Commenting on the Prime Minister’s announcement on the future work and residency rights of EU citizens in the UK, Liz Cameron, Chief Executive of Scottish Chambers of Commerce, said:
Scottish Chambers of Commerce has welcomed today’s publication of the second phase report of the Scottish Government’s Enterprise and Skills Review. However, it has called for close scrutiny of the new agency structure’s achievements over the coming years to ensure quick and effective progress. Liz Cameron, Chief Executive of Scottish Chambers of Commerce, said:
Dear Chamber of Commerce Members
Please forgive the intrusion. I am writing to you on behalf of Livingston FC as we are looking to develop new Sponsorship and Community Engagement partners for the coming 2017-18 season.
I recognise that the club has come a long way in the past few years, but I feel we have a way to go and I would like to foster a business attitude within the stadium.
- Past President of British and Scottish Chambers of Commerce receives CBE -
Nora Senior, Executive Chair UK Regions and Ireland of global communications consultancy, Weber Shandwick, has been recognised with a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2017. The Honour has been awarded for services to British and Scottish businesses during her term as President of British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and Chair of Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC).
The Bank of England is walking a very narrow line on monetary policy and a rise in interest rates may come sooner rather than later following the narrow vote to maintain interest rates at 0.25% and the onus is now on Government to take steps to bolster demand and investment. Liz Cameron, Chief Executive of Scottish Chambers of Commerce, said:
Scottish Chambers of Commerce have welcomed the news that Scottish unemployment fell by 17,000 and employment rose by 14,000 in the three months to April, but has called for continued action to make sure that this trend continues in future. Liz Cameron, Chief Executive of Scottish Chambers of Commerce, said:
- 1600 pupils across Eleven West Lothian senior schools compete to create the most inventive use for an energy efficient heat pump.
- The ultimate ‘Green Energy’ competition places design innovation, teamwork and strategy at its core
Now that the result of the General Election is known, Scottish Chambers of Commerce has urged the UK and Scottish Governments to get back to business, placing the economy, skills and exporting at the heart of the national agenda for the next five years.
- Acquisition expands iMultiply’s public practice accountancy division
- Growth of interim division with launch of Agile FD
-Partnership with ICAS
iMultiply has acquired Allen Accountancy Recruitment Ltd, a specialist public practice accounting recruitment company, for an undisclosed sum. Managing Director Alex Allen will now lead iMultiply's expanded public practice division, placing accounting and finance staff from across the UK and internationally with companies in the Central Belt.
'Women's Business Mentoring' launches nationwide today (1st June 2017) with some of the most recognisable and successful Scottish businesswomen leading the way.