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Breakfast event “opened fantastic doors” for BHCC member The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home.

"I often find that I am avoided like a plague at most networking events as working for a charitable organisation means people often assume I’ll sign them up for some hideous charity event or produce a collection pot out of my bag to rattle under their noses!

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Looking for a Christmas party venue? New karaoke venue Lucky Voice is hosting a Christmas Showcase with free singing and festive treats.

The showcase evening will include:
•    Free singing for you and up to 7 friends in private karaoke rooms.
•    A complimentary Christmas cocktail (and wine and beer).
•    A tasty little mince pie.
•    A big helping of The Pogues.

Lucky Voice is offering 50% off room hire if you book your Christmas party before the end of September (applicable Sunday to Wednesday).

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Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce – Local Issues working group

Retailer survey results summary – July 2009

First of all thank you to all of you who responded to the survey.

We wanted to know how all our members in retail, in fact all the retailers in the Brighton & Hove area, are faring at the moment. Particularly to find out what is working for their businesses and what is not.

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Our recent State of the City event attracted over a hundred people to the Sallis Benney Theatre on the 23rd of June. Thanks to another high calibre panel, chairing flair by Roger French, and a lively and engaged audience, it was once again a thought-provoking evening.

We began with a presentation from Tony Mernagh which told us how things are with our city currently, and we discovered that Brighton & Hove is faring well against national statistics of retail sales, vacancy rates and footfall.

Our panelists were:

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Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce is organising its third annual State of the City event, to be held at 5.45pm on 23rd June at the Sallis Benney Theatre.

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BHCC Local Issues Group -- retail survey

We would like to know how all our members in retail, in fact all the retailers in the Brighton & Hove area, are faring at the moment. Particularly we'd like to find out what is working for their businesses and what is not. So that we can then feed back the best retail practices to the retailers in Brighton & Hove. We'd also like to find out where the Chamber can best help out too.

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Photo: Far left Florence Bowman and far right Mary Carruthers from
Sussex Community Foundation, plus Carolyn Dando from American Express
(left) handing cheque to Chrissy Thom and clients of The Clocktower
Sanctuary.


Sussex Community Foundation
recently celebrated giving out a total of £1million in grants with the handover of a £5,000 donation to Clock Tower Sanctuary in Brighton, on behalf of American Express.

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Photo: Julie Stanford, President, Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commerce and Ted Kemble, Councillor for Enterprise, Brighton & Hove City Council launch the Business Lifebelt package.


Click on any of the events below to find out more about a specific Business Lifebelt event:

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This Friday, February 13th, Conservative leader David Cameron will be coming to the Old Market in Hove to answer your questions.

The event runs from 6:30pm and lasts for an hour.  The event is free and open to all local residents, but advance booking is essential.

Email camerondirect@kemptownca.co.uk or call 01273 358300 and leave your full name, telephone number and postcode.

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