6pm Monday 22 April
(Paid-up Chamber members only)
It is that time again in the current round of the planning application for Brett Works for wider discussion and the Tesco representatives have asked us to arrange an evening meeting where members can talk to them, discuss the perceived benefits and local concerns. This meeting will be primarily to explore concerns and needs in the light of planning approval being given.
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Following this year's Fair-Trade fortnight Hadleigh traders continue to promote awareness of ethical shopping, and to persuade shoppers to try fair trade products.
As Hadleigh traders wait for the next stage in the Tesco saga, a group of MPs has warned that consumers and local shopkeepers will suffer if supermarket chains expand unchecked. Once they have saturated the high street and wiped out small local shops, they'll push up the prices, says the Parliamentary Small Shops Group.
We continue to provide informative working meetings to give Hadleigh businesses chance to share experiences and knowledge.
Latest from Business Links January newsletters covering issues on handling food, DDA access as an opprtunity and employee development.
Another of the Business Link Suffolk monthly updates - covering employment law.
Business Link Suffolk produce the newslink enewsletter monthly catching up with a wide range of topics. This month they included a number of issues relating to exploiting the Internet and digital marketing channels.
The learning point team at Hadleigh Business and Learning Centre have received feedback from customers that they would like to see some form of i-cafe in Hadleigh Learning Centre. This will enable people to drop in and not only check their mail but surf the net and then see if they have any weak areas that they want to improve on i.e sending and recieving e-mail's or perhaps using outlook to interface with e-mail.
Business founder Karen Finch is Britain's Entrepreneur of the Year after seven years of building up the Hearing Care Centre into a thriving Suffolk business..
The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) first became law in October 1995. It affects all walks of life and aims to ensure we deal with everyone who may need additional support or assistance, fairly. For 10 years it has been against the law to discriminate in employment and the provision of goods and services.