Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, reacts to the latest Brexit developments.
The 53 accredited Chambers in the UK are trusted champions of businesses, places, and global trade.
Chambers of Commerce provide a voice to the business communities they represent, amplifying their priorities and concerns. In every region and nation of the UK, Chambers and their members work to improve the local business environment in which they operate.
The Chamber of Commerce network exists to support and connect companies, bringing together firms to build new relationships, share best practice and foster new opportunities. Through practical on the ground support they also help firms trade locally, nationally and globally, including specific support for international trade.
Chambers of Commerce are modern, dynamic, and vibrant champions of business communities all across the UK. Together they are the voice of Britain’s civic businesses, helping companies, places, and people to achieve their full potential.
From high-level introductions to prospects and industry leaders to networking with local contacts, the Chamber network can connect your business with the right people. Find your nearest Chamber to learn more.
From advice, support and export documentation to influencing business policy at home and abroad, Chambers of Commerce can open up a world of opportunity for your business.
The Global Business Network is a powerful and reliable B2B network that includes Accredited Chambers of Commerce in every UK town and city, all linked to British Chambers around the world.
From HR support and health insurance to special offers on a host of products and services from your fellow Chamber members, joining your Chamber gives you access to a range of exclusive discounted member benefits.
From annual showpieces like national conferences and business awards to more informal, local networking opportunities, Chamber membership gives you access to a regular, nationwide programme of business events.
From big national issues like Brexit, skills and infrastructure to local challenges like digital connectivity, the Chamber network can make sure your voice is heard across all levels of Government and in the media.
From strategic partnerships or sponsorship of major events to supporting activities at a local level, working with the BCC offers a host of opportunities to raise the profile of your business and get your message heard.
Young Chamber connects businesses to local education providers. It helps to bridge the gap between education and the workplace, highlighting the exciting and rewarding careers for young people.
Accreditation is at the heart of the BCC. Our system of accreditation is designed to evaluate and improve the performance of the Accredited Chamber of Commerce Network.
Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) comments on the inflation statistics for February 2019, published today by the Office for National Statistics.