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    Chichester Counselling Services say farewell to Chief Executive, Wendy Evans

    After 10 years serving as Chief Executive of Chichester Counselling, Wendy Evans is stepping down in March. Having overseen some major changes, including moving premises twice and implementing a sustainable business model, Wendy leaves the charity in a strong position, such that it can continue its much valued work in the community. With the support of its team of volunteer counsellors, the organisation provides a self-referral counselling service to the people of Chichester and beyond.

    Published 00:00 on 9 Mar 2022

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    In My View: People love People

    In My View Article February 2022 by Jon Trigg, Founder and Managing Director of Freedom Works, Director of the Chichester Chamber of Commerce and Industry People Love People People Love PeopleThe Chichester Community is Back! Last Wednesday I walked through Chichester market, and had lunch at The Barn with a friend. I then walked back to our Coworking space at Metro House. There was

    Published 14:01 on 21 Feb 2022

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    Chichester Festival Theatre - sponsorship spotlight on Wiley

    Chichester Festival Theatres forthcoming productions of John Patrick Shanleys Doubt (returning to the Festival Theatre for an extra week from 22 - 26 February after receiving rave reviews from critics and audiences) and Alecky Blythes Our Generation are generously sponsored by Wiley; an international publishing company, originally established in 1807, focusing on providing the knowledge seeker with academic and educational resources. Wiley develops bespoke digital content for career advancement and professional development, as well as cross-subject

    Published 11:13 on 8 Feb 2022

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    We've all been doing a lot more Direct to Consumer (D2C) shopping of late. And we must confess to some lockdown shopping discoveries at Flintlock that have got us thinking about why we've all got so hooked. Changing Habits Deloitte report that "... rapidly evolving technologies, consumer demographic shifts, changing consumer preferences, and economic uncertainty" are fuelling consumer habits to

    Published 00:00 on 2 Feb 2022

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    In My View: Is there still a need for Chambers of Commerce

    Paul Rolfe, Chair of Chichester Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Group Director responsible for Stakeholder Engagement at the Chichester College Group. I've been a member of Chichester Chamber of Commerce & Industry for many years and am proud to have recently been elected as Chair. Determined to do the role justice I set out a mandate to have conversations with as many members as possible to understand their key challenges and

    Published 15:41 on 31 Jan 2022

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    Chichester Canal announces calendar of 2022 events to celebrate its bicentennial anniversary

    To find out what's happening this year, click here . Several local organisations, including the Pallant Gallery, Novium and CFT are celebrating significant anniversaries this year. CDC has also launched "Culture Spark" to promote partnership working around the City.

    Published 15:45 on 25 Jan 2022

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    In My View: We are all up to the test

    The Omicron variant is the latest twist in the pandemic saga and has put the "return to normal" on hold and instantly had a detrimental effect upon the stock markets. Inflation is above predicted levels and the BBC report that a typical family of two adults and two children will need to spend an additional £1,700 per annum on basic household goods. Clearly, this is a challenging business environment but there are signs that all

    Published 09:25 on 9 Dec 2021

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    In My View: Volunteering

    As I come to the end of my 5 year tenure on the board of Chichester Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the last 2 of which were as Chair, it has led me to reflect somewhat on the power of volunteering. Everywhere I look and nearly everyone I speak to volunteers their time in some way, to organisations and causes that relate to their lives, value and philosophies. I really do believe that our

    Published 09:21 on 9 Dec 2021

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    In My View: Sarah Williams

    This is my first piece for the Observer. I was thinking about what idea I could offer to the business community of Chichester to get the collective brains whirring......then I stumbled on a quote from Jack Welch, recognised as one of the great business thought leaders of his generation "Someone, somewhere has a better idea." ~ Jack Welch. This sparked a train of thought around how many incredible ideas and innovations there are every

    Published 09:16 on 9 Dec 2021

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    In My View: There has never been a better time to take on an apprentice.

    2021 continues to be a challenging year for many local businesses, with coronavirus hitting Sussex especially hard due to the impact on Gatwick Airport and its associated supply chain. The effects of Brexit are also affecting businesses, often creating issues with the recruitment and retention of staff in many sectors in the region. Earlier this year Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer, announced a package of measures to support jobs in

    Published 09:14 on 9 Dec 2021

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