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The latest Scottish Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Indicator survey sees Scottish businesses displaying continued resilience, however, in an uncertain policy and business environment, the results show that expectations are weakening in some sectors.

ECONOMY RESILIENT BUT RECRUITMENT DIFFICULTIES AND PAY SETTLEMENTS SUGGEST WORKFORCE SKILLS REMAIN ON TOP OF BUSINESS AGENDA

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The Business Breakfast Club (October)

Thursday 25 October, 8:30 AM
Finsbay, 44 Main Street, Milngavie:

We are delighted to be launching the first of our Business Breakfast Clubs in East Dunbartonshire in partnership with Finsbay Cafe-Bar-Restaurant, Milngavie and Business Gateway East Dunbartonshire.

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Brewing Up Business: Budget Briefing and Tax Opportunities

Thursday 1 November, 1:00 PM
Strathleven House, Vale of Leven Industrial Estate, Dumbarton:

FREE EVENT Presented by Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Martin Aitken & Co. and SHBT 

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Golf Networking at The Carrick - November

Tuesday 20 November, 8:30 AM
The Carrick Golf & Spa Resort, , Arden:

A fantastic opportunity for Dunbartonshire Chamber Members to network and play a round on this spectacular golf course at Loch Lomond.

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Women In Business: Networking Seminar with Emma Armstrong of B-ABLE Business Services

Tuesday 27 November, 1:00 PM
Conference Room at B-ABLE Business Services, Alexander Street, Clydebank:

Emma Armstrong, “Scottish Women’s Awards Professional of the Year”, will provide a fascinating and inspirational insight into how she grew B-ABLE into a highly successful multi award-winning business. This event will launch Dunbartonshire Women in Business series of events in West Dunbartonshire.

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Brewing Up Business: Brexit Networking Seminar

Tuesday 27 November, 1:00 PM
Strathleven House, Vale of Leven Industrial Estate, Dumbarton:

FREE EVENT Presented by Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce in partnership with SHBT 

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Following a number of high profile data breaches including the recent issues with BA's system Chamber Member, Columbus UK, provide an insight into the ...

Emma Armstrong was recently announced as “Scottish Women’s Awards Professional of the Year”, after developing B-ABLE into a highly successful multi award-winning business.

Chamber members and directors joined hosts at Peel Ports, Clydeport for an opportunity to have a behind the scenes tour and lunch on board the Royal P ...

Scotland’s Food and Drink Sector is worth more than £13.5 billion annually and supports 115,000 jobs via 17,000 businesses. The drinks industry leads the way with Scotch whisky now accounting for more than 20% of all UK food and drink exports.

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I would highly recommend chamber membership to any Dunbartonshire business. The chamber works hard to make connections and generate profile for its members and SHBT have enjoyed a number of benefits over the years.

Elizabeth Mackay, SHBT

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