22nd October 2019, 13:00 to 16:30 @ Davidson Chalmers Stewart, 163 Bath Street, Glasgow
Laura Irvine, partner at Davidson Chalmers Stewart LLP, will provide an update on marketing, fundraising and data protection law. The activity around the GDPR and getting ready for implementation proved a significant challenge for cultural organisations and sometimes the approach taken was based on incorrect advice or pressure as some organisations dealt with databases issues. […]
23rd October 2019, 10:00 to 13:00 @ Scottish Enterprise, Apex House, 99 Haymarket Terrace, Edinburgh
China is the world’s greatest economic success story of the past 30 years, a significant opportunity and rapidly expanding market for UK businesses. British products and services are in particular demand in China as the consumer market grows and middle income consumers demand quality.
Understanding the market can prove challenging for foreign companies looking to break into and expand across China, now the world’s largest e-commerce powerhouse.
18th October 2019
The three chambers of commerce in the Highlands have joined forces to strongly oppose the introduction of a tourist tax in the region, arguing it would be an unwelcome additional levy on the hard-pressed industry. Inverness, Caithness and Lochaber chambers, which together represent 820 companies, outline their stance in a submission to Highland Council’s consultation […]
17th October 2019
Commenting on the announcement that the UK and EU negotiators have come to an agreement, Dr Liz Cameron OBE, Chief Executive of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC), said: “On the surface this is good news but the devil is in the detail. The huge effort by UK and EU negotiators to get us this […]
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