A view from the Chair April – Brush Up Your Shakespeare
Those of you that have been reading this pile of tosh for the last 6 years will know that I am prone to drop in the odd reference to the Bard. This is not a proclivity for which I feel...
April Breakfast – MP Updates Local Business Leaders
A packed audience heard from Amber Rudd who returned to the Chamber almost a year after her pre-election visit in 2015.
Members were given a highly informative and wide ranging
presentation covering her new Ministerial duties, as Secretary of State for...
The big EU debate
With just under a month to go before the EU referendum, we welcomed two political heavyweights to the Hastings Chamber of Commerce networking breakfast last week to tell us exactly what each referendum outcome could mean for the UK and...
Third Annual Road and Rail Summit for Amber Rudd
Hastings and Rye MP Amber Rudd held her third annual Transport Summit this March, informing residents of planned improvements to look forward to across both the local rail and road networks. Let’s Do Business attended and we’re pleased to share...
Announcements from the Budget
As Chancellor George Osborne starts to defend his missed budgets targets, we have pulled out a selection of announcements from his 8th budget for you to digest.
The government will:
- cut the rate of corporation tax to 17% in 2020, benefiting...