Interactive webinars to support business community

The Chamber of Commerce network is a powerful, collective force that is fighting for businesses of every size and sector across the UK at this difficult time. The Chamber network is embedded in business communities up and down the country and we are supporting and campaigning for our all members during the outbreak. We understand the challenges businesses are facing and we’re working around the clock to deliver the support and advice needed at this critical time.

As part of this work we are launching a series of interactive webinars to support the business community.  You’ll hear first-hand about the Coronavirus impact, experiences and best practice from our colleagues in Hong Kong and China, markets which are 8 weeks ahead of the UK. Or listen to our President, Sarah Howard, provide direct advice and support to executive-level Chamber colleagues across the UK on their Chamber’s response to the outbreak.

We are also launching a series of Q&As with our Director General, Dr. Adam Marshall, which will enable him to explain what action the British Chambers of Commerce is taking in Westminster to support its members across the UK and answer your questions on business impact and government support. 

Chamber of Commerce members are part of a powerful network – we have 53 Accredited Chambers of Commerce which represent 5.8 million employees across the UK. We are embedded in British business communities - every sector, every size, everywhere – and this unique position allows us to provide unparalleled insight to businesses and government stakeholders alike.


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