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Patron Membership

London Chamber of Commerce and Industry is London’s key hub for the business community. We connect our members to new opportunities, influence and knowledge, and champion London’s business community in the forums that matter.  LCCI’s Patron membership is an exclusive opportunity for thought-leading businesses that are critical to London’s economy and committed to driving prosperity and growth across the UK.

Patron Members play a leading role working alongside LCCI providing much needed support and advice to London’s business community with a platform to showcase and promote their services, a positioning as trusted advisers and a profile as champions of industry.

 

 

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About Patron Membership

Patron membership is designed for organisations who wish to be part of LCCI’s policy impact agenda, providing progressive thought-leadership and collaborative problem solving to influence London’s position as a world city. 

Patron Members have opportunities to share their expertise, experience and advice to London’s business community, giving them a platform to showcase and promote their products and services with positioning as trusted advisers and champions of industry.

A Bespoke Package of Benefits

Positioning as Leaders and Champions of the Business Community

Positioning as Leaders and Champions of the Business Community

Engage with high profile speakers, including MPs, Commissioners and key influencers at LCCI's events. Raise concerns to prominent policy makers and business leaders through LCCI's policy and campaigning work.

 

Policy Insights

Policy Insights

Patron Members provide support for collaborative research and are associated with our policy updates and discussions which lie at the heart of key issues that matter to businesses. Patron Members benefit from access to a named LCCI policy lead, participation in policy development groups and relevant policy research.

High Level Connections

High Level Connections

Patron Members benefit from high-level engagement with the LCCI Senior Leadership team and are invited to attend unique and exclusive events reserved for our Patron Members and key stakeholders, including private lunches and visits to key infrastructure projects. Also included in Patron membership are two complimentary places at all LCCI networking events, access to market intelligence reports and mailing lists, and use of the LCCI Members' Lounge. 

Member Committees

Member Committees

Patron Members can participate in member-led committees for LCCI's business groups and associations, including Asian Business Association, Black Business Association, Environment, Sustainability & Green Growth, Property & Construction, City of London Chamber, International Trade, Skills & Innovation, Women in Business, and Aviation.

Programme Partner

Programme Partner

Become a Programme Partner of an LCCI thematic or business group that links to your objectives. Programme Partners play a meaningful and active role in supporting and shaping a dedicated LCCI sector, theme, or interest group focused on specific objectives through which they are awarded a significant opportunity to raise brand awareness and present their expertise to a wider audience.

Dedicated Account Management

Dedicated Account Management

Patron membership is a tailored programme designed to connect your company with decision makers and business leaders across the capital. Patron Members have a dedicated Account Manager who support them in designing activities that best meet their needs and facilitate introductions, thus maximising value and opportunity.

Meet our Patron Members and Programme Partners

  • Besso Limited

    Besso Limited provide access to global insurance and reinsurance markets, and have a team of experts who handle a huge variety of risks through our specialist divisions. Versatility and reliability are hallmarks of the Besso brand.

  • British Museum

    The British Museum was founded in 1753 as the first national public museum of the world. Our eight million objects allow us to explore the extraordinary diversity of human cultures, from small communities to vast empires, to discover the many forms and expressions human beings have given to every aspect of life, and to realise how closely they are interconnected.

  • CIBC

    CIBC is a leading and well-diversified North American-based financial institution built upon focused ESG principles, innovative thinking and leading technology and is committed to creating enduring value for our clients, team, communities and shareholders. In the UK and Europe, CIBC Capital Markets provides best-in-class insight, advice and execution across corporate banking, global markets, investment banking and research to institutional, corporate and public sector clients. CIBC Innovation Banking serves the innovation economy by providing valuable access, capital and connections when it matters most. Our team and network help make today’s companies, tomorrow’s market leaders.

  • Haysmacintyre

    Haysmacintyre is an award winning firm of chartered accountants and tax advisors, providing specialist advice to entrepreneurs, fast-growing and owner-managed businesses, and not for profit organisations across the UK and internationally.

  • Heathrow

    Heathrow is the UK’s only hub airport - a gateway to over 80 long-haul destinations - facilitating the global travel and trade that keeps the UK economy moving. Heathrow is also Britain’s busiest, in 2021, Heathrow served 19.4 million passengers, an average of 128,178 a day, alongside handling 1.4 million tonnes of cargo. It’s a place like no other – a city within a city – where colleagues connect around a common goal, to give passengers the best airport service in the world.

  • HSBC

    HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. We serve approximately 40 million customers through our global businesses: Wealth and Personal Banking, Commercial Banking, and Global Banking & Markets. Our network covers 63 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, North America and Latin America. We’re here to use our unique expertise, capabilities, breadth and perspectives to open up a world of opportunity for our customers.

  • IAG

    International Airlines Group (IAG) is one of the world's largest airline groups. Before the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic it operated with a fleet of 531 aircraft to 279 destinations and carried around 118 million passengers each year. It is a Spanish registered company with shares traded on the London Stock Exchange and Spanish Stock Exchanges.

  • Landmark Space

    Businesses evolve in unexpected ways, but with Landmark Space there’s no need to worry about outgrowing your workspace. Contracts are simple, transparent, and flexible, so adapting is easy. Whether you require 1 desk or 500, Landmark Space offers ideal serviced office space across 31 prime London locations, and 8 others in 6 major cities across the UK. Access to Coworking Space in 16 locations, bookable Meeting Rooms & Day Offices, and Virtual Offices, extends your workspace to wherever you need. Our friendly, professional staff serve more than 11,500 clients every day and are always on hand to help.

  • London City

    London City Airport (LCY) is London's most central airport, offering passengers safe, careful and speedy journeys to and from the capital. LCY is just a short hop from Canary Wharf, while the City of London can be reached in as little as 20 minutes on the DLR directly from the airport’s own station. The attractions of the West End are only another 10 minutes away.

  • London Gatwick Airport

    Gatwick is the UK’s second largest airport and flies a range of both short and long-haul point-to-point services. The airport is a vital piece of the UK’s national infrastructure and is also a major driver for the economies of the South East and Greater London. 15 million people can get to the airport within one hour, and Gatwick is the most connected airport in the country by rail.

  • London Stansted Airport

    London Stansted Airport is the third busiest airport in the London system, serving 200 destinations across 40 countries. A market leader for short-haul travel across Europe, it also has daily flights to Dubai and serves as a major cargo hub in support of the London economy.

  • London Symphony Orchestra

    The London Symphony Orchestra was established in 1904 and has been the Barbican’s Resident Orchestra since 1982. Each year the LSO presents some 70 concerts in London and over 50 concerts throughout the UK and worldwide, plus an extensive programme of online broadcasts that reach millions of music lovers worldwide. The Orchestra also runs its own world-leading learning and community programme, LSO Discovery, and has released over 200 recordings on its own label, LSO Live. Through captivating live performances, educational programmes and technological innovations, the LSO’s reach extends far beyond the concert hall – inspiring hearts and minds through extraordinary music-making.

  • Luton Rising

    Luton Rising is a business and social enterprise owned by Luton Council for community benefit. Our largest asset is London Luton Airport, and we are proud to be the owner of the most socially impactful airport in the country, supporting and improving lives across the communities we serve. We make a major economic contribution to the region, and aim to be one of the greenest airports.

  • Middlesex University London

    We are a connected and collaborative global learning community with over 35,000 students across three linked campuses in London, Mauritius and Dubai. We offer unique opportunities for our students, staff and partners to study, work and create change.

  • Philharmonia

    The Philharmonia Orchestra is one of the world’s leading symphony orchestras. It was founded in 1945, and Finnish conductor Santtu-Matias Rouvali took up the baton as Principal Conductor in 2021. The Orchestra is made up of 80 outstanding musicians, each giving their all to contribute to the renowned Philharmonia sound. Herbert von Karajan, Otto Klemperer, Arturo Toscanini, Riccardo Muti and Esa-Pekka Salonen are just a few of the great artists to be associated with the Philharmonia, and the Orchestra has premiered works by Richard Strauss, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and many others.

  • Thames Freeport

    Thames Freeport is an economic zone connecting Ford’s world-class Dagenham engine plant to the global ports at DP World London Gateway and Forth Ports’ Port of Tilbury. Thames Freeport will drive new investment, jobs, skills and the adoption of greener technology.

  • SSE

    Part of SSE plc, the UK and Ireland's largest renewable electricity generator, SSE Energy Solutions provides gas and electricity to 500,000 business premises across the UK. SSE Energy Solutions also invests in, builds and connects localised flexible infrastructure to drive the long-term performance of energy assets.

  • UPS

    Operating in more than 220 countries and territories, UPS is committed to moving our world forward by delivering what matters. Beginning as a small messenger service started by enterprising teenagers and a $100 loan, UPS and its more than 500,000 UPSers around the globe are a transportation and logistics leader, offering innovative solutions to customers, big and small. UPS understands and appreciates its responsibility to help build safer, stronger and more resilient communities founded on justice and economic opportunity for all, supported by a healthy, sustainable global environment.

  • IGH Hotels & Resorts

    IHG Hotels & Resorts is a global hospitality company, with a purpose to provide True Hospitality for Good. It has 6,300 open hotels in more than 100 countries, and a development pipeline of over 2,000 properties. IHG has a family of 19 hotel brands and IHG One Rewards, one of the world's largest hotel loyalty programmes.

  • Pool Re

    Pool Re is the Government backed reinsurer for terrorism. We provide confidence and resilience to the UK economy, whilst seeking to return risk to the private market. As a world leading public private partnership, we are an example of how Government and the insurance industry can work together to provide an imaginative solution to managing otherwise uninsurable risk.

Policy and Public Impact

LCCI are champions of the London business community and aim to generate shared prosperity for London and the whole of the UK. We strive to make London the exemplar for sustainable economic growth and the best city in the world for business trade and investment. As London’s most representative business support organisation, we use our voice to campaign and champion key London business issues in forums of policy debate and influence in City Hall, Parliament, Local Government, and Whitehall.

LCCI’s policy work draws on our members’ experiences in the areas that matter to them most to contribute to consultations, enquiries, and debates. LCCI is also secretariat for the APPG for London as a Global City, which brings parliamentarians and London businesses together to promote London’s global position. LCCI research covers many critical topics including sustainability, skills, diversity, housing, transport, infrastructure and trade. 

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Patron Member Testimonial

Patron activities are great value, providing senior-level platform for discussing key issues with industry and leading politicians
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John Holland-Kaye
Chief Executive Officer, Heathrow

Become a Patron Member

Patron membership offers multiple touch points to raise profile and promote services to a target audience with a seat at the table at the very highest level, opportunities to be a part of conversations at all levels and a shared common ground to bring support, insight, and advice to bear on the most pressing challenges facing London’s business community. To arrange a call to discuss Patron membership, please complete the contact form below or email patronteam@londonchamber.co.uk 



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