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Chamber LGBTQ+ celebrates Pride Month 2022

​June is a month when we see businesses across the UK painting their usually untouchable brand livery all shades of rainbow in support of LGBTQ+ employees, customers and stakeholders.

BCC Team Update: Claire Walker and Hannah Essex

Shevaun Haviland, Director General, congratulates Claire Walker and Hannah Essex, Co-Executive Director for Advocacy, on their new role as Co-CEO for UK Theatre and Society of London Theatre.

Countdown to Global Annual Conference with Clare Shine

Clare Shine, Director and CEO, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership will be speaking at BCC's Global Annual Conference 2022. Ahead of the event, we asked Clare some questions about what influenced her to speak at our conference and what she is most looking forward to during the event. Our Global Annual Conference takes place on Thursday 30 June at the QEII Centre, London. Limited tickets available so book your place today!

Countdown to Global Annual Conference with Sam Jones

Sam Jones, GB Head of Climate & Sustainability at Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) will be speaking at BCC's Global Annual Conference 2022. Ahead of the event, we asked Sam some questions about what influenced him to speak at our conference and what he is most looking forward to during the event. Our Global Annual Conference takes place on Thursday 30 June at the QEII Centre, London. Book your ticket today!

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF GLOBAL BRITAIN

​In the last two years, the world has faced an unprecedented crisis that resulted in new and unique challenges - not just for businesses but for the entire socio-economic system. The pandemic brought about massive disruption but the technology space kept growing. It acted as the ‘corona-warrior’ for the entire economy, uncovering various innovative solutions and ensuring continuation of activities. Consequently, digital adoption has taken a quantum leap at all levels, and nations have risen up to creating a digitally enhanced ecosystem in their respective countries.

The conflict in Eastern Europe and what it means for UK energy supply

The invasion by Russia of Ukraine is an appalling act of aggression with terrible loss of life and displacement of potentially the largest number of people in Europe since World War II. One impact of the aggression is likely to be a significant impact on the UK’s energy supply. Energy – specifically oil and gas – is one of Russia’s key exports into Europe as it supplies much of the continent’s oil and gas.

Top ten things businesses can do now to lower their emissions

See the top ten things businesses can do to reduce carbon emissions on the road to net zero and to operate more sustainably.

Get ready for GB inbound border controls starting on 1 January

Find out what you need to be ready for as an importer in GB, and speaking to EU suppliers (excluding those in the Republic of Ireland for now) and customers about ahead of 1 January.

A straightforward solution in a world which is anything but

​If the last couple of years has taught us anything, it’s that businesses need to expect the unexpected. A period of massive political and economic change has meant trading has been extremely difficult, in particular for small- and medium-sized firms, who will have seen their cash flow significantly hit.

Chamber network policy wins - Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021

Working together the BCC and the Chamber Network secured a number of wins for business communities across the UK.