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Why Westwood Rocks

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Shortly after finishing her A-levels, Lauren Westwood headed off around the world on a gap year. It proved to be a life-changing trip, inspiring a ‘light bulb’ moment that has seen Lauren become one of Surrey’s most successful young businesswomen. …

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Budget 2011: after the dust settled

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The spin has spun and the fast-talking is done. So, two days on, what’s the feeling about Wednesday’s Budget? Most commentators agree that, overall, it was definitely a Budget for small businesses. Particularly when it comes to encouraging growth. However, …

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Budget 2011: A Budget for small business?

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As the dust starts to settle after yesterday’s flurry of Budget announcements, it’s time to take stock and ask: does Budget 2011 work for small business? Yesterday’s Budget speech from Chancellor George Osborne was much awaited and widely watched by …

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Free help with your export business is what we’re here for…

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Membership Support Executive, Amanda Hutchison, works hard at Surrey Chambers of Commerce, supporting Surrey businesses with all their export enquiries. Amanda took time out of her busy schedule to tell us more about her work, and how Surrey Chambers of …

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Painting the town yellow: DHL at Canary Wharf

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Our Next Day Documents Service helps everyone from small businesses to big multinational corporations get their important documents to the US on time. To celebrate the hard work our Next Day team are doing, we decided to paint the town …

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Cross-cultural communication in international trade

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In a recent survey carried out by UKTI, nearly half of all businesses identified talking with potential international customers as one of the biggest challenges they face in international trade. Unsurprising perhaps: good cross-cultural communication is crucial if you’re going …

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