The government has invested an unprecedented amount of public money into the Treasury to shore up the country not just once but again as we head into a second lockdowns. However, the reality is that some business casualties like Laura Ashley and Debenhams may have had their day and Covid did not cause their demise.
As the city continues to reopen safely, LCCI is supporting a citywide campaign, Because I’m a Londoner, that aims to get London’s economy going and encourages people to get behind their local businesses and rediscover their neighbourhoods.
Like many members and LBM readers, the LCCI is an SME without a dedicated risk management team to plan a way through the challenges presented by Coronavirus. We can all learn from each other and below Deborah Jarvis, the Chamber’s operations director, shares the way the LCCI has approached the situation so that companies can
London is undoubtedly a great place in which to work and live. The UK capital is a global hub for business and culture, attracting a growing number of commercial headquarters and strong inward investment.
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry showed that three in five London business leaders think that allowing local government to have greater control over tax levels would have a positive impact on the capital’s infrastructure needs.
Today, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) called on City Hall to appoint a Freight Commissioner to lead on freight and logistics in London, as the Mayor consults on a new Transport Strategy for the capital Why is this important? Freight plays a vital, if not always appreciated, role in our everyday lives. From
Recent government figures show that nearly half of all businesses suffered at least one cyber security breach or attack in the last 12 months. Cybercrime truly entered the public consciousness in May this year, when a global ransomware attack on thousands of private and public sector organisations crippled NHS services in some parts of the