DBS Internet Marketing Named East Midlands Employer of the Year

Web design and digital marketing company DBS Internet Marketing celebrates scooping Employer of the Year at the East Midlands heat of the FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) Celebrating Business Awards.Read more

Businesses ‘tee’d’ up for the launch of Chamber Golf League

Friday 15th March kicked off the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce annual Business Golf League, held at Sleaford Golf Club, in conjunction with Bluecube.Read more

BCC Forecast: UK economy to falter further as Brexit uncertainty bites

The British Chambers of Commerce has today slightly downgraded its growth expectations for the UK economy, forecasting growth of just 1.2% in 2019 (down from 1.3%) - the weakest growth in a decade.Read more

Aiming for Sky High Air Ambulance Support

Air ambulance crews save countless lives by reaching incidents within minutes to provide critical care, with no government funding. Now people are fundraising with Lincolnshire Co-op through its Community Champions scheme.Read more

Charted Surveyor Expands Again - Banks Long & Co

Award-winning Lincoln chartered surveyor Banks Long & Co has welcomed another professional to its busy Project Management team - Carl Fahy has joined the Westgate firm.Read more

ELBA 2019: Past winners share what winning meant to them

With the East Lindsey Business Awards returning for 2019, we hear from some of the winners from last year about what winning meant to them.Read more

BCC comments on Article 50 vote: Businesses still in the danger zone

“While most businesses will support an extension to Article 50 to avert the prospect of a messy and disorderly exit on the March 29th, with just two weeks to go this vote leaves firms with no real clarity on the future."Read more

Awe-inspiring display of human flight in Lincoln marks expansion of Wilkin Chapman

A world-leader in human flight provides a breath-taking air-born display across Lincoln’s Brayford to mark the expansion of leading law firm Wilkin Chapman.Read more

Students serve up a feast at Sincil Bank

Learners from catering courses at Lincoln College prepared and served food in Lincoln City FC’s Buildbase Legends Lounge, boxes and Boardroom - where they waited on VIP guests and directors of the Club.Read more

BCC comments on no-deal Brexit vote

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on the Parliamentary vote on the motion to rule out leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement.Read more

BCC comments on Spring Statement

The British Chambers of Commerce comments on the Spring Statement, forecasts by the Office for Budget Responsibility, lack of action on Making Tax Digital, and the reduction of apprenticeship levy co-funding.Read more

BCC comments on no-deal tariff plans

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on the announcement of changes to tariffs in the event of a no-deal Brexit.Read more

Discover Lincolnshire Weekend 2019 - Street Food Festival

Street food from around the world will be on offer on Lincoln High Street into the evening, with seating, a bar, and live music on Lincoln Cornhill.Read more

BCC: UK economy continuing to slow under weight of Brexit uncertainty

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

Leading employment lawyer hopes post-Brexit regulations will bring ‘sensible balance’

The Government’s plans for employment law post Brexit must strike a sensible balance between safeguarding and improving workers’ rights and best protecting the interests of British business, says one of the region’s most knowledgeable HR lawyers.Read more

New Community Hub Set To Open

A £2.1m food store and pharmacy in Hykeham will soon welcome people inside for the first time after a major investment by Lincolnshire Co-op, and has created 15 new jobs.Read more

Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce celebrate International Women’s Day 2019

Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce and its members are celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) #IWD2019 taking place today, 8th March 2019.Read more

Doing it Differently Conference Heralded a Success for New Ideas

Innovative ideas were bouncing about in Brigg last week (Thursday 28th February) as the Innovation Programme for Greater Lincolnshire held its fourth Doing it Differently Conference.Read more

Entries for Chamber Business Awards are now open

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) today launches its flagship Chamber Business Awards at London Stock Exchange. Entries open today (Thursday 7 March) and will run until Friday 28 June.Read more

Boost for local causes as Whaplode outlet reopens

Three local causes have together gained £1,000 in extra funds after receiving donations at the official opening of a food store and filling station.Read more

East Lindsey Business Awards back again for 2019

The East Lindsey Business Awards are back for a third year, as East Lindsey District Council once again looks to celebrate the success of local businesses.Read more

Midlands UK unveils highlights of its MIPIM event programme

The Midlands UK delegation at MIPIM will be promoting over £11 billion of investment opportunities at more than 40 events during the world’s leading real estate show.Read more

Cope Safety Management Ltd: Celebrating 30 Years of Business

Cope Safety Management Ltd, the Boston based health, safety and employment consultancy, is celebrating 30 years of providing sensible advice, assistance and training to local businesses and organisations.Read more

Lincolnshire businesses manage to escape from networking

25 representatives from local businesses have managed to complete a networking escape room in Lincoln, organised by Purple Robot. The winning team managed to escape in 56 minutes and 31 seconds.Read more

Lincolnshire Chamber members raise funds for local charities

Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce members have raised over £2,000 for two local charities; JUST Lincolnshire and Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance. Both charities have a significant play in the Lincolnshire area.Read more

LORIC supports local small businesses with free events and workshops

The Lincolnshire Open Research and Innovation Centre (LORIC) will be hosting a number of fully funded specialist workshops and ‘data clinics’ this Spring to help businesses use data to innovate and grow.Read more

Help for Employers to Attract Talent to Lincolnshire

Promote Lincolnshire is a new website which promotes Greater Lincolnshire, and is helping employers to attract high-quality employees to the area. It’s especially useful for employers, HR managers and recruiters.Read more

Business Growth Accelerator to Spark Success

The University of Lincoln has launched its pilot business growth accelerator to drive digital innovation and growth across the region. Spark Accelerator will be based in Sparkhouse.Read more

BCC comments on Prime Minister’s statement

Claire Walker, Co-Executive Director of Policy and Campaigns at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on the Prime Minister’s statement to the House of Commons on the next steps in the Brexit process,Read more

BCC: Government must act now to prevent ‘no deal’ by default on 29th March

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments ahead of today’s Cabinet meeting and the Prime Minister’s statement to the House of Commons.Read more

BCC: Disappointing lack of progress on continuity trade agreements

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on the latest update to existing trade agreements if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.Read more

Grantham traders offered new digital app as part of business watch scheme

Businesses in Grantham are being offered a new digital app for phones and tablets to connect them and protect them from crime using ‘state-of-the-art technology to make the town safer and more prosperous’.Read more

AHDB warns Lincolnshire farmers to “prepare for a no-deal Brexit”

Around 200 farmers and agriculture business experts at an annual farming conference in Lincolnshire have been urged to be aware of the consequences of a no-deal Brexit and to do what they can to prepare for it.Read more

Certificates of Origin – No Deal Brexit Contingency Planning

Businesses need answers they can base decisions on, no matter the outcome. This includes the trade documentation for use by exporters to prove origin.Read more

Brackenborough Hall Coach House – Victorian Kitchen Garden & Strawberry Gateaux Recipe

Lucky guests at Brackenborough Hall Coach House self-catering are able to explore the Victorian Kitchen Garden at Brackenborough Hall, near Louth, and enjoy free seasonal produce during their stay.Read more

BCC comments on labour and productivity figures from ONS

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

Boston College hosts young bakers for its third annual Bake Off competition

Following on from two highly successful years, Boston College has once again invited students from local secondary schools to highlight their baking skills and creativity in the kitchen with the Boston College Bake Off.Read more

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?

With the Brexit deadline creeping closer, it becomes ever more important to understand how Lincolnshire businesses are coping in the current economic climate. The Quarterly Economic Survey for Q1 is now live.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