BCC Annual Conference 2019

23rd January 2019

The British Chambers of Commerce Annual Conference 2019 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 28th March 2019. 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: Innovation People Infrastructure Find out more about the programme. Who will be speaking? Speakers so far include Rt Hon Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London Rt Hon Sir Keir Starmer, Shadow Brexit Secretary Will Gardiner, CEO, Drax Group plc Martin Griffiths, CEO, Stagecoach Group Alison Rose, CEO, Commercial and Private Banking, Royal Bank of Scotland Nigel Wilson: CEO, Legal & General Pawel Adrjan: UK Economist, Indeed Check back to the Conference website for further information on the above speakers and for the latest updates. Why should I attend the BCC Annual Conference? Brexit is undoubtedly a major undertaking. However, unless the UK does its utmost to fix the fundamentals of the domestic business environment, it will not be in as strong a position economically as it could be. We need to focus on innovation in industry, developing the leading products and services for UK and global markets. The economy is changing and becoming more technologically advanced, and the workforce is demanding increased flexibility. The Conference is going to analyse these trends, and discuss how the UK can move forward to meet the challenges that tomorrow may bring. Key experts and politicians will discuss how to invest in innovation that will fuel an economy fit for the future, build a sustainable workforce for tomorrow, and invest in an infrastructure network that drives growth. The Conference is a must-attend event and an exceptional opportunity to network with hundreds of like-minded businesses from around the UK. How can I attend? Visit the Conference website and book your ticket now to attend the Conference on 28th March 2019, at QEII Centre London. Chamber members will receive a discounted rate of £129 + VAT on the standard pricing (early-bird rate ending midnight 15th February).

You might also be interested in

Local Businesses List Cleanliness, Safety and Retail As Their Top Priorities For Improvement in South Yorkshire’s Civic Centres

Mon 8th July 2024

Safety, cleanliness and the quality of retail have all been cited by South Yorkshire businesses as top priorities for their local urban cores. This is according to the recently-published findings of the Town and City Centre Survey.

BCC Quarterly Economic Survey: Business Confidence Continues To Tick Up in Q2

Mon 8th July 2024

The BCC’s Quarterly Economic Survey – the UK’s largest and longest-running independent business survey – shows measures of business confidence and business conditions slightly improved in Q2 2024, albeit from a very low base.

Bank Seeks Further Evidence Before Rate Cut

Mon 1st July 2024

David Bharier, Head of Research at the British Chambers of Commerce reacts to the Bank of England’s latest interest rate decision


Mon 1st July 2024

Director General of the BCC, Shevaun Haviland, has urged the next Government to stop treading on eggshells around trade with the EU if it wants to grow the UK economy.