We understand the instruction to reduce face-to-face contact in order to reduce the spread of infection – we also recognise that businesses need the ability to continue in some form.
During the pandemic we are vowing to be a source of pragmatic, practical and valuable guidance so our business community is able to fight the fight.
Join our series of interactive weekly webinars to support your business and employees as we navigate the coronavirus crisis. We will be joined by an expert from within our membership to provide key insights into topical subjects and ensure your business questions are addressed.
As a community, we must stick together to protect ourselves, our businesses and our workforce.
This special online event will provide information all employers need to know about returning to work.
Official guidance on the government’s plans for returning to the workplace is continuing to emerge. Employers need to plan now for what is likely to be staged return to the workplace. Their guiding principle should be how organisations take care of their people and safeguard their health and well-being. Many people will be concerned and anxious about being in workplaces or travelling to workplaces. They will want to know that their organisation is retaining their support for physical and mental health and its current thinking about flexible and remote working. This should be at the heart of any decisions and plans that organisations make.
Our guest speaker - Alison Addy - Head of Community Engagement Gatwick Airport will be giving an update on Gatwick Airport.
More information will follow shortly.
There will be plenty of opportunity to network so please remember your business cards.
Join us for our March networking lunch event being held at the Roffey Park Institute.
Our Speaker will be Dr Angus Cameron, Academic Operations Director – Roffey Park Institute Ltd
Angus manages all aspects of Roffey Park’s teaching, learning, and research activities. His primary role is to enhance Roffey Park’s reputation for creating innovative, engaging, and challenging programmes relevant to a rapidly changing organisational environment.
To help ensure you are getting the most from your membership, we are pleased to announce we are holding a Maximise Your Membership event for members only at The King’s Church, Victoria Road, Burgess Hill.
We will be joined by representatives from our Affinity Services:
Steve Charles - Quest
Lynn Pearce - Westfield Health
John Sawyer - Moneycorp
Clive Willcocks - The AA
Simon Wilson - AXA
Join us for our networking lunch being held at Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne.
Our guest speaker will be Dean Orgill - Partner - Mayo Wynne Baxter
Contracts are everywhere, hopefully never to be noticed or looked at.
But when there is a need to refer to them you will want them to work for you not against you. We will look at common issues and how they might be avoided.
We are delighted to announce we will be holding our next Construction Forum at Devonshire Park Tennis Club, Eastbourne.
Nick James – Partnerships Director – The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB)
Paul Scrivens – Commercial Director – The LoveLocaljobs Foundation C.I.C
Join us to hear from Mike Foster – Managing Director – SPB Business Support
The financial decisions made by SME's will have both short term and possibly long-term implications on the business, and are very important to get correct.
Most SME's have a clear insight and identified goals for their business. However, for many the financial journey is not something they have experienced before and this presentation sheds light on specific issues they need to consider and in some cases avoid.
Also speaking will be Amber Lilly - Corporate Fundraiser - Chestnut Tree House
Amber will be speaking about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy and why businesses should get involved in the charity sector
We are delighted to announce we will holding our June Construction Forum at The American Express Community Stadium, Brighton.
Our first guest speaker confirmed is - Duncan Baker-Brown - Senior Lecturer at The School of Architecture & Design University of Brighton & Director of BBM Sustainable Design
More information will follow shortly.
Make new contacts quickly, expand your business, have fun! Always a hit and back by popular demand.
We are pleased to invite you to this cross- County Chamber event for 2020 which offers networking with a difference. Sussex, Hampshire and Surrey Chambers of Commerce will bring together companies from all sectors to enable them to explore new business opportunities and provide many new contacts