London Business Matters Magazine

London Business Matters is the Chamber's bi-monthly magazine available online and in print. The publication includes expert advice, indepth international trade insight, business trends and industry updates. Read exclusive interviews with leading business figures, case-studies from members and discover the latest news from London's business community.

As a member there are several opportunities for your business to feature in the magazine. Contact us if you would like to be in the next edition.

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  • London Business Matters November / December 2021

    November 2021

    Imperial College London - new ways of thinking and working

    Headlines featuring Imperial have not been unusual over the last 18 months as they have made a huge contribution to the world’s understanding of many aspects of the pandemic.

  • London Business Matters September / October 2021

    September 2021

    Why China's Greater Bay Area Matters for London

    As global economic patterns change, the city is well-placed to leverage its outwardlooking nature, rich and diverse business expertise and strong international connections to capture a critical new opportunity in Asia – the emergence of the Greater Bay Area.

  • London Business Matters July / August 2021

    July 2021

    London Gateway – gearing up for an exciting future

    The UK capital is the global centre for a host of maritime bodies and industries – the Baltic Exchange, International Maritime Organisation, Lloyds Register – as well for marine insurance, maritime law, and banking.

  • London Business Matters May / June 2021

    May 2021

    Exploring the gardens at Buckingham Palace

    The garden at Buckingham Palace will open to visitors from July to September this year, allowing the grounds of HM The Queen’s official London residence to be explored through a self-guided tour for the first time.

  • London Business Matters April 2021

    April 2021

    Whitechapel Gallery 120th anniversary

    The gallery’s inaugural exhibition Modern Pictures by Living Artists, Pre- Raphaelites and Old Masters was presented in 1901 and attracted 260,000 visitors. 

  • London Business Matters March 2021

    March 2021

    Celebrating Chinese Culture in the Year of the Ox

    The inaugural Global SinoPhoto Award winners were announced last month to coincide with Chinese New Year festivities at the start of the Year of the Ox.

  • London Business Matters February 2021

    February 2021

    UK-EU trade - Getting to grips with the new procedures

    Few would describe cross-border trade activity as business as usual and headlines in newspapers have told a consistent story. ‘One in ten lorries turned back at border in post-Brexit chaos’ gives a flavour

  • London Business Matters December 2020 / January 2021

    December 2020

    New Beginnings

    Installations on a grand scale are more usually the domain of the Tate Modern, but this winter it is Tate Britain, a mile along the Thames, which is capturing the imagination.

  • London Business Matters November 2020

    November 2020

    Time capsule of the pandemic

    A year ago it would have been impossible to imagine – Regent Street empty at 9am on a weekday, Trafalgar Square without a tourist (or even a person) in sight, and City Hall a seemingly-deserted relic against the city’s skyline Wayne Howes sought out these scenes of the capital during the first months of Covid-19 and captured them for a series of eerie but stunning photographs that form his new book, London in Lockdown. 

  • London Business Matters October 2020

    October 2020

    Unique Central London needs a recovery plan

    Central London is unique – as the nation’s capital city, in the value it brings to the whole country, and as the leading global city of talent, culture, commerce and infrastructure. It is also unique in the challenges it faces and the role it must play in the recovery of the national economy.

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