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 September 2017

    September 2017

    London Olympic site - five years on

    The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has become a focal point for the emergence of East London.


  • London Business Matters July/August 2017

    July 2017

    Businesses still do not have a cyber security plan

    Nearly half of small businesses don't have a cyber security plan for their businesses.



  • London Business Matters June 2017

    June 2017

    World class science and research in London

    Behind the scenes at Francis Crick Institute.



  • London Business Matters May 2017

    May 2017

    Building bridges and growing networks

    Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor of London on boosting London businesses. 



  • London Business Matters April 2017

    April 2017

    Message from London - we are open for business

    Tony Pidgley, CBE, LCCI President and CHairman of the Berkeley Group addresses delegates at MIPIM 2017.


  • London Business Matters March 2017

    March 2017

    London 'megacity' needs strong economic foundations

    Following the UK's vote to leave the EU, there is a pressing need to encourage and support British businesses to engage in international commerce.


  • London Business Matters February 2017

    February 2017

    LCCI urges London-bound rail services move to TfL

    Following the news that Transport Secretary CHris Grayling MP has decided not to hand over the running of suburban rail services to TfL, LCCI has said that the move is a backward step. 


  • London Business Matters December 2016 / January 2017

    January 2017

    Chancellor Hammond moves London in right direction

    Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that London will receive £3.15 billion as its share of national housing budget to deliver more than 90,000 homes. 


  • London Business Matters November 2016

    November 2016

    London - most powerful global city

    London has been named as the world's leading global city for business, innovation and culture for the fifth consecutive year according to a report released last month by the Mori Memorial Foundation's Urban Strategies Institute.


  • London Business Matters October 2016

    October 2016

    Brexit hiatus

    More than four in five London Businesses say increased investment in infrastructure is important for a UK economy in the period between the referendum and the start of Brexit negotiations. 


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