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    LATE IN LIFE SEMINAR WITH IRWIN MITCHELL

    Some people are concerned about how they might deal with legal matters as they get older. Join law firm and CFT partner Irwin Mitchell for a friendly and relaxed seminar that aims to help relieve you of some of these worries. Two of Irwin Mitchell's specialist team in Chichester will help de-mystify some legal issues around getting older including the two forms of Lasting Power of Attorney, and Legacy matters. They will also cover

    Published 10:47 on 27 Jul 2019

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    DEMENTIA FRIENDS SESSION AND LUNCH - FOR BUSINESSES

    Chichester Festival Theatre has organised a range of events including free family and dementia friendly events, running alongside performances of Oklahoma! and 8 Hotels, as part of their Ageless campaign. 12 August 12.30pm Are you a local business who would benefit from becoming more dementia friendly? Would you or your colleagues like to better understand and support those living with the condition?

    Published 10:39 on 27 Jul 2019

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    ​In my view… Making Tax Digital for VAT: Updated Guidance

    Making Tax Digital for VAT requires VAT registered businesses with taxable turnover above the VAT registration threshold to keep records in digital form and file their VAT Returns using software. Who must comply with MTD? If your business is currently registered for VAT and its turnover is over the registration threshold of £85,000 then from 1April 2019 you are required to maintain electronic accounting records and file VAT returns using compliant software.

    Published 00:00 on 15 Jul 2019

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    ​In my view… Your people are your PR ambassadors

    I recently presented a 'tongue in cheek' review of 7 Epic HR Failures at the Chamber's Business Breakfast and it got me thinking about how HR and PR are so closely aligned. I chose examples of big brands that had hit the headlines over the past few years. You may remember "BBC still failing women over equal pay" and Byron Hamburgers with their alleged 'fake staff meeting'

    Published 00:00 on 15 Jun 2019

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    ​In my view… Dementia

    Dementia is an increasingly hot topic of conversation and with advances in medical science continuing unabated, coupled with the promotion of healthier lifestyles, average life expectancy is likely to keep on rising. I was particularly touched by the recently reported story of Dean Smith, the manager of Aston Villa FC, who explained that his father, Ron, a lifelong Villa fan and former steward at the club has no idea that his son is

    Published 00:00 on 20 May 2019

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    ​Towards a multi-purpose town centre

    Once protected by our privileged position, Chichester's shopping streets are now showing signs of the changes that have been sweeping the world since the arrival of the smart phone. Shops are finding it difficult to make ends meet as consumers abandon bricks and mortar but rents and government taxation levels fail to take into account the resulting fall in their revenues. Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) have become the fashionable option for local

    Published 00:00 on 15 May 2019

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    In my view... The Challenge Ahead

    As I write these few words I am about to embark on an exciting (and somewhat daunting) new challenge as CEO of the Chamber. It is always hard to follow in the footsteps of one's predecessors and in this case I have not one, but two pairs of shoes, to fill. So, we bid a fond and grateful farewell to Julie Harrison and Sue Garman who have skillfully led the Chamber over the last

    Published 00:00 on 15 Apr 2019

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    In My View… Staff and business benefits in the New Year?

    Ebenezer Scrooge, from Charles Dickens' story 'A Christmas Carol', was an inconsiderate, miserly and very demanding boss. His drive for results is legendary and, unfortunately, this came at the expense of his only employee, Bob Cratchit. Bob had to work long hours in a cold, dark and lonely office with only basic equipment (a quill pen and ink). He was required to work overtime at short notice and had little time with his family,

    Published 09:00 on 27 Dec 2018

  • In My View… Why you should join the Board of the local Chamber of Commerce

    Every now and then opportunities arise to become a member of this select group of individuals who work as a team to ensure the ongoing sustainability, growth and strength of the Chamber. I was asked to join the Board of Chichester Chamber of Commerce two years ago and welcomed the opportunity. Here are my three top reasons for taking on this role: Giving Back I have worked in Business

    Published 10:00 on 29 Nov 2018

  • In My View…The Cost of Childcare

    I was interested to read some new research commissioned by Yoopies on the impact that the Government's 30 hours of free childcare is having on working parents. I was, however, particularly struck by the impact this is having in Chichester… As a working mother to two young children, this is a topic very close to my heart (and wallet). I went back to work when my children were very young and the nature

    Published 10:00 on 25 Oct 2018

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