Upcoming Chamber Events
Norfolk Chambers is renowned for organising high quality businesses events and caters for every person and business. Our 80 events are attended by over 5,000 delegates each year with all including the opportunity for networking.
Introduction to the Business & IP Centre Norfolk and how it can help your business
Having the right information at your fingertips at the right time is critical in helping you make informed decisions about your business.
This live and interactive webinar provides clear and precise advice for all customer service, sales and office staff. Businesses and staff need to get back to work but need to do so safely.
This webinar is highly recommended for all staff and managers and will cover the following:
Investing in the physical and emotional wellbeing of your team and family has never been as important as now. Massage boosts your immune system, improves digestions, helps you sleep and can lift your mood.
5 Ways To Boost Your Immune System
At WellBeing International, their clients are asking for help with how to boost their immune system and how to feel confident in these unusual times. Their online "Boost You!" programme has been phenomenally successful; they sold every place in 3 days! In this little taster, Kate will give you ideas on how to improve your immune system naturally.
Existing client relationships have never been more important and companies that have effective processes will go from strength to strength.
In today’s world client retention is key!
Serendipity is the coming together of chance and a system ready to make the most of that chance. The role of serendipity in innovation and business development has been identified through stories - we all have a tale about a lucky break that made us.
Following on from our Restart, Rebuild and Renew outlook for business, the BCC jointly with the British Chambers of Commerce in France will look at the impact Coronavirus has had on business and trade in their country.
Talking Tech is a half-day conference bringing together local and national speakers for an interactive and inspiring event. The event is made up of keynote speakers, panel discussions, a tech themed exhibition and over 150 business attendees.
With global economic conditions likely to remain challenging in the near term, and the impact of the global pandemic and upcoming end of the transition period making way for further uncertainty for UK business, Dr Adam Marshall, BCC Director General will be joined in conversation by Andrew Bailey