The winners of the 2021 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise were announced on 29 April, celebrating the achievements of UK businesses following an incredibly challenging year. Congratulations to our Chamber Network and their members across the UK who have been recognised in the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise 2021.
Businesses across the UK are looking at how they can reduce their carbon footprint and bring their overall emissions as close to zero as possible, to help the UK hit its legally binding target of net zero emissions by 2050. But for some industries, this presents a far greater challenge than others. Find out more about how Drax can help.
Responding to the publication of the Global Travel Taskforce Framework for International Travel, British Chambers of Commerce Director of Policy James Martin said:
“The sector has been hard hit in the last year, with prolonged uncertainty about when the full resumption of travel will be possible. This framework provides some welcome clarity however much uncertainty remains around what countries will be on the green list come May 17th.
The British Chambers of Commerce has today (29th March 2021) signed the Armed Forces Covenant in a virtual signing event attended by the Assistant Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Simon Brooks-Ward CVO OBE TD VR.
If you are considering creating a U.S. subsidiary, now may be a good time to do so. In fact, believe it or not, the COVID-19 environment has enhanced the U.S. marketplace. In this article, Mark Rapson Director at BlueStone Services highlights three opportunities and discusses why 2020 and 2021 may be the years to move forward with your U.S. marketplace expansion objectives.