Coronavirus Hub

Norfolk Chambers is supporting the Norfolk business community - keeping you up to date and working hard to get further clarity on the business support options available.  We will continue to listen to you and ensure that your voice is heard across both the region and nationally.

The Norfolk business community is also pulling together, supporting each other and the wider community - support that ranges from help for the NHS, donation of Personal Protection Equipment and offering free support online to their peers.

Member-to-Member Support

The Norfolk business community is pulling together to offer support to one another through these difficult times; from offering their top tips via blogs and webinars to offering their expertise and services for free or at discount.

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  • Webinars
  • Offers
Virtual Networking

A brand new way of networking. We will be running regular online networking session to allow businesses to network and create connections in a digital space.

 

 

Daily Business Briefing e-Bulletin

In response to the Coronavirus Norfolk Chambers of Commerce have compiled a daily e-bulletin to keep businesses updated on what support is available from the government, from the chamber network and other businesses. 

 

Chamber Support

Find out how your membership with Norfolk Chambers of Commerce can help to support your businesses during this time. Access support on HR, Legal, Tax and Health & Safety. As well as different ways you can stay connected, promote your business and support others. 

 

Latest Coronavirus News

16/08/2021
From 16th August, the following applies to anyone who has been pinged or contact traced as having come into contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19: Fully vaccinated people Those who are under 18 or fully vaccinated will no longer have to self-isolate (fully vaccinated means having had both doses plus 2 weeks) The person no longer has a legal duty to self-isolate and...
02/08/2021
The BCC calls for government to extend skills training as new research showed nearly 1 in 5 companies are considering staff redundancies as the next phase of furlough tapering begins. With older workers much more likely to still be on furlough, there is concern that they could go unutilised unless support for retraining is immediately put in place. The survey, carried out by BCC, asked over 250...
29/07/2021
 Responding to the news that fully vaccinated travellers from the EU and US will not have to quarantine, British Chambers of Commerce Co-Executive Director, Claire Walker, said:        “For the hundreds of thousands of people directly employed in the travel industry and the many more that are part of supply chains, this will be welcome news.    “The long-term recovery of our entire economy also ...
29/07/2021
 Responding to the news that fully vaccinated travellers from the EU and US will not have to quarantine, British Chambers of Commerce Co-Executive Director, Claire Walker, said:       “For the hundreds of thousands of people directly employed in the travel industry and the many more that are part of supply chains, this will be welcome news.   “The long-term recovery of our entire economy also ...

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