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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.
Houses of Parliament Restoration & Renewal Programme

Houses of Parliament Restoration & Renewal Programme

The British Chambers of Commerce and the Houses of Parliament Restoration & Renewal (R&R) Programme, will be running a series of roundtable discussions across the UK to understand more about the biggest and most complex building restoration project ever undertaken in the UK.

The events, taking place in different locations will focus on how the opportunities – in terms of contracts, jobs and skills – associated with the R&R Programme can be spread to all parts of the UK.


LOCATIONS:

details to follow


To find out more please contact [email protected]

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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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