The British Chambers of Commerce passionately believes that Business is good for Britain and represents the interests of over 104,000 businesses across 54 accredited local chamber branches in the UK. They play a central role in supporting businesses getting started in international trade, providing export help and vital shipping documentation.
From connecting UK businesses with International Chambers of Commerce and providing UK exporters with connections in new markets, to creating vital documentation needed to get goods shipped, including letters of credit, ATA Carnets and Certificates of Origin, the British Chambers of Commerce is central to supporting the UK export market.
So if you are thinking of getting started in international trade you can find your local accredited chambers of commerce here
Above: Marketing Director of DHL Express, Shannon Diett, speaking at the British Chambers of Commerce International Trade Conference 2013.
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To read more about how the British Chambers of Commerce can support you in getting started in export and all elements of out in international trade click here.