Importance of chambers of commerce and business improvement districts to recovery is outlined in Bury St Edmunds

Amanda Ankin, client services manager with the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Anthony Hilton, senior business columnist for The Evening Standard,  Mike Spicer, head of research for The British Chambers of Commerce and  Mark Cordell, chief executive of Bid4Bury

Amanda Ankin, client services manager with the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Anthony Hilton, senior business columnist for The Evening Standard, Mike Spicer, head of research for The British Chambers of Commerce and Mark Cordell, chief executive of Bid4Bury

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The head of research at the British Chambers of Commerce was speaker at a joint Suffolk Chamber of Commerce and Bid4Bury lunch in Bury St Edmunds.

Mike Spicer, said: “In order to grow, businesses need an enterprise friendly environment, with more local funding and support.

“Businesses need to be working closely with local chambers of commerce and business improvement districts to ensure funding is being used to shape the needs of local businesses and limit barriers to growth.”

The business lunch took place at The Angel Hotel earlier this month.