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Knowledge - Novagraaf UK
Contracts are part and parcel of business activity, and that’s also true for contracts relating to IP rights.
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Member News - Women In Energy Network
Young women at Great Yarmouth College were shown the wide range of career opportunities in the energy industry on behind-the-scenes visits to companies working in oil & gas and renewables. Roles from engineering and data processing to human resources and administration were showcased at the event organised by Women in Energy Networking Group (WEN) for Great Yarmouth College students and staff.
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Member News - Conservation Media Ltd
Conservation Media Ltd will be holding the first Wildeye Conservation Film Festival in July 2016 at the University of East Anglia. See: http://wildeyefestival.org We are looking for partners to help fund the event and so are offering a number of sponsorship opportunities. Why Sponsor the Wildeye Conservation Film Festival?
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We are recruiting!
Needed: Head of Business Services   (Norwich based) Note the key words:  Head. Business. Services. In a new role, reporting directly to our CEO you will head up and develop all Client facing aspects of our services, which includes, Membership, International, Events and Contracts.  Self driven, target orientated with a passion for business development you will deliver against clearly identified business goals.
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The Independent Cole Commission was set up in September 2014 to review what changes were needed to improve Britain’s export performance. The final report of this Commission has just been released. Caroline Williams CEO Norfolk Chamber of Commerce said:
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The project, through hard work in building strong links with employers, has beaten its original target, and now sees figures of 18-24 year olds claiming JSA drop to a record low of 675.
Norwich For Jobs Phase 1 Project: When we launched the ‘Norwich For Jobs’ project at the start of January 2013 we were seeking to halve Norwich youth unemployment in two years. At the start of our two-year project in January 2013 there were around 2,000 young people, aged 18-24 claiming Jobseekers’ Allowance (JSA), registered as unemployed in the Norwich area. Our aim was to reduce this to 1,000. Our Successes
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The BCC’s submission highlights that a lack of investment in infrastructure capacity and maintenance - across transport, energy and digital – is hampering business growth and costing jobs.
Ahead of the Chancellor’s Budget announcement on Wednesday 8 July, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is urging the government to commit to rebuilding Britain’s infrastructure, bringing to an end our ‘make-do and mend’ culture. The BCC’s submission highlights that a lack of investment in infrastructure capacity and maintenance - across transport, energy and digital – is hampering business growth and costing jobs.
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The new Taskforce will bring together key stakeholders from central and local government and MPs together with representatives from the industry to co-ordinate support for businesses and individuals affected.
A new Taskforce is being established by New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership to support businesses and employees who are being affected by the current downturn in the oil and gas sector. The drop in the global oil price has caused a reduction in exploration activity and investment by major oil companies, especially in the North Sea. This has caused a number of businesses in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft to experience difficulties – with a numbe...
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Member News - Aston Shaw
  We are extremely pleased to announce that we have renewed our sponsorship of the Norfolk Food and Drink awards 2015. The event, which promotes the fantastic work put in by our local food and drink manufacturers and retailers, will be held on Monday, 14th September at the Norfolk Showground.
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New website launch for Lambda Films!
So if you're one of those nice people who recently complimented our outgoing website, you probably would have received a sheepish reply about how it was not long for this world - and a bold new look would be coming soon. Well that time has come and we're chuffed to bits to launch our lovely new site, which goes hand-in-hand with a bit of a visual refresh of all our communcations.
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It is very important that the Norfolk business community is a strong influence in this significant debate, so we are asking for your input at this early stage.  We will be holding a roundtable workshop here in Norfolk, with the British Chambers of Commerce to debate this issue.
It is important that the Prime Minister, David Cameron speaks for the whole of UK business, as he travels through Europe discussing potential EU reforms.  The Chamber network is clear - the majority of businesses want to remain within the EU, but not at any cost. Norfolk Chamber feel that it is very important that the Norfolk business community is a strong influence in this significant debate, so we are asking for your input at this early stage. ...
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“Greater accessibility is key to ensuring that the Norfolk business community can compete on a national level and infrastructure improvements in Norfolk will open up opportunities for local businesses to deliver more economic growth, housing and jobs for our County.”
Norfolk Chamber added its voice to that of our regional MPs in stating that a 5 year delay on the start to the A47 improvement works is way too long. Caroline Williams, Chief Executive of Norfolk Chamber said: “It is the business community that will deliver jobs and economic prosperity in Norfolk and delays in delivering the vital infrastructure improvements will be to the detriment of Norfolk’s economic wellbeing.”
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9 Norwich Business Park Whiting Road Norwich Norfolk NR4 6DJ
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Helping Norfolk businesses to grow through networking, promotion, business services and policy
Introduction

Norfolk Chamber of Commerce has provided first-class help and support, and fought for a better deal, for Norfolk businesses since 1896. Owned and directed by its business members, the chamber supports and represents businesses of all shapes and sizes, and in all sectors.

Crucially, it allows small businesses to meet both with other like-minded small-business owners as well as have access to decision makers of larger Norfolk organisations such as Perenco, Bernard Matthews and Aviva who are also within the chamber network.

How can we help you?

Business Support and Services
Commercial benefits such as free legal and HR support, financial solutions, a range of discounted health care schemes and more.

Promoting your Business
Our community website allows members to add their good news stories, events and knowledge articles, which will be seen by 5,000 visitors a month.  These are also highlighted via our extensive social media reach.

Meet new contacts
Norfolk Chamber is renowned for organising high quality businesses events. Our 60 events are attended by over 3,000 delegates each year

Become an international business
Our International Trade Team can help you begin your export journey by offering a wide range of services.  Members receive up to 50% discount on the costs.

Have your say
Members can join a unique organisation with a strong campaigning voice for the interests of business. It is this collective business voice, which enables us to influence key decision-makers in local and central government. We are regularly consulted for feedback from the business community when policy is being developed, locally and nationally. So, being a member of Norfolk Chamber means that your voice will be heard.

We are passionate about why we are here; to ensure that Norfolk businesses are successful and contribute to the region's social and economic wealth and prosperity.

More benefits to Norfolk Chamber Membership

If you would like to find our more, or join the Norfolk Chamber please email jason.williams@norfolkchamber.co.uk