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May's In Business Magazine

DNCC members and other businesses can raise their profile in the May edition of In Business, the Chamber's magazine.April In Business cover

A number of advertising and editorial opportunities are available in sections including:

The Bioscience issue
Focus: It employs almost 150,000 people, accounts for seven per cent of the region’s total economic output and is one of the fastest growing sectors in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. In Business takes a closer look at this key sector, its biggest players and the significant contribution it makes to the local economy each year.

Big interview
Editor Jon Smart talks to Dr Darren Clarke, Chief Executive Officer of Medilink East Midlands, the industry support organisation for healthcare and bioscience companies based in the region.

Politics
Aviation - passenger duty places UK at disadvantage - Britain needs a proper aviation strategy – arguments for and against increased capacity at East Midlands Airport

Employment
The claimant count was down year on year in February, is it the trend, how apprenticeships can help and see the latest developments in the Notts Post 300-in-100 campaign

Special feature
Conferencing and events – is the market saturated or is demand outstripping supply, what are people holding conferences about, what are the weirdest conferences in the area?

PLUS: A round-up of members’ and Chamber news, business support, events diary and training opportunities.

To submit editorial copy email approx 200 relevant words plus photo with caption to ibsns@ncc.knuiesdc.ou no later than 5pm Monday 15 April 2013.
To take advantage of preferential rates for advertising for DNCC members, contact John Hill on 0115 944 2344 or email mi@rdaeulsigc.kalbagtpbihn.ou for a rate card.

Booking deadline 5pm Monday 22 April 2013.
Publication date 10 May 2013.

Looking forward to June: Focus: e-Business, how has technology changed the workplace, is the world as smaller place, advantages and pitfalls of the virtual world

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