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Pressure on the Government to abandon plans for an 80pc jump in capital gains tax is set to reach a new pitch this week with more business organisations trooping into the Treasury to urge the Chancellor to think again. The British Chambers of Commerce has increased the tempo of its protest with an unprecedented show of unity among its 56-strong network. For the first time, all member chambers have joined forces to sign a letter of protest (published in full below), telling the Chancellor that the changes will "damage the spirit of entrepreneurship and enterprise" and making it clear that the suggested offer of limited ...
Firm is a success, but noise may force closure - Features ...
A credit crunch beating engineering firm in Sawtry may be forced to close because it is too noisy.Up to 50 jobs could be axed if SRD Engineering Services, in Brookside Industrial Estate, Sawtry is forced to spend thousands of pounds to make its operations quieter. The alarm has been sounded by bosses after the firm was slapped with a Noise Abatement Notice by Huntington District Council. And now they have warned that further alterations to their shot blasting unit could cost thousands of pounds – a move which could force them to close the plant and transport their operations to Thailand – at a cost of 50 local jobs. What do you ... market research, surveys and trends
cambridge congestion charge - the business perspective
The independent commission has been set up by the county council, possibly in an incredibly cynical move to prevent the Conservatives having to defend their support of congestion charging during the forthcoming county council elections in June. Personally I have committed to oppose a Cambridge congestion charge for at least a decade ; none of the major political parties offer such a commitment. A vote for Labour at the next election is a vote for a Labour government, and it is a Labour Government which is trying to bribe us into having a congestion charge rather than letting us make a local decision here. The Conservatives have ... market research, surveys and trends


Best Practice Knowledge Newsletter October 2004
Constructing Excellence is offering companies, of all sizes, a free assessment of their leadership and management capability. This is part of a wider CITB-ConstructionSkills programme to examine the industry's need for leadership and the impact of good management on productivity. The assessment is computer based and takes respondents around 10 minutes. The resulting report will show how your managers compare with the rest of the industry and help to identify training needs. The skills measured are taken from the national occupational standards and held in a Management Matrix developed by Be and CITB-ConstructionSkills. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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With Egypt's information technology market growing 30 percent per year, we're rapidly ..... Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce was invited by the Cambridge ..... in its industry with more than 50 million sales in smart cards over just ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Queen's Birthday honours: the full list
Professor Athene Margaret Donald, FRS. Deputy head, Cavendish Laboratory and director, Women in Science, Engineering and Technology Initiative, University of Cambridge. For services to Physics. (Cambridgeshire) Ms Amelia Chilcott Fawcett, CBE. Chair, Pensions First Group LLP and Guardian Media Group. For services to the Financial Services Industry. (London, WC2E) Ms Jacqueline Fisher, CBE. Principal, Newcastle College. For services to local and national Further Education. (Hexham, Northumberland) Mrs Janet Marion Gaymer, CBE, QC. (Hon.), commissioner for Public Appointments. For public service. (Effingham, Surrey) market trends, news research and surveys resources
Firm's expansion to create 100 new jobs
UP to 100 new jobs are to be created at a Peterborough distribution centre giving another welcome employment boost to the city. Debenhams’ Distribution Centre, which is operated by DHL Supply Chain, is recruiting the permanent workers for its base in Flaxley Road, Kingston Park, Peterborough. They hope to have the new workers in place by the end of July and two open days have been held on site to aid the recruitment process. The site supports the Debenhams E-Commerce arm by packing and despatching customer orders generated from Debenhams’ internet business. The jobs boost comes as a result of a £113.2 million contract between ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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MSBDC Boston Regional Office | Business Links
The MSBDC Boston Regional Office & Minority Business Center does not control, monitor, or guarantee the information contained in the links to other external web sites, and does not endorse any views expressed or products or services offered therein. Below is an alphabetical listing of business resources divided by categories listed below, which are available to small businesses. Please contact the city or town clerk where you plan to open your business, regarding DBA registration, zoning issues, property taxes, local regulations, and restrictions.    For a complete listing of business resources and ...
Gerry Martiniuk at AllExperts
He was a director of the St. John Ambulance, predecessor of Cambridge United Way, Preston-Hespeler Rotary Club, Trinity Community Table, Preson YMCA, Chair, Conestoga College Advisory Committee on Criminology before entering provincial politics, as well as serving as president of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce . He has been awarded Queen's Counsel designation. Martiniuk is a widower with four children. Martiniuk began his career at the municipal level, serving as a school trustee on the Waterloo County Board of Education , an alderman in Preston , chair of the ''Waterloo Regional Police Commission. In the ...
Moving to Boston in August! | Ask MetaFilter
I'm starting graduate school at Harvard this fall, so I need to figure out how to swing this moving thing. I currently live in Brooklyn, so I'm not unused to ridiculous rents and sketchy neighborhoods. What I'm looking for: - A studio with a separate kitchen or a 1-bedroom. - Up to $1200 a month. - Laundromat and grocery store within walking distance. - Walking (<20 minutes?) or reasonable T (<45 minutes?) distance to Harvard. I don't have a car or a driver's license. - A coffeeshop would be nice, but I don't really care about any of the normal hip-white-person amenities (yoga, ethnic food, or ...