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18 Feb

Public sector contracts probed in first Quarterly Economic Survey

The extent to which smaller firms are able to access public sector contracts is being probed in the first East Midlands Chamber* Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) of the year.

18 Feb

Business space available at at1.SPACE

Unique space available at1.SPACE Located on Triumph Road, NG7, next to the Nottingham University Jubilee Campus and the QMC hospital.

18 Feb

New facility will improve patient care by speeding up medical product development

Plans have been submitted for a new facility focusing on the commercialisation of medical devices and technologies, which is seeking major D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership funding.

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Derby Enterprise Growth Fund Opens New Doors For Local Business

February 13th, 2015

The company has received a £40,000 grant and £100,000 loan towards its £300,000 development programme. This will support the development of a new e-commerce website, industry certification, improvements to the showroom and the creation of four new sales a

Vouchers Programme Now Available for Small Businesses

February 13th, 2015

Applicants who are granted entry to the full programme are eligible to receive a Government grant of £3,000 towards a full course of important business advice (Cost of the full programme is £5,000, of which 60% is covered by the Growth Voucher.)

Nottingham (Core and Outer) Business Survey

February 13th, 2015

This will feed into the preparation of a joint Employment Land Forecasting Study (ELFS). The ELFS will provide a key part of the respective Councils’ evidence bases in the preparation of their emerging Local Plans. It will provide advice on the future req

Funding secured to help supply chain grow

January 26th, 2015

UKCES is investing over £875,000 in six pilot projects across the country, all aimed at developing innovative ways of boosting leadership and management skills in UK businesses.

Chamber Welcomes Latest Good News on Jobs

January 21st, 2015

In Derby and Derbyshire, there were 491 fewer Jobseekers’ Allowance (JSA) claimants in December than there were in November, representing an annual fall of 5,517, or 36%.