About LCCI

London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is the capital's largest independent networking and business support organisation. Representing the interests of London businesses, we create thousands of connections every year and offer our members a wide range of practical and professional services.

In addition to hosting over an extensive programme of 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 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.

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.


Our people are at the heart of our business, and our success depends on your performance and enthusiasm. We are based in a modern, multi-tenanted building in the city.

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LCCI History

LCCI is the oldest business membership organisation in the capital, dating back to 1881.



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Corporate Responsibility

We always strive to go beyond our legal obligations – commercially, socially and environmentally.



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LCCI Board

LCCI's board is responsible for the overall leadership of the Chamber and to ensure strategic objectives are met. The Chamber has a Chaiman, Roderick Caxton-Spencer, Besso Group and Deputy Chairman Nish Kotecha, Finboot Ltd.

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Strategic Leadership Team

Find out more about our Strategic Leadership team, comprising of CEO Richard Burge, Neil Stanfield, Financial Director and Secretary and Liz Henderson, Director of Membership and Events.

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Contact Us

Phone: +44 (0)20 7248 4444

Email: lc@londonchamber.co.uk


How to find us

Get directions to our offices located in central London.