Small businesses call for #FairPayFairPlay against poor payment practice

‘Every business deserves to be paid on time’ is the clear message small businesses are sending to politicians and big business to end late payments and stop supply chain bullying.Read more

In uncertain economic times – how’s your business doing?

The results from Quarter 4 Quarterly Economic Survey on a national picture underlined the impact that the current levels of uncertainty are having on a stalling economy as growth in domestic sales and orders reduced, recruitment difficulties stand near record highs and price pressures persist.Read more

Visual Print & Design invest in new machinery to meet client demand

Visual Print & Design have invested £30,000 in a new UV print machine to help meet demand for fast and low volume printed products such as pens, notebooks, phone accessories and USB’s.Read more

BCC/DHL: Volatility and price pressures weighing on UK exporters

The percentage of both manufacturing and services exporters who are expecting to increase their prices has risen in the past three months, as international traders struggle with the value of the pound.Read more

Owner-managed businesses are holding back investment decisions

The report from Duncan & Toplis and 15 other members of the Association of Practicing Accountants (APA) is based on responses from 475 businesses across a wide range of sectors last month.Read more

BCC: Businesses hung out to dry without answers if there's no deal

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today published a list of twenty critical questions that remain unanswered for business in the unwelcome event of the UK leaving the EU without a deal on March 29.Read more

Waldeck shortlisted again for NCE100 Companies of the Year Awards

Waldeck has been shortlisted for a second year running as a finalist at the NCE100 Companies of the Year Awards, this year under the ‘Innovative Operator’ category.Read more

BCC comments on GDP and trade figures

Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on the the latest UK GDP and trade statistics, published today by the ONS.Read more

Lincolnshire Celebrates Year Of Strong Growth For New Business

Figures just published show that Lincolnshire saw strong growth in the number of new company formations during 2018 – despite the challenges of political and economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit.Read more

Lincoln Drill Hall campaign raises £7,000 in seven days of ‘Be a Brick’ campaign

Lincoln Drill Hall is expressing its gratitude after raising more than £7,000 in the first seven days of a major fundraising campaign ‘Be a Brick’.Read more

Lincolnshire Tea has been enjoyed in Westminster this week

John and Susie Carlisle of The Lincoln Tea and Coffee Company were invited to showcase Lincolnshire Tea inside Westminster.Read more

LIBS Connect: Business Beyond Boundaries Event

Lincoln International Business School Connect aim to provide themed events throughout the year focusing on topics that are most relevant to our audience as recommended from you.Read more

Former patients invited to help local air ambulance celebrate 25th birthday

A local Charity that has helped save the lives of thousands of people across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire is appealing for former patients to get in touch and help celebrate its 25th birthday.Read more

Kung Hei Fat Choi! – Here come the dragons!

Ringrose Law has joined in the Chinese New Year celebrations this week with the launch of the Lincoln Dragon Boat Challenge 2019. Dragon boat racing has an ancient Chinese history and according to the Chinese calendar, 2019 is the Year of the Pig.Read more

Growth Hub showcases one of Lincolnshire’s biggest business sectors at Manufacturing Conference

This year’s Manufacturing Conference takes place at Sleaford Quality Foods premises on 22nd March.Read more

Winners announced at the Greater Lincolnshire Construction and Property Awards 2019

Over 350 people gathered to celebrate the Construction and Property sector in Lincolnshire, which took place at the Doubletree by Hilton in Lincoln. Sponsored by Fraser Brown Solicitors and with special host Martin Roberts.Read more

BCC: Government must listen to business on tariffs

Adam Marshall, Director General of British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on reports that the Cabinet is considering options around making imports tariff-free if there is no deal.Read more

Is a co-operative right for you? Free Workshop From The Hive

A FREE half day workshop about co‑operatives, what it takes to set one up and the support available to groups wanting to start a co‑op. Join The Hive on 19 March.Read more

BCC comments on no deal customs announcement

Ronan Quigley, Executive Director responsible for Trade at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on the possibility of a No Deal Brexit.Read more

Waldeck goes from strength to strength with promotions

Waldeck share that Tim Leach, Mark Greatrix and Scott Harrison have joined Andy Inkson and Graham Wright to head up Waldeck’s Operations Board following their recent promotions.Read more

Lincoln Drill Hall launches major fundraising campaign

Charity-run arts centre, Lincoln Drill Hall is asking members of the community to ‘be a brick’ as it seeks to overcome a major fundraising challenge to help raise £130,000 it needs to continue its work in the community.Read more

New Year, New Directors Join LEP Board

Three industry leaders and a senior officer at Lincolnshire County Council have joined the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership’s Board of Directors following a successful recruitment campaign last year.Read more

PAB Languages team have welcomed a new member of staff

Since 2009 PAB Languages Centre has been a UK based, award-winning nationwide language translation services provider. PAB is delighted to welcome Dominika Ozga-Gruszka to their PAB Boston office.Read more

Property & Business Investment Lincolnshire network exhibition

No matter what happens with Brexit on 29th March our UK economy will continue - as will the 3rd April Property & Business Investment Lincolnshire network exhibition, where Brexit is sure to be a hot topic.Read more

Where have all the trees gone?

A children’s book written by Kate Plumb and illustrated by Barbara Griffin of Lincoln-based SPROUTBOX, has in just a couple days after its release, reached number 8 on the free children’s Ebooks chart on Amazon globally.Read more

Work starts on unique Bomber County Gateway Trust memorial project

Waldeck are delighted to be supporting The Bomber County Gateway Trust in the construction and installation of an iconic landmark on the county border of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.Read more

Feel the Love - And Be A Winner With Lincoln BIG's Red Hearts!

“Feel the Love” this February by tracking down Lincoln BIG’s famous red hearts – and putting yourself in the picture. The winners of #LOVELINCOLNTRAIL will win amazing prizes!Read more

Strategic Promotion at Ringrose Law for David Heath

Ringrose Law is delighted to announce the recent advancement of David Heath, formerly Head of the Wills & Probate department, to Operations Director for the firm.Read more

Chamber: Another day lost while the clock is ticking

Dr Adam Marshall comments: “Another day lost while the clock is ticking. Government and parliament are still going round in circles when businesses and the public urgently need answers.Read more

C4G Project Boost is Great News for Growing Local Firms

Lincoln BIG and Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce are celebrating being awarded additional funding for a special project – in a move which spells good news for growing county businesses.Read more

New Staff Signal Successful Start to New Year

Andrew & Co Solicitors has started the New Year with a trio of new appointments at its offices in Lincoln and Newark. They have 60 staff based at its offices in Lincoln and Newark.Read more

Buckminster Barn - Let your child experience the great outdoors

Buckminster Bushcraft is an inspiring place for children to have a wild adventure and be at one with nature. Bushcraft Holiday Clubs are held at Annises wood just outside the village of Buckminster.Read more

Chamber: Flexible labour market limiting impact of sluggish economy

Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), comments on the labour market figures for January 2019, published today by the ONS.Read more

Drama At Rilmac Annual Training Day

After the success of the first annual Group wide training day held at the end of 2017, Rilmac were looking forward to improving the event for 2018. Employees from all over the country attended, traveling from as far as the North West, London and the South Coast.Read more

Gary Headland announced as new Chair of the Chamber

Gary Headland, CEO of Lincoln College Group has been appointed as the new Chair of the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce following the announcement last year that Ursula Lidbetter would be stepping down.Read more

Lloyds Banking Group supports Midlands businesses in 2019

As part of Lloyds Banking Group’s national pledge to lend £18billion to UK businesses, the Group expects to support firms in the Midlands with up to £2.5billion of lending during 2019.Read more

Lincoln City Football Club pledge support to local businesses

Lincoln City Football Club has pledged its support to the local business community by becoming the latest patron of the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce and join our group of high profile patrons.Read more

LEP Want Your Say On Greater Lincolnshire's Industrial Strategy

The Greater Lincolnshire LEP wants to hear your views on the future of the Lincolnshire economy. Your input is needed to develop the strategy and to make a compelling case to the Government and more.Read more

Success Without the Stress: A Game-Changing Business Book

A Grantham based workplace wellbeing trainer and mentor, and Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce Ambassador, has written a book aimed at stressed-out small business owners.Read more

Lincolnshire Businesses head into 2019 with confidence

Improvement in cash flow position, capital investment, UK sales and orders remaining positive were just a couple of the responses noted in the Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) for Quarter 4 2018.Read more

Two New Recruits Join LEP’s Employment and Skills Board

Following a successful recruitment campaign, the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership is welcoming two new members on its Employment and Skills Board.Read more

Allen Signs Wraps up a Successful Year of Fundraising

Signage and printing specialists Allen Signs is capping off a successful year of fundraising by donating 3,000 sheets of festive wrapping paper in aid of St Barnabas Hospice.Read more

British business says no to no-deal in 100 days' time

The UK’s five leading business groups today unite and call on politicians to prevent a disorderly ‘no-deal’ Brexit on 29th March.Read more

Hat Trick are now part of Lincolnshire's leading eCommerce software provider

The acquisition will allow both teams to enhance their skills and will create further job opportunities within the company as we continue to grow.Read more

Make 2019 YOUR year to volunteer at Bransby Horses!

Bransby Horses is seeking additional volunteers to join its team in 2019 to help throughout the charity.Read more

Help a Young Person Have a Happy Christmas

Lincolnshire Action Trust is calling for support from businesses as it launches its LAT Wishes Christmas campaign for the charity’s Young Oasis service.Read more

New Partner at the region’s largest law firm looks to support businesses across Lincolnshire

SUPPORTING public and private sector organisations to take Lincolnshire forward is a primary focus for new Partner at Wilkin Chapman solicitors, Oliver Tasker.Read more

Finalists announced for Greater Lincolnshire’s Construction & Property Awards 2019

Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce and headline sponsors, Fraser Brown Solicitors are pleased to announce the finalists for the third annual Greater Lincolnshire’s Construction & Property Awards 2019.Read more