Chamber documents over £8.4bn of investment benefitting the North-east of Scotland
The third Investment Tracker capturing the scale of infrastructure projects planned for the North-east of Scotland reveals that £8.4bn of public and private investment is due to be delivered to benefit the region before 2030.
North-east entrepreneur and founder of global asset management group honoured at Northern Star Business Awards
A leading North-east entrepreneur who founded and built a hugely successful global asset management group has been honoured.
Business Togetherness - Hy Marketing
Hy Marketing announces a strategic alliance collaboration to support offshore sector businesses.
Scottish Chambers of Commerce comment on Migration Advisory Committee Report on EEA Migration
The recommendation to scrap the cap on tier 2 visas will be welcome for employers across the UK.
BCC comments on Brexit notices: A start, but businesses need more detail
Public preparations for all eventualities – and clear, crisp communication with affected businesses – are long past due.
BCC comments ahead of release of ‘no deal’ Brexit notices
Commenting ahead of the publication of technical notices from the government relating to the possibility of ‘no deal’ in the Brexit negotiations
Roundtable with Greg Clark MP
Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce held a roundtable on Wednesday, August 8 with the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
SCC comment on interest rates announcement
The Monetary Policy Committee voted to raise interest rates today by 0.25 percentage points, increasing the Bank of England base rate to 0.75%, the highest level since March 2009.
‘Ill-judged’ interest rate rise risks undermining confidence, says BCC
“The decision to raise interest rates, while expected, looks ill-judged against a backdrop of a sluggish economy. While
Chamber engages Andrew McCallum on policy and government affairs brief
Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce has engaged Andrew McCallum, managing director of Aspect Reputation Management, to advise and support on policy and government affairs matters until the end of 2018
Economy resilient but recruitment difficulties and pay settlements suggest workforce skills remain on top of business agenda
The latest Scottish Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Indicator survey sees Scottish businesses displaying continued resilience
Business alarm on potential Brexit VAT bombshell
“This is the first view businesses have on what the VAT regime could be like after Brexit – and it doesn’t look pretty.