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Welcome to the Chamber blog, where if you’re a member you can share your industry expertise, opinions, achievements or news with an extensive online audience. We welcome ideas on blogs and articles on all sorts of business related topics and remember that once published they’re highlighted on our Facebook and Twitter pages, too, giving your business maximum exposure.

If you’d like to contribute a blog, please get in touch.

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Specialist patent and trade mark attorneys Dehns share how to go about picking and protecting your trade mark. 

My last blog explained what trade marks are and why they are important for all businesses. Here are some tips concerning how to pick the right trade marks and ensure they are adequately protected.

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Mixed-use developer First Base has submitted a planning application in partnership with Patron Capital for the £100 million redevelopment of the former Amex House site on Edward Street, Brighton, and is calling for support for the plans.

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When you’re setting up a business, it is important to decide on a structure that is most suitable for you. For those already in business, it may be advisable to consider changing your business structure in line with your circumstances.

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The Chamber of Commerce is suits, ties and agendas. It’s stuffy boardrooms and superficial light; elevator pitches and slipping cards into wallets before moving on to the next juicy bite. The Chamber of Commerce is for serious business people, seriously engaging in serious business.

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Lucy Paine, Catalyst Programme Manager at the Sussex Innovation Centre, came to the Brighton Chamber Big Debate: Are we doing enough to prepare for future skills? on 2 May. She shares  the key themes that resonated with her from the debate. 

We live in an amazing city, on the beach but only an hour from London which each year brings new people looking for a different lifestyle and workstyle.  

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Brighton Chamber recently held the Big Debate, which was focused around the future of work, and whether enough is being done to meet our future skills needs. Our co-sponsors for the evening were Brighton & Hove 2030 Vision, who are currently in the process of examining areas such as housing, work, travel and our changing population, in order to create a vision of a better Brighton for 2030. Brighton Council’s Head of Policy Partnerships and Scrutiny, Simon Newell, discusses how this will be achieved.

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Rachel Stone, Catalyst Team member, shares her insights on joining a unique graduate scheme and her work with Brighton Chamber, all in a year after leaving university.

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On Wednesday 2 May, Brighton Chamber will be hosting the Big Debate. This event is free, open to everyone and a great opportunity to hear from influencers on interesting and controversial topics. This time, the topic is: ‘Future of work: Are we doing enough about future skills?’

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Our breakfast sponsors, Hartley Fowler, share their top tips for getting the bank on board with your Start Up business. 

When you’re starting a business you are likely to need to find a way to raise finance for things like premises, equipment, insurance, legal and professional fees and wages.

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