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How do we fix UK infrastructure? Hear BCC Annual Conference 2016

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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble is the latest exciting addition to the line-up of outstanding speakers at the BCC Annual Conference 2016, taking place at the QEII Conference Centre on 3 March. Business leaders and policy makers will debate and discuss topical issues of crucial importance to business. We will be asking: 

  • How do we fix UK infrastructure?
  • Britain’s Economy: New Dawn or Back to the Future?
  • Britain and Europe: Stay or Go?

Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn MP, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, Business Secretary Sajid Javid MP and Lord Rose, former Chief Executive of Marks and Spencer and Chairman of Britain Stronger in Europe are just some of the speakers giving their opinions on the issues that will shape the future success of British businesses at the BCC Annual Conference 2016.

Hear from Jeremy Corbyn MP as he makes one of his first business addresses. Other high-profile speakers include German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, Business Secretary Sajid Javid and CEO of WPP Sir Martin Sorrell.

This will be an unmissable day businesses interested in the UK's economic prospects and high-level networking. Expert speakers will be debating highly topical and important business issues.

There will be plenty of opportunities for networking with business leaders, MPs and policy makers as well as the opportunity for you and your members to contribute to debates on the issues that are shaping the future of UK business.

Join BCC and have your say on the issues determining the future success of UK businesses.

As a Chamber member you can get exclusive discounts on tickets. There are special ticket prices for Chamber members, offering a discount of at least £90 on the standard ticket price. Tickets for members are only £130 each for less than 5 tickets, or £100 if members are purchasing 5 or more tickets, compared to a standard ticket price of £240. Book your tickets now at