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Partnership Events

The British Chambers of Commerce works with partners to deliver regional events and webinars with Chamber members across the Network.


These events are a way of sharing information and gaining the views of business across the UK offering a business insight into business matters.
Cisco

Cisco

This roundtable discussion, delivered in partnership with the British Chambers of Commerce and Cisco will bring SMEs from a wide range of sectors together to discuss how technology can move your business forward ultimately looking at the Future of Work.

This roundtable discussion will:

  • Share best practice for ensuring inclusivity and productivity wherever you are working
  • Cover how technology can support a secure hybrid work experience
  • Explore the challenges and solutions for hybrid working


Date: 29th June 2021

Chamber Host: Sussex Chambers of Commerce


Date: 29th June 2021

Chamber Host: East Midlands Chambers (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, )


Date: 30th June 2021

Chamber Host: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce


To find out more please contact [email protected]

ITGL

ITGL

These roundtable discussion, delivered in partnership with ITGL will bring businesses together to discuss experiences of hosting secure and effective meetings online.

Many small businesses have had to implement a remote working strategy during 2020, with most face to face meetings now needing to be held remotely online, but how can you ensure that your online meetings run securely, safely, smoothly and effectively?


Date: Thursday 3rd June 2021

Chamber Host: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce


Date: Thursday 3rd June 2021

Chamber Host: Coventry & Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce

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TSB

TSB

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and TSB are bringing a new series of webinars to the Chamber Network. These roundtable webinar discussions will focus on 'No one-size fits all: how tailored business support can drive the recovery'.


Event dates to follow shortly

Radioactive Waste Management

Radioactive Waste Management

Geological Disposal – a national infrastructure programme

British Chambers of Commerce and Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) will be hosting a number of roundtable discussions across the country to raise awareness of the importance of taking action now and they will explore the economic opportunities that come from being part of this.

The online roundtable will provide an opportunity to feed into and learn more about RWM’s work and dig deeper into the facts about what’s involved in being part of something big: the UK’s GDF programme.


Dates to follow shortly

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Partner with us

Partner with us


If you are interested in strategic partnerships or hosting webinars, roundtables and seminars at a local level, please get in touch with the team.

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Commenting on GDP figures for Q1 2021, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said:    “While the UK economy contracted in the first quarter, the downbeat headline figure masks a renewed momentum through the quarter from January’s drop in output to an exceptionally strong March outturn as lockdown measures started to ease. 

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Responding to the announcement of the ‘green list’ for international travel, British Chambers of Commerce Co-Executive Director Hannah Essex said:  “Businesses will welcome this announcement as a first step on the road to a broader resumption of international travel over the coming months. Many firms will be hoping that this soon leads to a further expansion of the green list."