Webinar: The Secret to Beating Brexit - A Forwarder's Perspective
This is a member-run event. Discover a Freight forwarding insiders strategy to de risking Brexit effects on your supply chain. A must attend free online webinar for anyone involved in European Trade. We will be sharing Brexit initiatives being driven by Unsworth and their...
Brexit Business Readiness
London business and Brexit: Reactions, expectations and requirements
This paper is the first publication from LCCI on Brexit and makes a series of recommendations to both Government and City Hall. It finds that London firms are navigating a number of uncertainties, with concerns over continuing access to skilled workers and the status of EU na...
Response to Lords EU Select Committee Brexit: ‘Deal or No Deal’ Inquiry
Avoiding a post-Brexit ‘cliff edge’ is a top priority for London business leaders. Post-Brexit, there must be a suitable arrangement in place to regulate Britain’s relationship with the European Union (EU), rather than a fall back on WTO rules (the ‘no deal’ outcome).
Permits, Points and Visas: Securing practical immigration for post-Brexit London
Immigration has underpinned London's economic, social and cultural development over centuries - making it the great city it is today. In wake of Brexit, this paper answers two key questions: how to practically treat the 771,000 EU nationals currently employed within London fi...
Moving Towards Brexit: London business views one year on from the EU referendum
This report marks the one year anniversary of the EU referendum, with a focus on what London businesses expect and need from the Brexit process. The priorities set out in this report, based on input from London business leaders from a wide range of industry sectors and compan...
LCCI reaction to the latest Brexit motions voting in Parliament
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive, Colin Stanbridge, comments on the latest Brexit motions voting in Parliament.
London Business Matters 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.
LCCI welcomes Brexit breakthrough but warns the hard work starts now
Responding to the news that the UK government and the European Commission have reached a deal to conclude the first phase of the Brexit negotiations, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Colin Stanbridge said: “News of a breakthrough will be welcomed by...