Networking in 2017
Financial information to drive your business
- was held on Tuesday 20th June
Another excellent presentation, this time from Alistair Main of Duncan and Toplis.
For businesses large or small, the Chamber Networking events are both informative and useful, with the chance to meet other local business minded people. Alistair held our attention for about half an hour, and probably all present learnt something. Don't miss the next one, it's free with an excellent buffet.
For your diary the dates of the other meetings will be
- all Tuesdays commencing at 5.30pm and concluding at 7.30pm at the RLQ.
Winners of the fourth annual South Holland Business Awards
Four win the Apprentice of the Year
The Chamber would like to say a huge thank you to all sponsors on the night who included:
PSP IT as the main sponsor, Moore Thompson who sponsored the drinks reception, Duncan & Toplis who sponsored the Business Innovation of the Year category, Definitions Health & Fitness who sponsored the Supporting the Community Award, Ringrose Law who sponsored the Customer Care Award, Charmed Interiors & Bookmark who sponsored New/Small Business of the Year, University Campus Holbeach who sponsored the Apprentice of the Year, South Holland District Council who sponsored Business Person of the Year and Butters Group who sponsored Business of the Year.
Local EventsDecember 24th 2017 - Sundays, 1000-1600 see dates below
Hughes Sunday Opening Dates for Christmas
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Full Events List Here
Produce Supply Chain - South Holland is the best place to do business?
This report (PDF) produced by Spalding Chamber asks the question, "Where is the best place to operate a fresh produce business in the United Kingdom"?
We have taken the old "Garden of England", Kent and compared it with the new "Kitchen of England", South Holland, to illustrate just how good South Holland really is.
This takes into account the most practical and best cost effective total route to the Supermarket including the processing, packing, labelling, warehousing and distribution for non UK produced goods.
Spalding and District Chamber of Commerce - Value Proposition
By offering access to networking, an extensive knowledge base, signposting to business services and opportunities, Chamber members can be more innovative in the way they grow their businesses and look for new opportunities.
Chamber members typically grow faster when they have access to these services, helping to improve their competitive offering.
All at Boston College's Red Lion Quarter starting at 5.45pm unless advised.
Trade sector Forums we supported
Spalding Town Retailers Association
Darren Sutton (Chair) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Norton (Chair) e-mail: email@example.com
Spalding Business Club
Ken Maggs (Joint Chair) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Turnell (Joint Chair) e-mail: email@example.com
Plans for 2016/2017