The issues that matter most to your business

While BCC’s lobbying and representation work is a constantly evolving series of activities aimed at representing the best interests of British business, we have a number of key campaigning areas which run throughout the year.

These include ensuring the fundamentals of the UK business environment are right, enhancing the UK’s mobile and digital capabilities, and putting the practical concerns of business at the heart of the Brexit negotiations.

Climate Challenge

The Climate Challenge Hub comprises the Net Zero Hub, Climate Challenge Central and information on COP26, and offers free help, guidance and support to businesses.

Restart, Rebuild, Renew

In each step on our road to recovery, through every government announcement and new policy, the British Chambers of Commerce is there to ensure the business voice is at the heart of the government’s recovery plans.


Chambers of Commerce across England, Scotland and Wales are authorised gateways to the Kickstart scheme. Chambers can help businesses to apply for a grant and provide a wide range of support for the employer and young person to ensure the Kickstart placement is a success.

UK Business Heroes

We’re proud to recognise Business Heroes across the UK. We launched the campaign to recognise the incredible work that UK businesses are doing, in the most challenging of years. We're pleased to say that we've received some fantastic stories about businesses and individuals across the UK.


At a time of critical levels of skills shortages, weak productivity and increasing changes in the way people work, the Chamber Network is launching a campaign to address these crucial issues.

2020 and Beyond

Many of the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the UK economy have little or nothing to do with the UK’s departure from the European Union. To equip the country for future success, there must be radical action to fix the fundamentals here at home.

No More Not Spots

Access to mobile voice call services is a basic requirement of business today: that’s why the British Chambers of Commerce has launched a campaign calling for No More Not Spots.