News: Survey on Changes since Referendum

Posted on 30th November 2016

Helping local businesses trade globally is a key mission for every accredited UK Chamber of Commerce – alongside their role in providing a voice for their local business community.

The British Chambers of Commerce and Sussex Chamber are working together to understand Chamber members’ current priorities and concerns around international trade.

This survey also seeks to assess what changes, if any, Chamber member businesses are making as a result of the June referendum vote to leave the European Union.

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The results of the survey will be used to ensure that Chamber members’ concerns and priorities have a direct influence on emerging government policy. In order to ensure your business’s views have maximum impact, the British Chambers of Commerce has consulted with the Department for International Trade, HM Treasury and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in the preparation of this survey.

The survey is open to all businesses, regardless of their international trading status, and should take around 5 minutes to complete. We will represent Chamber members’ diverse interests based on the results. This survey closes at midnight on 8 December.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Dr Adam Marshall, Director General, British Chambers of Commerce

 

British Chambers of Commerce | 65 Petty France | London | SW1H 9EU

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