Homeworking: Another front in the battle against regional and social inequality

Knowledge: Arlen Pettitt, North East England Chamber of Commerce knowledge development manager, looks at the rise of homeworking amid the COVID-19 crisis and how, behind the stories of workers pivoting their daily lives, stands a story of inequality that must be addressed

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Seizing the opportunities to secure fresh growth

Influence: Jonathan Walker, North East England Chamber of Commerce assistant director – policy, urges the Government to create a level playing field for economic recovery and subsequent growth in the post-COVID-19 period, and calls for the region’s business community to learn from past experiences and take new opportunities to succeed

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Learning lessons to give business the best chance of Brexit success

Connectivity: With the business world continuing to adapt and flex operations against the enduring COVID-19 pandemic, Jack Simpson, North East England Chamber of Commerce global network training and network adviser, looks at how the virus has changed international trade and calls on the Government to use lessons learned from the disease to help shape future Brexit policy

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