10 New Members join HHBA this March

We are delighted to announce our new members that have recently joined the HHBA business community. Please take a look at our Members Directory or visit their website for more details about their business and how to make contact with them. Adelphi Group of Companies  https://hhba.co.uk/members-directory/adelphi-group-of-companies/ Wills In Plain English Limited https://hhba.co.uk/members-directory/wills-in-plain-english-ltd/ University of Brighton – RISE project https://hhba.co.uk/members-directory/rise-research-and-innovation-sussex-excellence-university-of-brighton/ Branding Box Giada …

Wills in Plain English Ltd

New HHBA member Wills in Plain English Ltd specialise in making the whole process of writing your will and safeguarding your family’s future as simple and straightforward as possible. With personal service and professional support, we will walk you through the whole process from an initial confidential conversation about what you need to consider, to taking your instructions and then drawing …

How can you make better use of Teams

Microsoft Teams has taken the productivity world by storm. That’s because it’s so much more than just a chat app. The true power of Teams lies in its integration with the rest of Microsoft 365, and its emergence as a one-stop-shop collaboration hub. As businesses across the country have made the move to hybrid work, technology should empower employees to …

The Hop Sun Tap is Hiring!

We’re going through a period of expansion. Having opened our doors just over six months ago, we are now looking to add new members to our bar team. Please see our website for details: https://www.thehopsuntap.co.uk/post/the-hop-sun-tap-is-hiring

New programme to help West Sussex tourism and hospitality bounce back

The West Sussex visitor economy shrank by 50% compared to 2019, with a loss of £1 billion of visitor spend since the pandemic struck in 2020. Our new RISE programme aims to boost local tourism and hospitality by supporting the development of innovation in this important business sector. The Horizons: Innovation in Tourism and Hospitality programme – part of the Research, Innovation …

Local Business Awarded For Boosting Flexibility In The Workplace

The pandemic has had an extraordinary impact on how we work and now specialist flexible recruitment consultants, Flexibility Matters, have been awarded “New Business Of The Year” at the Gatwick Diamond Business Awards 2022, for their work helping individuals and businesses to thrive flexibly. Marcus Atkinson, External Engagement Manager at The University of Sussex Business School, which sponsored the award, comments, …

Government News and Updates

Mims Davies office have sent the following Government updates, please read the full details below. Update on the P87 form Moving to a single UK customs platform 6 OGELS Have been updated Message from DIT re Ukraine

Employee Benefits Of Working Remotely Or Flexibly

The work revolution brought about by Covid, giving rise to hybrid working or remote working, has also seen the emergence of the new type of employee. Men and women all over the UK and abroad are fighting for their rights to work remotely or flexibly. A recent study by Leadership-IQ found that 59% of employees say their work-life balance improves …

Small local Charities Need Treasurers

HHBA member Tony Pearson is assisting local Scout Groups in Haywards Heath currently looking for Treasurers. The role would probably take less than two hours a week and can be done in evenings etc. to suit your other commitments. No accounting experience would be required as most use spreadsheets, which are sent to others to complete the accounts at the …

Hackers Exploit a Critical Chrome and Edge Vulnerability, Update Now to Fix It

Both Google and Microsoft are pushing emergency updates to patch a critical vulnerability in their browsers. Hackers are actively exploiting this vulnerability, which allows for remote code execution within the V8 Javascript engine. We suggest that you update Chrome and Edge immediately to avoid the problem. This vulnerability, called CVE-2022-1096, was reported to Google by an anonymous user or researcher. It appears to …