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Perthshire Chamber of Commerce is one of the country's most active and effecitve business membership organisations.

Part of a global network and connected to key regional and national decision-makers, we are the voice of local business. Whatever your size, sector or location, we can provide you with the contacts, advice and insight to help your business grow and succeed.

From start-up businesses to established ventures, companies based in a city or rural location, local self-employed traders or major players trading internationally, we know business inside out. We're also helping bring business and education closer together so the workforce of tomorrow has the skills you need.

We offer a successful programme of social and corporate events to network, share best practice, and access training and support services. Find out how we can make a difference for your business.

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Rosebank projected to provide £6.3 billion of investment to the UK
The Equinor-operated Rosebank oil and gas field will provide significant investment into the UK. According to a socioeconomic study by Wood Mackenzie and VOR Energy, Rosebank is estimated to create ...

Breaking: Felixstowe port workers to strike for eight days from August
Dockers at the UK’s largest container port have voted overwhelmingly to strike after they were offered a below-inflation pay rise, with action planned for 21st August in the latest blow to efforts ...

Bank of England warns the UK will fall into recession this year
Two indicators slowdown already under way after Bank of England warns of 15-month recession Just a day after the Bank of England warned of a 15-month recession, there are signs ...

UK new car sales fell 9% in July as supply chain problems continue
Sales of new cars in the UK fell by nearly a 10th in July because of supply chain problems, forcing the industry body to cut its full-year forecast even though it expects chip shortages to ease in ...

Energy bills to change every three months to avoid price shocks
Household energy bills will change every three months under new plans aimed at avoiding price shocks. Currently, the price cap - the maximum amount suppliers can charge their customers in England, ...

Liz Cameron: Next Prime Minister must put UK economic growth at heart of agenda
In just under a month’s time, the UK will have a new Prime Minister. Much of the Conservative Party leadership contest has focused on the UK economy which faces great uncertainty with businesses ...

UK interest rates see biggest rise in 27 years
The Bank of England has hiked interest rates by the most in 27 years and warned the UK will fall into recession. Interest rates rose to 1.75% as the Bank battles to stem soaring prices, with ...

Training to help safeguard organisations from cyber attacks
A £500,000 contract to extend cyber resilience training to more than 250 organisations across the country has been awarded by the Scottish Government. The grant will enable the Scottish Business ...

Thousands of small firms go bust owing millions in bounce back Covid loans
More than 16,000 businesses which took out a type of government-backed Covid loan have gone bust without paying the money back, the BBC has found. Hundreds of directors, who got loans they were not ...

Cost of filling a tank falls by £5 in July
The price of petrol fell in July, knocking nearly £5 off the cost of filling a tank, according to the RAC. Average petrol prices dropped by nearly 9p over the month to 182.69p per litre, while ...

Brown-Forman to invest £30m in GlenDronach Distillery
US spirits giant Brown-Forman is to invest more than £30m in its GlenDronach Distillery in Aberdeenshire. The company said the investment would more than double its capacity, enabling it to meet ...

Scotland at Hannover Messe Expo
Scotland’s renewable energy and hydrogen sectors are to be showcased at a major international trade fair. Scottish Development International has confirmed it will lead Scotland’s presence at the ...

House prices climb 11% despite cost of living squeeze
House prices are continuing to rise despite the growing cost of living crisis. The Nationwide said prices climbed 11% in the last 12 months, although the rise over the last month was just ...

Warning winter energy bills to rise higher than expected
Typical domestic energy bills could hit more than £3,600 a year this winter, according to a new forecast. Consultancy Cornwall Insight said the typical gas and electricity bill in England, Wales ...

UK Government pays UK banks £352m to cover covid loan defaults
UK banks have made initial claims worth £352mn from the government to cover losses on one of its flagship state-backed Covid-19 loan schemes, after recording default rates as high as 25%. Banks in ...

Fuel tax cut in UK among lowest in Europe, RAC says
The UK has given some of the least generous support to help drivers with high fuel costs among countries in Europe that have taken action, the RAC has said. The motoring group said that out of 13 ...

Mortgage affordability test scrapped by Bank of England
Mortgage borrowing rules have been eased after the Bank of England scrapped an affordability test. The "stress test" forced lenders to calculate whether potential borrowers would be able to cope if ...

Edinburgh's short-term lets control plan approved by ministers
Proposals aimed at limiting the number of Airbnb-style lets in Edinburgh have been approved by Scottish ministers. The city council had asked for permission to establish the country's first ...

British Airways parent IAG posts first profit since pandemic struck
The owner of British Airways has returned to profit for the first time since the start of the pandemic, as the scaling up of travel generated “acute” operational challenges within the industry ...

China signals it could miss economic growth target
China has signalled that it may miss its annual economic growth target, as Covid restrictions weigh on the world's second largest economy. On Thursday, the Politburo - the ruling Communist Party's ...

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