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Partnership 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.
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.


Date TBC: Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce

Location: Online Meeting



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LinkedIn

LinkedIn

LinkedIn and the British Chambers of Commerce are hosting a series of events and webinars. This peer to peer event specifically designed for business leaders will enable attendees to share insights and best practice and help accelerate growth and differentiation in times of change.


Date TBC: East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire)

Location: Online Meeting

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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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Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster urges businesses preparing for customs changes to contact their local chamber of commerce

The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove MP has written a letter to all businesses moving goods between the United Kingdom and the European Union and between Great Britain and Northern Ireland, urging them to contact their local chamber of commerce for guidance.

BCC Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker: Summer Statement schemes fall short in protecting firms and jobs

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BCC responds to the postponement of lockdown easing

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