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Growing Britain’s trade with the European Continent

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.

How do we boost UK infrastructure? By investing in People, Places, Productivity and Prosperity

Nigel Wilson, Group Chief Executive of Legal & General, discusses the four areas that need to be addressed to help boost infrastructure across the UK.

The physical attraction of workplace wellbeing

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.

Can employers really afford to ignore apprenticeships?

Keith Smith, Apprenticeships Director, Education and Skills Funding Agency discusses the importance of apprenticeships.

How can the High Value Manufacturing Catapult help your business?

David Riches from the BCC writes about how the High Value Manufacturing Catapult can help businesses innovate and grow.

Is cash still important to businesses?

Martin Kearsley, Banking Services Director at the Post Office, explores whether UK businesses are still dependent on access to cash.

Working together to overcome the barriers to exporting

Kash Ahmad, UK Specialist Director at Bibby Financial Services on their work to encourage and support more UK SMEs to overcome the barriers to exporting and unlock growth from overseas markets.

Why the Bank of England should tread carefully on interest rates

Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the BCC, explains why the Bank of England should tread carefully on interest rates.

Banking on your local Post Office

As the country’s largest small business retail network with 11,500 branches across the UK and as a driver of local economic activity, Post Office is uniquely positioned as a true local partner to small business.

Cyber Security: Getting the basics right

Andy Watterson is the Digital Economy Fellow in the Chamber Network and is advising businesses on how best to protect against cyber attacks.