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.


This roundtable discussion, delivered in partnership with the British Chambers of Commerce and Cisco will bring SMEs from a wide range of sectors together to discuss how technology can move your business forward ultimately looking at the Future of Work.

This roundtable discussion will:

  • Share best practice for ensuring inclusivity and productivity wherever you are working
  • Cover how technology can support a secure hybrid work experience
  • Explore the challenges and solutions for hybrid working

Date: 7th September 2021

Chamber Host: East Midlands Chambers (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire)

Date: 23rd September

Chamber Host: Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

Date: 29th September 2021

Chamber Host: Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce

To find out more please contact [email protected]



The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and TSB are bringing a new series of webinars to the Chamber Network. These roundtable webinar discussions will focus on 'No one-size fits all: how tailored business support can drive the recovery'.

Date: 4th October 2021

Chamber Host: East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

Date: 6th October 2021

Chamber Host: Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce

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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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