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British Chambers of Commerce appoints Shevaun Haviland as new Director General

Fri 5th March 2021

The Board of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has today announced the appointment of Shevaun Haviland as the new Director General of the organisation.

The majestic polar bears of Yorkshire Wildlife Park are full of playful energy on Polar Bear Day.

Fri 5th March 2021

The hint of spring has had the majestic polar bears of Yorkshire Wildlife Park full of playful energy on International Polar Bear Day.

Inspiring Women - International Womens Day 2021

3pm - 4.30pm, Mon 8th March 2021

Online Event

Our Inspiring Women Network is back for 2021 and this edition will focus on the inspiring women from the tech sector.

Employers Urged to Share Return to Workplace Plans to Inform Future Shape of Public Transport

Thu 4th March 2021

Transport bosses will work with South Yorkshire businesses to better understand their work and travel plans in a post-pandemic future, to inform a roadmap to rebuild the region’s public transport network.

BCC provides its full response to March 2021 Budget

Wed 3rd March 2021

Giving his reaction to the Chancellor’s budget, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the BCC, said:

The Future of the UK/EU Trade Relations: Looking at VAT implications

2.30pm - 3.30pm, Tue 9th March 2021

Online Event

Chaired by James Martin, Director of Policy, British Chambers of Commerce our speakers include:

BCC gives its initial response to March 2021 budget

Wed 3rd March 2021

Giving his reaction to the Chancellor’s budget, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the BCC, said:

Huge gaps in UK regulation exist following transition from EU, new academic report finds

Thu 4th March 2021

The UK is still not in a position to assume responsibility for regulation in several critical policy areas including trade, crime and the environment, a new academic report - UK regulation after Brexit - has found.