BCC Events

The British Chambers of Commerce hold a series of national events throughout the year with a net zero focus.

Global Annual Conference 2021

Global Annual Conference 2021

One of the flagship events of the business calendar, the British Chambers of Commerce Global Annual Conference 2021 featured an impressive roster of senior political leaders and thought-provoking debates on panels between business leaders

You can also hear more about inspiring interviews with entrepreneurs such as Ben Francis, Founder of Gymshark, who are putting innovation and sustainability at the heart of their business models, and expanding their global footprint with exciting new products and services.

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Chamber Business Awards 2021

Chamber Business Awards 2021

Celebrating the achievements of businesses across the UK.

Each year hundreds of high-performing businesses are put forward for specialist categories and to complete for the coveted National Chamber Business Awards.

Learn more here about The Planet Saver – Green Business of the Year. An organisation with sustainability and the heart of their business. They are full committed to sustainable best practice and making the world a better and safer place.

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BCC welcomes new rules on international travel restrictions

The decision to simplify the traffic light system in England will be very welcome news for businesses in the travel sector and beyond.  

BCC says business left in the dark on winter Covid contingency plan

Business will be frustrated by the inability of the Government to give them any detail around what circumstances could lead to new restrictions and what support firms could get.

BCC welcomes delay to import checks but says much more work is needed

Announcement of a delay is sensible given the ongoing issues with ensuring trader readiness, the need to build more border control posts and the skills shortages crisis.

BCC: Firms facing acute hiring crisis

The jobs market has continued its summer revival as demand for workers has surged following the easing of Covid restrictions. But record vacancies also highlight the acute hiring crisis faced by many firms.