Our Restart, Rebuild, Renew Partners

We are proudly partnering with the following organisations to ensure the business voice is at the heart of Coronavirus recovery plans.


NatWest serves customers in England and Wales, supporting them with their personal, private, and business banking needs. Alongside a wide range of banking services, NatWest offers businesses specialist sector knowledge in areas such as manufacturing and technology, as well as access to specialist entrepreneurial support.

NatWest is committed to being purpose-led: to champion potential, helping people, families and businesses. Today it’s more important than ever to live up to that commitment. We are working hard to make sure we have the right tools, advice and products to help our small businesses through the next phase of this crisis. To make sure we get that right we are delighted to partner with the British Chambers of Commerce on their Restart, Renew, Rebuild campaign to ensure that we are adapting our support to the needs of small business.

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BCC reacts to government confirmation that phase three will still go ahead in England

BCC says that the news that phase three would proceed would be welcome by businesses across England as they get ready to re-open their doors on Monday May 17.

Amazon announces 10,000 new permanent jobs and multi-million pound training programme to boost the UK economy

The company will invest £10 million over three years in training up to 5,000 employees in new skills to meet the UK’s future employment needs outside of Amazon. It is partnering with the British Chambers of Commerce and local businesses to identify regional skills shortages to focus training on local needs

BCC survey finds four in five firms have no plans for vaccine certification

The British Chambers of Commerce has published new survey data which show that the vast majority of responding businesses have no plans in place to require evidence of vaccination from customers, suppliers or employees.

BCC reacts to latest GDP figures

Commenting on GDP figures for Q1 2021, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said:    “While the UK economy contracted in the first quarter, the downbeat headline figure masks a renewed momentum through the quarter from January’s drop in output to an exceptionally strong March outturn as lockdown measures started to ease.