Join a high-level audience of business decision-makers, policy makers and the Chamber network on Thursday 8th March at the QEII Centre in London, for the British Chambers of Commerce Annual Conference.
The programme for the 2018 Annual Conference features the subjects most relevant to UK business. The conference provides insight into these issues through panel discussions, keynote speeches and by providing opportunities for discussion with other attendees. A programme of speakers including senior political personalities, business leaders, decision makers and opinion-formers from across the United Kingdom will discuss the following key themes:
- The Future of UK Trade
- Diversity in Business
- The Future of Work
As Britain’s biggest and best ‘B2P’ – business to politicians – event, the BCC Annual Conference is an exceptional opportunity for Chamber staff and members to keep up-to-date with the latest issues affecting British business, as well as network with other businesses and Chambers from across the UK.
Speakers confirmed for the 2018 Conference include:
- Samantha Payne, Founder and COO, Open Bionics
- Fleur Sexton, Co-Founder and joint Managing Director, Pet-Xi
- Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive Royal Society of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce
- Funke Abimbola MBE FRSA, General Counsel & Head of Financial Compliance, Roche UK
Further speakers will be announced in the coming weeks, including high profile politicians and commentators from the world of business and media.
See our website for more details of the event programme and speakers.
Book your tickets before 26th January 2018 to access the early bird Chamber rate of £119 + VAT (a saving of 25%).