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There are plenty of positives to report in the Chamber's latest Quarterly Economic Survey results (Q2 2014) as economic recovery turns into growth.
Think Leeds as been launched as part of a national campaign ahead of the General Election in 2015, which argues that sustained national economic growth requires more powerful and better funded cities.
BID4Leeds, the new Leeds BID (Business Improvement District) Company has chosen the week of the International Business Festival to hold its inaugural Steering Group Meeting.
The Chamber met with representatives from Department for Business, Innovation & Skills in a roundtable for members to discuss the subject of changes to apprenticeship funding
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