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We are supporting Chambers and member businesses with online events and webinars.

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Trading in China: the Outlook for 2022

Trading in China: the Outlook for 2022

  • Thursday 10 February
  • 08:30 – 09:15 (UK time)
  • Internal event for Trade teams within the Chamber Network

British businesses have had a challenging year in China during 2021. From the Data Security Law to the Double Reduction Policy, regulatory developments have caused shockwaves through the foreign business community.

The British Chamber of Commerce in China has recently produced a Business Sentiment Survey 2021-2022 which crystallises how UK companies have fared over the past year and tells you all you need to know about their outlook for 2022 and the challenges they'll face.

Join us to hear from Steven Lynch, Managing Direct of the Chamber of Commerce in China and Julian MacCormac, Chair of the Chamber and Country President of Rolls Royce, to find out:

  • What are the top challenges facing UK business in 2022?
  • How has China's recent regulatory crackdown been impacting foreign investor confidence?
  • How do UK companies feel about China's 'common prosperity' drive?

We discuss the survey results and read into the latest economic trends in the China market.

Please note that this is an internal event for Trade teams within the Chamber Network.

Register here
Brexit, Borders and Trade

Brexit, Borders and Trade

  • Tuesday 15 February
  • 15:00 - 16:00 (UK time)
  • Open to all

A year after the impact of Brexit was first felt by business that import and export goods those attending the session will learn the results of our latest survey. We will reflect on the output and results and share what members are telling us about their experience on the ground.

We will share our reflections on how businesses have had to adapt to a whole new set of border controls and a look forward at a new era of for UK Trade Deals and what they could mean for businesses in Great Britain.

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Slovenia: Doing business in the heart of the EU

Slovenia: Doing business in the heart of the EU

  • Wednesday 9 March
  • 12:00 - 13:00 (UK time)
  • Open to all

Slovenia is a relatively unknown destination, but its central European location and close transport links to Asia means it will be of interest to many UK-based businesses.

This practical session will offer the opportunity to hear why Slovenia might be the place for your European business hub, from a selection of key industry leaders and politicians.

The country’s strong focus on creativity and sustainability and its highly educated, English-speaking workforce makes it both a welcoming and convenient place to work. As an additional benefit, their port is situated in the Mediterranean, which offers a crucial gateway to Asia.

Hosted by the British Chambers of Commerce, the British-Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Spirit Slovenia, the session will allow you to :-

  • discover the key benefits to setting up a business in Slovenia
  • find out what support is available to help you in this process
  • hear from key businesses about their own experiences
  • understand why this is a perfect potential location for your business

To book your place at this virtual event, click below.

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‘Welcome Step, Now Let’s Power the Recovery’ - BCC on End of Plan B

"News of the end of work from home guidance will be welcomed by business, particularly those based in city and town centres which rely on footfall from office workers."

BCC  says inflation will climb further in months ahead

Inflation will continue to soar in the coming months as surging energy prices, rising raw material costs and the reversal of the VAT reductions for hospitality push it well above 6% by April.

New generation of exporters needed to power economic growth - BCC Trade Manifesto

The British Chambers of Commerce has set out its manifesto to recruit legions of new UK exporters as its research continues to show poor overseas trade growth.

BCC says November Trade data shows imports rebounding as exports remain flat

Looking at the last six months, a clear picture is emerging of significantly lower EU imports to the UK than three years ago, with a smaller reduction in exports to the EU.