2021 Exhibitors

2021 Exhibitors at the Global Annual Conference

Our 2021 exhibitors include:

  • The AA
  • ChamberCustoms
  • Cisco
  • The Department for International Trade (DIT)
  • Moneycorp
  • NatWest
  • Quest
  • Swoop
  • Westfield Health

Find further information below about each of our 2021 exhibitors. Our virtual conference platform enables attendees to make great connections and interact with our exhibitors by:

  • Visiting the virtual exhibition stand;
  • Exchanging virtual business cards before and during the conference;
  • Downloading promotional brochures;
  • Watching promotional videos;
  • Calling and chatting with exhibitors within the platform at any time; and
  • Having a one-on-one video call during the event.

The exhibition will be open at dedicated times during the two days of the conference. Please see the programme for further information.

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The AA

The AA

Your journey is our business, and it has been for the past 100 years.

At the AA, we’re proud to be the UK’s leading provider of roadside assistance through personal membership for individuals and our 10 million business customers. With more than 2,500 Patrols on the road, as well as numerous key partnerships, including BP, Chargemaster, Fuel Cell Systems and Instavolt, we’re also quickly becoming the UK’s leading technology company for businesses and SMEs.

We pride ourselves on delivering excellent customer service, putting it at the heart of everything we do. Whether it’s our Patrols rescuing a driver at the side of the road, our garage network providing service, maintenance and repairs, or our new electric vehicle charge post support, we’re there for customers at every step of their journey.

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ChamberCustoms is the customs broker, training, advisory service delivered through Chambers of Commerce across the UK.

Born out of a need for customs capacity and compliance, ChamberCustoms is leading the way in delivering for traders across the UK to help them continue trading as easily and as efficiently as possible. We are different from other customs broker services by harnessing the reach, expertise, and knowledge of the British Chambers of Commerce network to offer an unbeatably fast, reliable, and compliant service.

ChamberCustoms is the only customs broker with direct links to all air, sea, and land port terminals in the UK. Our borders have changed, the rules of the game have shifted, and traders need to build or reset their customs processes.

ChamberCustoms offers an HMRC compliant service that you can trust. If you would like to save time and resources, outsourcing your customs declarations and administration to ChamberCustoms is easy. We can simplify this process for you, filing your customs declaration forms and additional paperwork on behalf of your business, ensuring you are HMRC compliant. Our highly skilled advisors are experts in their fields, allowing us to also provide first class training courses and bespoke consultancy services.

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Cisco is the worldwide leader in technology that powers the Internet. Cisco inspires new possibilities by reimagining your applications, securing your data, transforming your infrastructure, and empowering your teams for an inclusive future.

Cisco is passionate about supporting small businesses and providing the simple, secure technology that will enable resiliency and growth.

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The Department for International Trade (DIT)

The Department for International Trade (DIT)

We secure UK and global prosperity by promoting and financing international trade and investment, and championing free trade.


We are an international economic department, responsible for:

  • bringing together policy, promotion and financial expertise to break down barriers to trade and investment, and help businesses succeed
  • delivering a new trade policy framework for the UK as we leave the EU
  • promoting British trade and investment across the world
  • building the global appetite for British goods and services
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As award-winning, expert providers of international payments services, moneycorp’s mission has always been to be the first choice for those with international interests.

Cutting-edge digital payments technology combined with a specialist, human touch is what sets us apart, applying this winning formula to every interaction and service we provide.

Headquartered in London with presences across Europe, North America, South America, Asia and the Middle East, we provide a bespoke service tailored to the specific needs of the tens of thousands of people who choose us, whether that’s large businesses, SMEs, government agencies, or individuals.

With 40+ years of experience and industry knowledge, we are uniquely positioned to assist with an array of international payment requirements, including but not limited to: currency risk management, business overseas payment solutions, and supporting the global supply chain of wholesale currency.

Moneycorp is here to serve UK businesses, helping them to navigate the complex landscape of international trade and import/export risk management, which more and more businesses currently face in the wake of Brexit. With our support, businesses of any size are equipped to capitalise on global opportunities, maximise their profits, and thrive on the international stage.

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At NatWest, we believe it’s our role to help businesses succeed. Working in partnership with our customers - from aspiring start-ups to established businesses of all sizes - our support goes beyond finance, with:

  • Unique, free support through our Entrepreneur Accelerator programme, helping businesses start and scale
  • Over 400 Women in Business specialists helping female entrepreneurs with coaching, mentoring and networking
  • Our new funding platform, Back Her Business, helping more women to raise the money they need to get started
  • Specialist sector knowledge in areas such as manufacturing and technology, with locally based Business Growth Enablers and Relationship Managers
  • The NatWest Business Hub, an online knowledge store sharing thought leadership, insight, tips and tools
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Quest is part of a group of Leicester based companies who supply a range of business services to organisations and companies across the UK. These include HR and Health & Safety Services plus legal, insurance and tax services.

Quest is the exclusive recommended supplier by the BCC and now work in partnership with 46 accredited Chambers.

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Finding the right finance solution to help your business operate and grow can be complex and time-consuming. But fear not, Swoop is here to help.

Swoop provides simple, secure and speedy access to the funding marketplace, matching you with the relevant solution for your business in a matter of minutes. Compare, review and apply for funding opportunities across loans, equity investment, grants and commercial mortgages, all in one place. Swoop can also help you identify and make business savings across banking, FX, insurance and utilities. In fact, we are the only platform where you can get your funding and savings sorted in one fell swoop, with a team of experts readily available to support and guide you throughout your journey.

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Westfield Health

Westfield Health

At the Westfield Health Group, our mission is to improve peoples’ quality of life. Working with world-leading academics, we partner with our clients to create unique programmes that make a healthy difference.

We provide wellbeing, mental health support, health insurance, gym management and virtual fitness solutions for 9,000 clients across the UK and Europe. With a 98% retention rate, we’re trusted to deliver - and having no shareholders means we’re able to invest more in our people, customers and communities.

We're data driven. We're strategists. We're future gazers. We look at where you want to be, design solutions to get you there and measure the impact on your people tomorrow.

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BCC welcomes launch of UK-Mexico trade negotiations

The BCC is urging negotiators to set an ambitious new agreement that focuses on the growing market in green trade, as well as future proofing access for further expansion in services.


Four out of five employers (81%) say they have been impacted by the increase in national insurance contributions Higher prices, reduced investment and increased staff costs were among the main effects cited


The jump in UK inflation in April is eye-watering and underscores the growing cost-of-living crisis facing households and the damaging squeeze on firms' ability to invest and operate at full capacity.


Although payroll employment continues to rise and the unemployment rate is falling, the headline figures reflect several distorting factors, including rising economic inactivity.