Business & Trade Organizations in UK

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The Gin & Vodka Association01722 415892
The WSTA is the UK organisation for the wine and spirit industry representing over 310 firms producing, importing, transporting and selling wines and spirits. We campaign to promote the industry's interests with governments at home and abroad. We work with our members to promote the responsible production, marketing and sale of alcohol. Promotes the industry with a strong voice in trade and national media. Works with members to evolve and promote industry social responsibility initiatives.www.wsta.co.uk
South West EnglandWiltshireSalisburySP1 1EY   22 Queen Street
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Scottish Opto Electronics Association01506 497228
The Scottish Optoelectronics Association (SOA) was started in October 1994 with the aim of stimulating economic growth in Scotland through the knowledge, manufacture and application of Optoelectronics. Over 85 organisations have become members of the Association since its launch comprising firms, universities and research organisations all of whom have an interest in developing the optoelectronics industry in Scotland.www.optoelectronics.org.uk
ScotlandWest LothianLivingstonEH54 6GU   Kirkton N
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National Union Of Rail Maritime & Transport Workers020 73874771
RMT is a progressive, democratic and highly professional trade union, a fast growing union with more than 80, 000 members from almost every sector of the transport industry - from the mainline and underground railways, shipping and offshore, buses and road freight. Protecting and bettering our members' pay and conditions is the key RMT objective.www.rmt.org.uk
LondonNW1 1JD   39 Chalton Street
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Scottish Tourism Forum0131 220 6321
Our priority is to make a meaningful contribution to the improvement of Scotland's international competitiveness and business performance. Success in achieving our goals and will result in a stronger Scottish tourism product, which in turn adds business and value to members' products. There are 20, 000 tourism businesses through the country, generating J4. 2 billion value to Scotland p.a. With plans to increase by 50% by 2015. Over 215, 000 people are employed within the industry, more than 8% ofwww.stforum.co.uk
ScotlandEdinburghEdinburghEH3   29 Drumsheugh Gardens
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Cadia(01293) 440088
Since forming over fifty years ago, The Gatwick Diamond Business Association (Cadia) has been the leading voice for business and commerce in Sussex and Surrey. Representing prominent firms and organisations throughout Sussex and Surrey, we supply a united voice for businesses and organisations to influence Local and Central Government issues. Cadia is a firm limited by guarantee, run by the members for the members. It is financially and politically independent.www.cadia.org.uk
South East EnglandWest SussexCrawleyRH10 1TG   Spindle Way International Ctr
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Wolverhampton Teachers Association - Trade Union in Wolverhampton01902 429591
The Labour government has continued its cuts to the public sector. Its workers' have continue to be faced with real term pay cuts and resentment increases. Our role is to support action taken by public service unions and to aid promote and co-ordinate their actions. We organise public rallies and petitioning to build support for industrial action as appropriate. We can assist in building for national demonstrations and co-ordinating coaches.www.wolvestuc.org.uk
West MidlandsWest MidlandsWolverhamptonWV2 4NE   Pool Street
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Federation Of Master Builders - Trade Association in Southport(01704) 530201
The FMB is a trade association founded over sixty years ago to protect the interests of medium and tiny-sized building companies - today it is the biggest trade association in the UK building industry. The FMB is a source of experience, professional support and advice for its members, delivering a array of modern and relevant business building services to save them money and time. The FMB is independent and non-profit-making, lobbying continuously for members' interests at both regional and nationalwww.fmb.org.uk
North West EnglandMerseysideSouthportPR8 1LG   72 King St
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Ucatt(0151) 228 8455
UCATT is the UK's only trade union specialising in construction. With 125, 000 members spread throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. UCATT organises building workers in the Republic of Ireland. We're at the forefront of negotiations concerning your pay, terms and conditions of employment with your employer.www.ucatt.info
North West EnglandMerseysideLiverpoolL13 6QR   56 Derwent Rd E
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Community - Trade Union in Oldham0161 624 9749
Community understands that work in the 21st century has been transformed. Work now requires longer hours for less pay and less job security and tiny changes in take-home pay can have big consequences for the family budget. To adapt to this new world of work, a new kind of Trade Union is needed. One that is tailored to protect workers' rights and entitlements in the workplace while building stronger communities and involving local neighborhoods.www.community-tu.org
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterOldhamOL2 6HT   7 Salmon Fields Business Village
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Country Land & Business Association - Business Association in London020 7253 0511
The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) is the membership organisation for owners of land, property and businesses in rural England and Wales. We speak for everyone who believes in a living and working countryside. Through the knowledge and experience of members and team, we promote our members interests and influence decision makers to ensure the positive development of the rural economy. CLA specialists lobby continuously at EU, national and local level in the interests of our members ensuringwww.cla.org.uk
LondonSW1X 8PQ   16 Belgrave Square
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