London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is the capital's largest independent networking and business support organisation. Representing the interests of thousands of companies, we connect over 500,000 business people every year and offer our members a wide range of practical and professional services.
In addition to hosting over 200 B2B events each year, LCCI provides member-to-member marketing opportunities, unlimited access to legal and HR advice, access to our exclusive central London meeting space and the opportunity to be part of an extensive international trade mission programme.
LCCI also represents the interests of its members to key business stakeholders and influencers in London and further afield across all business sectors. Using the results of Quarterly Economic Surveys (QES) of our membership, which measures the business mood of firms in the capital, we produce policy briefings and research reports that are fed into national government, the Mayor of London, the Bank of England and many other influential policymakers.
Unlike many other business membership organisations, membership of LCCI is corporate. This means that any employees of member companies can take advantage of our diverse range of benefits and services.
To find out more about LCCI please visit www.londonchamber.co.uk
To discuss how LCCI membership can help your business contact us on T: +44 (0)20 7203 1881 or E: email@example.com.
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LCCI General Election Campaign
The Policy and Public Affairs (PPA) team at LCCI promote and defend the interests of our members, representing London business to the Mayor and the Greater London Authority (GLA), national government, the opposition, international audiences and the media. With this in mind, the team is currently trying to ensure that the UK political parties are aware of the concerns of London businesses ahead of the upcoming elections.
Our election campaign will focus on 5 key asks:
• Keep London Growing
• Keep London Competitive
• Keep London Secure
• Keep London Moving
• Give London the Powers to Grow