BCC's Head of Economics and Trade, Suren Thiru, discusses why registering for an EORI number is so important for UK firms that currently trade with the EU.
Are employers really switched onto wellbeing? BCC and the Chamber Network have been working with Aviva to host a series of roundtable events aimed at answering a very big question – what do employers really think about wellbeing?
Dell Small Business are proud sponsors of the 2019 Best Use of Technology Chamber Business Award Category. This week they write about The Future of Work and explore how emerging technologies and demographic changes are impacting work and the way it is done.
This is a guest blog post from Indeed. Indeed is the #1 job site in the world1 with over 250 million unique visitors2 every month. Indeed strives to put jobseekers first, giving them free access to search for jobs, post CVs, and research companies. Every day, Indeed connect millions of people to new opportunities. Visit the Indeed blog for data trends, insights and tips for employers.
Staff from Chambers of Commerce across the country gathered this week to attend the Buckingham Palace Garden Party to celebrate their work and contribution to the Network.
Andrew Mitchell CMG, HM's Trade Commissioner for Europe writes for the BCC website about his priorities for the region and how he and his team are working with members of the Global Business Network to realise objectives of mutual interest.
Nigel Wilson, Group Chief Executive of Legal & General, discusses the four areas that need to be addressed to help boost infrastructure across the UK.
Amy Povey, Group Protection Propositions Product Manager at Aviva, takes a look at how small and medium sized businesses can benefit from workplace wellbeing programmes.