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Events

BCC's calendar of events support and celebrate British business

Our aim is to celebrate the strength and success of business across the UK. BCC events provide businesses with opportunities to connect with potential customers, peers and parliamentarians.

In addition, your local Chamber runs events throughout the year allowing you to connect and network with other companies, showcase your business and keep up-to-date with the latest news, issues and sector insight.

BCC Events

Chamber Business Awards

Global Annual Conference

The British Chambers of Commerce flagship Annual Conference is one of the main events in the business calendar, with the 2021 Conference taking place on 16 and 17 June.

International Trade Summit


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