Nearly half of small business owners and managing directors (47 per cent) faced payment issues due to the impact of unfair payment practices by their buyers, according to new survey findings from engineering services trade bodies ECA and BESA.
Two outstanding individuals from the fire, emergency and security industry have been recognised by the Fire & Security Association (FSA) for changing the sector for the better at this year’s IFSEC Awards.
The fire, emergency and security systems industry is being urged to nominate outstanding individuals, who have changed the sector for the better, for this year’s FSA Awards.
Entries are now open for this year’s ECA Edmundson Apprentice of the Year Award, which aims to showcase the very best talent across ECA’s member businesses.
BESA and ECA issue five-point plan ahead of Budget on Wednesday 22 November
With the Autumn Budget due to be announced in just three weeks time, the ECA and the BESA have called on Chancellor Philip Hammond MP to take action to support small and medium sized businesses in the constructi
ECA Leading trade body announces moves to newly refurbished HQ
Leading electrotechnical and engineering services trade body ECA yesterday (Monday 6 November) moved into a new ‘industry hub’ near Tower Bridge, London.
A renowned Welsh businessman in building services engineering claims the Brexit vote will likely not have a detrimental effect on the building services sector in the UK and encourages stability through the initial period following the Leave campaign victory. Dave Kieft, director and co-owner of
Trade bodies seek action on red tape, energy storage and digital payment In advance of next week’s Budget, the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) and the Building Engineering Services Association (the BESA) have issued a joint statement on a number of the key issues affect
Leading building services trade bodies provide joint health and safety regional events A series of four practical ‘Health and Safety Focus Forums’ have been launched by the two leading building services trade bodies, the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) and the Building Engineering Servi