 Funding Awards on Offer to Small Businesses in Latest SBRI Healthcare Competition Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics Recent Comments Mark George on The Isles of Scilly become some of the best connected islands in the world Archives April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/free-choir-taster-sessions-in-cornwall/ (2016-04-26)
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  • British Chambers: Fracking decision ‘perverse, short-sighted and timid’
    both to look at the long term energy security and economic considerations and to act in the national interest It should also make sure that there is generous compensation in place for those affected by crucial energy projects so that they are not mired in compensation disputes The UK still lacks a clear long term energy strategy with domestic conventional and unconventional oil and gas sitting alongside nuclear and renewable energy in our supply mix We urgently require a 50 year energy security strategy and the Government should make this a priority North Western Lancashire Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Babs Murphy said Although it is disappointing that councillors have gone against the recommendation of planning officers we hope this is not the death knell for this industry in Lancashire In turning down this proposal councillors appear to have ruled with their hearts rather than their heads and ignored the reasoned arguments of those with genuine expertise in this industry Our hope is that this decision will be appealed and that the appeal will be successful otherwise what is certain is that fracking will go ahead elsewhere in the UK and Lancashire will miss out on thousands of jobs and massive economic benefits Post navigation Previous Post British Chambers Looming Grexit an opening for fundamental European reform Next Post Free choir taster sessions in Cornwall Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Search for Recent Posts BCC Welcome deficit reduction in March but huge task still lies ahead A financial controller from a Truro based organisation has gained chartered status after completing three years of studying BCC Disappointing retail sales reinforce concerns of slowing economy New Tax Year Offers Tax Savings BCC comments on labour market statistics

    Original URL path: http://www.cornwallchamber.co.uk/updates/british-chambers-fracking-decision-perverse-short-sighted-and-timid/ (2016-04-26)
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