As 2018 draws to a close I send you my wishes for a Happy Christmas and New Year. I know 2018 has been a difficult year for many of us, and there seems no hope for a speedy resolution to the uncertainty around Brexit. The news for Sudbury is mixed but hopeful. We are about […]
There won’t be a speaker for the December lunch meeting, however the Chamber invites you to come along to an informal meal with fellow members on Wednesday 12th December. Find out more about our lunch meetings and book your place, here.
We had an excellent Sudbury Chamber lunch meeting in November with Arthur Charvonia, Chief Executive of Babergh Mid Suffolk. Arthur impressed us talking about the changes in the council. They are once more allowed to build homes and are looking to develop expertise in this. He explained how they have retained the growth in business […]
Peter Rumsey is the founder of Great Cornard based Gallery and Arts Centre, Mill Tye Gallery. Here, Peter breaks down what his inspiration and motivation was for having a gallery in Great Cornard, Sudbury, and the importance of supporting local businesses and creative talent. What was your motivation for starting up Mill Tye Gallery […]
Gemma Mackman is a founding director of Sudbury-based business, Mackman, a full-service research, branding and marketing agency. Over 15 years, Mackman has worked with businesses such as Twinings, the University of Essex and University of Nottingham, Humphries Weaving, The Sticker Factory, Somerville Holdings and KSL. What was your biggest motivation in starting and running […]
Stop Press: Tim Yeo has been booked to talk to the Chamber’s business lunch in September.
Sudbury has performed much better than most town centres in recent years. Much of this is because of free car parking for up to three hours. There has been a serious threat that the local council would start charging for short stay parking. The Chamber of Commerce formed a group with the town councils of […]