Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, responds to the announcement that Theresa May will step down as Prime Minister.
The BCC sits at the heart of a unique network of Chambers of Commerce in every region, and nation, of the UK, serving local business communities for over 150 years.
Do you know how to meet customs requirements fast and efficiently after the UK leaves the EU? There will be new processes to follow and new forms to complete.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Global Business Network is a dynamic and independent network of Accredited Chambers of Commerce in every region of the UK, with representation in key markets around the world.
Working together, we help firms of all sizes to achieve more. We believe it’s our relationships with others that lead us to achieve goals beyond those we could ever achieve alone. We’re the only organisation that helps British businesses to build relationships on every level. Across our network, we can connect your business locally, nationally and internationally, with other businesses, with decision-makers and with opportunities. We’re also a respected voice for business.
Our opinions are regularly sought by policymakers and parliamentarians and we’ve been helping to shape the UK’s business agenda for more than 150 years. The Chamber network sits at the heart of local business communities in every part of the UK, helping businesses of every size and sector to thrive.
We help businesses to connect, succeed and grow.
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The Chamber Network is primarily focused on assessing the practicalities of Brexit for business communities across the UK and helping them to prepare.
Businesses across the UK should be planning for the challenges and opportunities ahead. Learn how Chambers of Commerce can help you understand the latest in the Brexit process and prepare for the future.
BCC and the Accredited Chamber of Commerce Network has been helping British businesses to trade with the world for more than 150 years.
More UK exporters are reporting a decrease in orders in the opening quarter of the year, with cashflow and confidence dipping too according to the latest Quarterly International Trade Outlook from the British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with DHL.
Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce comments on the inflation statistics for April 2019, published today by the Office for National Statistics.