Working with Essex Chambers of Commerce

Posted on: April 18, 2020

Businesses across Essex are coming forward to offer their much-needed services during the Coronavirus crisis.

The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (PFCC) for Essex is bringing together partners across the county to ensure a wide range of urgent needs are met.

The work is ensuring aid is being given quickly and businesses are gaining access to new opportunities to help them to stay afloat – or giving their time and resources for free.

The PFCC is working to match the needs established by the Essex Resilience Forum with the business solutions found via Essex Chambers of Commerce members.

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