The British Chambers of Commerce Annual Conference 2018 is an unmissable event for business leaders and those involved in corporate affairs or public policy. Keep up with the key developments in Westminster and understand how they will affect UK businesses – book your place now to avoid disappointment and attend one of the UK’s most important business events on 8th March 2018.
What is the BCC Annual Conference?
The BCC Annual Conference brings together the UK Chamber Network and the wider business community for a day of stimulating panel debates and inspiring keynote speeches from senior politicians, business leaders and opinion formers. You will have the opportunity to interact with businesses of all sizes and sectors, and representatives from across the Chamber Network.
This year’s Conference will focus on three key themes:
Find out more about the programme here.
Who will be speaking?
Business speakers so far include
Keep checking back to the Conference website for more information on the above speakers and for further announcements.
Why should I attend the BCC Annual Conference?
Businesses can expect to learn where the UK’s priorities should be, and gain more insight into the government’s plans regarding the Brexit negotiation process, and what the UK’s future trading relationships could look like.
Also, with significant changes taking place in the workforce, whether it is working patterns, automation, and new industries being created, we will examine what this means for business, how we can plug the skills gap, how firms are considering technological advances, and how best to embrace flexibility in the workplace.
With the event taking place on International Women’s day, diversity in the workplace will form a key theme throughout the day.
The Conference is also a fantastic opportunity to network with hundreds of like-minded businesses and key policy-makers from around the UK.
How can I attend?
Visit www.bcccconference.co.uk and book your ticket now to attend the Conference on 8th March 2018, at QEII Centre London. An early-bird rate of £119 + VAT is available to Chamber staff and members until midnight 26 January 2018. Tickets will then return to the standard rate of £159 + VAT for Chamber members.
If you have any questions or want more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to seeing you on the 8th March.