Mobile UK

“The insight BCC gathered on business experience of mobile connectivity during lockdown was fundamental to the development of our policy and stakeholders strategy during the pandemic. The partnership secured strong coverage in our target outlets which has been to key to supporting our objectives.”

During 2020 BCC and Mobile UK have worked in partnership on an initiative to  underline the importance of mobile coverage for firms throughout and beyond lockdown to maintain or restart their operations - and why the government should accelerate solutions to improve poor connectivity across the UK.  


The national survey conducted in partnership with Mobile UK urged the government to remove barriers to enhancing mobile coverage, like relaxing planning permission for taller mobile phone masts.

Benefits to Mobile UK

  • Access to market leading data and insight. 
  • National press coverage. 
  • Exposure to BCC’s advocacy work. 
  • Positioned Mobile UK as a credible voice of business. 
  • Association with a trusted champion of business represented across the UK. 

Find out more about Mobile UK
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BCC responds to news of Government plans for £5bn of Restart Grants

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the BCC, says the grants will be a lifeline for struggling businesses

BCC responds to BEIS Committee report, ‘The impact of Coronavirus on businesses and workers’

BCC Director General Adam Marshall comments on the BEIS Select Committee report, ‘The impact of Coronavirus on businesses and workers: Interim pre-Budget report’, published today.

BCC/moneycorp survey: Nearly a quarter of exporters to the EU considering holding back activity in the EU

Results from the latest British Chambers of Commerce survey, in partnership with moneycorp, found that while 44% of UK exporters to the EU plan to grow their exports to the European Union, nearly a quarter (23%) are looking to either reduce their activity in the EU or have no activity at all in the next 12 months, following the ratification of the UK-EU Trade and Co-operation Agreement. Two-thirds of UK businesses are looking to increase activity in the domestic market.