Have a voice and stay informed

Norfolk Chambers is on a mission to connect, support and give voice to every business in Norfolk by doing our bit to ensure the county is a business friendly environment to succeed in.

We are absolutely committed to leading the way when it comes to business issues by highlighting key issues to influence change. Our Head of Policy, Governance, and Public Affairs is at the forefront of local issues by championing improvements to the business environment. With excellent relationships within the local and county councils, the Local Enterprise Partnership, and a hotline to Westminster through the British Chambers of Commerce we have all the tools to make a positive change. As an accredited Chamber businesses are also able to have their say on the state of the local economy through the British Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Survey.

We focus on four key themes: bridging the skills gap, revolution in technology, improving infrastructure, economic trends

If you’d like to get involved in the conversation, contact the Customer Experience Team at hello@norfolkchambers.co.uk or on 01603 625977.

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

Over half of UK firms attempted to recruit in the last quarter of 2019, but almost three quarters have struggled to find the right talent, the largest survey of UK employers has found. Labour...
On Wednesday 22nd January, the Norwich Opportunity Area (NOA) Work Skills Event in Norwich saw over 500 Norwich students practising their networking skills, with support from 40 local business...
Norfolk Chambers and our members are endorsing the calls from Norfolk County Council and other key stakeholder for improvements to the rate of progress for the A47 upgrades. Highways England should...
Commenting on the ONS labour market figures for January 2020, published, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: “The jobs market remains strong in the face of...
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