Policy

Norfolk Chambers aims to ensure that there is ‘business friendly’ local environment in which our members can operate and prosper.

We are committed to influencing change and will highlight issues, which contribute to, or hinder, the growth and potential of our business members.  We will be the conduit for relevant information to our members and work to influence decision makers to improve local environment for the benefit of members and the wider business community.

In support of our members, Norfolk Chambers will concentrate on four key themes: Revolution in Technology; Improving Infrastructure; Bridging the Skills Gap; and Economic Trends.

How can you provide influence in Norfolk?

As a member of an Accredited Chamber, you have the opportunity to join with other like-minded businesses to influence policy makers and ensure that the business voice is heard loud and clear at a local, regional and national level.

Latest Norfolk Policy News

Policy
19/03/2020
Commenting on the decision by the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee to cut interest rates to 0.1%, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: “The...
Policy
10/03/2020
The Big Issue The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee have launched their ‘My BEIS Inquiry’ and are inviting members of the public, including business owners, employees,...
Policy
06/03/2020
Thursday 5 March saw hundreds of business people within the UK Chamber network, including our own Nova Fairbank, Head of Policy for Norfolk Chambers, come together at the QEII Centre in London to...
Policy
05/03/2020
Business leader Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith CBE has today (Thursday 5th March) been elected President of the British Chambers of Commerce. Baroness McGregor-Smith was elected by representatives of...
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