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Thu 07 December

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Thu 10 May

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Thu 21 June

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CIAS1Hundreds flock to check out all the opportunity on our doorstep

Business honchos, jobseekers and travel-lovers flocked to Stansted Airport's Diamond Hangar for the third staging of Check-in@Stansted.

The business, careers and tourism fair last Thursday (June 23) saw 565 visitors clicked through the doors.

They enjoyed a range of attractions, from fire and rescue vehicles and the luxury catering of award-winning chef Michael Binnington to fun photo booths and a seminar by TV presenter Jeff Brazier.

Some 60 exhibitors were made up of companies from across Hertfordshire, Essex and Cambridge.

Amongst the venue's executive jets were Mantle Business Centres, Saffron Apparel Ltd, Harrods Aviation, Premier Travel, Mercedes-Benz and Qatar Cargo.

An award for the best dressed stand went to Dunmow's Rose Garden Florist.

The free event was arranged by Stansted Airport Chamber of Commerce and the Sowerby Group, with students from Harlow College assisting on the day.

Sponsors included Stansted Airport, Uttlesford District Council, Diamond Hangar and the Herts & Essex Observer.

The exhibition was branded as a place where 'business has no boundaries' and featured speed networking opportunities throughout the day, as well as the first ever Uttlesford District Council Business Zone.

One of the big hits was a seminar for business owners and managers given by life coach Jeff Brazier, who is also known for being a presenter on The Hub section of ITV's This Morning.

The discussion focused on increasing positivity, confidence and happiness in the workplace and was described as "refreshing, inspiring and very motivational".

See the promo video here...

Thoughts of the organisers are already turning to next year after a raft of positive feedback from those involved.

"I thought it was fantastic," said Jo Hart, of Mantle Business Centres. "We got some great contacts from the day and will be busy following up with these in the next week."

Colin Kitchener, of Integral Promotions, said the fair felt "like Olympia".

"It is a definite must to attend again next year," he added.

Maria Teer, of SFB Consulting, said: "We found the exhibition went really well considering the weather and also with it being the day of the [EU referendum] vote. I have arranged a few meetings with potential clients."

Read full article by Michael Jarvis, Herts & Esssex Observer.....

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Welcome New Chamber Members!

Please join me in welcoming our NEW members of the Stansted Airport Chamber of Commerce!

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The Hotel is located in 150 acres of idyllic Hertfordshire countryside, yet is within easy reach of major motorways and airports and offers free on-site parking for 200 cars. Stansted Airport is approximately 10 minutes’ drive from this beautifully restored Georgian Manor House.

The stunning architecture and picturesque grounds provide a backdrop for your special day and make the Manor of Groves an ideal wedding venue. The Hotel offers a choice of banqueting rooms, plus two outside Gazebos, which are licensed for wedding ceremonies. For wedding receptions, the Manor Suite with its beautiful glass conservatory overlooking the Oriental Garden can cater for up to 400 guests. The Colonnade Room, with its Georgian elegance, overlooking the garden and Golf Course can accommodate up to 120. Website

 

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Close to Stansted Airport, Great Hallingbury is a traditional tudor style Manor with a contemporary interior. Set in the beautiful countryside location of Essex and Hertfordshire borders, our hotel is ideally placed just minutes from Stansted airport and a short drive from Bishop’s Stortford.

The Perfect Venue whatever the Event

Boutique style and elegant with stunning surroundings, Great Hallingbury Manor is an ideal location for weddings, corporate events, overnight business travel, romantic getaways, golf weekends, frequent flyers and residential guests.  Website

 

 Pellys RJP  

Pellys RJP are a full service law Firm covering all aspects of corporate and personal law. We are rightly proud of our reputation and history as a client service focused law firm ... but what is history if we can't learn from it?... Our History has lead us to where we are today, a Law Firm for Today, certainly, but also a Law Firm for Tomorrow. The next generation.  Read more

 

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SRL Publishing is a brand new book publishers based in Hertfordshire, giving 'unknown’ authors the chance to achieve something from their bucket list by having their name on the front of a printed book.

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HONEST – EXPERT – FRIENDLY

Nexus is dedicated to providing expert and professional computer services to local business and home users at realistic prices. Our highly experienced and trained engineers will provide you with outstanding service.

Our advice is always honest, independent and in your best interests. We believe that your IT system is a set of tools to help you do the things you want to do. It should be easy to use, effective, good value and above all reliable.  Read more

 

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Hand in hand we care

St Clare Hospice is a local charity and each year we care for hundreds of people across West Essex and the East Hertfordshire border. We provide free, compassionate care and support to adults with life-limiting illnesses, their families and carers 

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ENABLING CLIENTS COMPETITIVE GROWTH THROUGH EXCELLENCE IN IT SYSTEMS, SOLUTIONS & SUPPORT

Making use of the most trusted brands in the industry and forming strong relationships with key vendors they ensured that Force36 engineers gained access to the best possible resources to meet the primary goal of delivering robust, scalable systems to meet the needs of their business clients.

In the years that followed, Force36 Limited has been become a trusted partner to a wide variety of customers in many market verticals, from automotive and publishing to catering and retail… to name but a few.  Read more

 

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Support 4 Sight – Making a difference in Essex

Support 4 Sight is a registered charity that provides practical and emotional support to visually impaired local people in Essex.  We engender social value in our local community by supporting visually impaired people.

We also have a trading arm which supplies top quality visual impairment awareness training and disability awareness training as well as a number of other products.  

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CIAS Logo RGBCheck-in @ Stansted, the only B2B exhibition to take place at London Stansted Airport within the unique and highly impressive Diamond Hangar on Thursday 23rd June 2016, has confirmed that Secret Diners Club which offers affordable, luxury catering operated by Lydia Cole and her partner Michael, a Michelin award-winning chef with 17 years’ experience in the industry, is set to cater for the VIP lunch at this year’s event.

chefChef Michael Binnington has worked in some of the country’s top Michelin starred restaurants and hotels including The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Knightsbridge, Midsummer House in Cambridge and Chapter One in Kent, and has seen him cook for some very high profile guests including royalty.

The team at Check-in look forward to welcoming Secret Diners on the day along with the VIP guests who will be sampling the food that they have to offer!

Also at the fair, exhibitors and sponsors will have the chance to buy and sample foods from around the world courtesy of Premier Crew Hospitality.

Owner Naomi Pitt Roche said: "Premier Crew Hospitality is excited to be providing the food and drink for the third year running at Check-in@Stansted.

"This year we'll be tempting visitors and exhibitors with delicious street food dishes from a variety of Stansted's popular destinations, including paella from Spain, pizza from Italy, bratwurst from Germany, chips with mayonnaise from Holland, hog roast rolls from right here at home and tacos from Stansted's new destination – Mexico.

"Where do you fancy being transported to during your lunch break?" 

Among other attractions at the exhibition will be Host Your Party, a Matching Green business that offers specialist mobile event services including a bespoke bar, VW Beetle photobooth hire, VW cocktail bar and LED poseur hire.   Read more...

 

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magsmallLondon Stansted Airport today expressed disappointment after Network Rail published scaled back plans for short term improvements to journey times and reliability on the mainline to the airport and Cambridge.

Bosses at the airport believe the proposals fall a long way short of what passengers and the region deserve and that they again ignore recommendations from the Airports Commission for urgent action.

Nearly a year after it was first due to be published, the Anglia Route Study - which provides the blueprint for the railway in the East of England up to the 2040s - has suggested journey times savings of between 2 to 5 minutes could be achieved on the mainline to Stansted and Cambridge but only if new rolling stock is made available in the next rail franchise.

The airport had been working in partnership with Network Rail on a proposal to reduce journey times to Stansted to around 40 minutes over the next five years which would also lead to improvements for commuters in Cambridge, Bishop’s Stortford and Harlow. 

Managing Director, Andrew Harrison said:

“Network Rail's plans for the West Anglia Main Line to London Stansted Airport and Cambridge fall a long way short of what passengers, commuters and businesses on the line deserve.

“The plans still do not provide an adequate solution to the Airports Commission's recommendation for urgent action to improve rail services to Stansted in the short term, and they do not address the issues that passengers face now - day in, day out - in terms of journey times and reliability.

“The suggestion by Network Rail of a two minute saving to Stansted is derisory when our own work shows that a much greater reduction in journey times could be achieved in the short term, paid for by the additional fares from more passengers using faster trains.

“Short term improvements would provide an important boost to Stansted, and help sustain the Eastern region's recent strong economic growth."

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