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

Annual Conference 2020

The 2020 BCC Annual Conference took place on March 5 at the QEII Centre, London.

The Annual Conference was a must-attend event for business leaders and an opportunity to network with people from all sectors. The day was filled with informative speakers and engaging panellists as we discussed the key issues facing business in the UK.

Chamber Business Awards

We have taken the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Chamber Business Awards, due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

International Trade Summit

Thank you for joining us at the 2019 International Trade Summit.

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