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Norfolk Chambers of Commerce offers its support to businesses which may be affected by coronavirus

Norfolk Chambers of Commerce is reaching out to businesses to reassure them that they will be on hand to offer their full support during the coronavirus crisis.

Its CEO Chris Sargisson said that the organisation would be keeping people updated with all the latest information and refer people to a range of business solutions.

He said: "Norfolk Chambers team will remain available to you and continues to connect, support and give voice to every business in Norfolk."

Chris Sargisson, CEO of Norfolk Chambers of Commerce (29536465)
Chris Sargisson, CEO of Norfolk Chambers of Commerce (29536465)

Norfolk Chambers members receive access to free HR, legal, tax and health and safety advice – much of which may be relevant during the current COVID-19 situation. For more information members can send an email to hello@norfolkchambers.co.uk or use a live-chat facility on its website during working hours. ·

It has decided to postpone all events and training courses until the end of April and will reconsider its position at this point.

All of its communications channels remain open to support members who can access further information on its website www.norfolkchamber.co.uk and on its social media platforms or by calling 01603 625977. ·

The Chambers are inviting members to give feedback on how Covid-19 is impacting businesses and also suggestions of what the Government could do to help in the meantime. Contact Nova Fairbank by sending an email to nova.fairbank@norfolkchambers.co.uk or 01603 729713.

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