Tuesday, 19 January 2010

The Chamber Insider

Gateway Get-Together -Monday 25 January

This free evening event designed for local start-up businesses is organised by Business Link in partnership with Channel Chamber of Commerce, SEEDA Coaching and Counterpoint Networking.

Taking place at Channel Chamber's meeting rooms, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, food and refreshments are being served along with two 25 minute workshops:

7.00pm - Insurance for Start-Up Businesses
7.45pm - 7 Simple Steps to Great Local Online Marketing

No need to book, just turn up and enjoy a bit of informal networking! For further information: Call: 0845 600 9 006 or Email: info@businesslinkkent.co.uk

Kent Learning & Development Open Day - 10th February

The University of Kent is staging this Free networking session entitled 'Strengthen Your Business' the University's Canterbury campus on Wednesday, 10th February and cheese and wine will be served from 17.30 to 19.30.

During the evening, a series of short presentations will demonstrate how companies can work in close partnership with the University, and tap into its extensive commercial knowledge and resources. For more details or to book, please see the attached form, call us on 01227 827376

Early Warning of Tenders

We are delighted to give members an early warning of tenders that Kent County Council will shortly be inviting on behalf of public bodies across the south of England

For further details of these tenders please contact Kevin Harlock, Director of Commercial Services, Kent County Council Commercial Services on Tel: 01622 605352

Regional Airports are Good News of Local Economies

Developing regional airports helps to stimulate economies, creates jobs and boosts the living standards of local communities. That's the conclusion of new research into the valuable contribution of aviation to the UK economy produced by the Airport Operators Association.

As the general election approaches the aviation debate will intensify and the report contributes to that debate by assessing the industry's economic role, both directly and as a catalyst for the wider economy in terms of wealth creation and employment.
The report maintains that as a regional airport grows, it has positive impacts on the surrounding area in terms of connectivity, trade and investment. For more information about the AOA report, visit http://www.aoa.org.uk/

Direct Flights from Lydd to Jersey

Operated by CityJet, using a 50 seat Fokker aircraft, this new service will run from Lydd every Saturday between July 10th & September 11th this year. And to celebrate the launch of the new service, Lydd Airport is also providing free car parking for all those travelling on the Jersey flight in 2010.

With its easy access and fast, hassle-free check-in service, Lydd Airport offers a relaxed and friendly alternative to Gatwick for those who want to explore Jersey. This beautiful island has a wealth of attractions, from adventure parks and castles to superb shops, markets, cafes and restaurants.

Holidays and flights for both services can be booked through local travel agents, online at www.discoverjersey.com/lya or by telephone on 0844 415 6653.

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