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Regional Events

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


These events are a way of sharing information and gaining the views of business across the UK.



Bibby Financial Services

Bibby Financial Services

Bibby Financial Services have teamed up with the British Chambers of Commerce to bring you solutions led events exploring the finance options available for businesses trading overseas. This roundtable discussion will provide practical support and advice on trading overseas.

8th February 2019: Northamptonshire Chamber of Commerce (Incorporating Milton Keynes Chamber of Commerce)
Venue: Northamptonshire Chamber of Commerce, Waterside House, Waterside Way, Northampton NN4 7XD

28th January: Liverpool & Sefton Chamber of Commerce
Venue: Baltic Creative, Jamaica Street, Liverpool

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CYBG – Yorkshire Bank

CYBG – Yorkshire Bank

This event provides an excellent opportunity to bring together key stakeholders to discuss how the Industrial Strategy and Northern Powerhouse can drive growth in the Chambers’ region and how we can exploit this growth to unlock the economy across the North of England.

12th February: North East England Chamber of Commerce
Venue: Fosters Lounge, Durham County Cricket Club, Emirates Riverside, Chester le Street DH3 3QR


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NatWest

NatWest

NatWest and British Chambers of Commerce have arranged a series of events that will look to understand the barriers that UK businesses are facing when it comes to productivity and how we, as a business community, overcome these barriers to become more productive and create a more innovative environment.

31st January 2019: Surrey Chambers of Commerce
Venue: Horsley Park, Ockham Road South, East Horsley, Surrey KT24 6DU

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TSB

TSB

TSB is hosting in partnership with the British Chambers of Commerce a series of events across the Chamber network. These roundtable events aim to discuss the unique set of challenges facing small businesses in the UK, and what more banks can do to help small businesses thrive.


24th January 2019: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce
Venue: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Elliot House, 151 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3WD

30th January 2019: Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce
Venue: Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce, 40 George Street. Edinburgh EH2 2LE

31st January 2019: Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce
Venue: Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, 75 Harborne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3DH

21st February 2019: Glasgow Chamber of Commerce
Venue: Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, 30 George Square, Glasgow G2 1EQ

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Partner with us


If you are interested in strategic partnerships or hosting roundtables and seminars at a local level, please get in touch with the team.
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Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, responds to the Parliamentary defeat of the Meaningful Vote on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration.

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Director General Dr Adam Marshall comments on the publication of the Immigration White Paper.