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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.
SAP Concur

SAP Concur

SAP Concur have teamed up with the British Chambers of Commerce to bring you a unique event exploring how, as small and medium sized enterprises, you can manage your organisation’s growth to help your business scale further.


Webinar details coming soon



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Barclays Life Skills

Barclays Life Skills

Barclays Life Skills and the British Chambers of Commerce are hosting a series of roundtable webinars. These webinars will focus on how businesses can harness workplace change whilst continuing to support development and growth of its workforce.


Location: North East England Chamber of Commerce

Date: 23rd November 2020


Location: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

Date: 26th November 2020


Location: Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce

Date: 27th November 2020


Location: Norfolk Chamber of Commerce

Date: 30th November 2020


Location: Glasgow Chamber of Commerce

Date: 1st December 2020


Location: Somerset Chamber of Commerce & Industry Ltd

Date: 2nd December 2020


Location: South Wales Chamber of Commerce

Date: 8th December 2020


Location: Sussex Chamber of Commerce

Date: TBC


Location: Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Date: 27th January 2021

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TSB

TSB

British Chambers of Commerce and TSB are looking to deliver a series of Webinars through the Chamber network. These roundtable webinar discussions will focus on 'No one-size fits all: how tailored business support can drive the recovery'.


Locations and dates will follow

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Cisco

Cisco

Cisco and the British Chambers of Commerce are working to bring a series of roundtable discussions to the Chamber network. These webinars will look at how business has been impacted over the past months and how they are recovering. Join us for advice and education on combatting these challenges and ensuring you secure your remote workforce.


Location: West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce

Date: 17th November 2020


Location: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

Date: 24th November 2020


Location: East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire)

Date: 25th November 2020


Location: Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce

Date: 27th November 2020


Location: Glasgow Chamber of Commerce

Date: 30th November 2020


Location: Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce

Date: 10th December 2020


Location: Sussex Chamber of Commerce

Date: TBC


Location: Hampshire Chamber of Commerce

Date: TBC

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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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BCC responds to enhanced Coronavirus support for businesses

BCC Director General Adam Marshall comments on the Chancellor’s announcement of further support for businesses and jobs as Coronavirus restrictions increase.

BCC responds to 'time is running out’ campaign

BCC Director General Adam Marshall responds to the launch of the government’s ‘time is running out’ campaign, urging businesses to prepare for the end of the transition period.

Chambers of Commerce challenge PM to meet five business tests for Covid restrictions

In a letter to the Prime Minister, BCC Director General Adam Marshall, President Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith and Chamber CEOs from across the United Kingdom set five business tests that must be met to limit the impact of new restrictions on businesses and jobs and take a long-term approach to tackling the pandemic.

BCC and Drax: Breaking down climate barriers for businesses

As part of the Race to Zero, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), in collaboration with energy company Drax Group, is calling on the government to use the 5th anniversary of the Paris Agreement to work in partnership with businesses to achieve the UK’s climate goals, as many firms continue to manage the impact of Coronavirus.