As the leading voice for business in the East Midlands, the Chamber continues to gather intelligence on the short, medium and long-term impact of the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
We are working with other Chambers through the British Chambers of Commerce to ensure we deliver, on behalf of our members and business generally, an informed, robust and comprehensive overview of real and potential challenges as well as opportunities that members face following the UK's decision to leave the EU.
The views and insights of our members since 23 June have been fed into broader research led by the BCC and is helping to shape national policy, including the BCC Brexit Transition Principles, to which we have subscribed.
Your continued involvement is essential to ensuring that together we shape a great future, that we maximise all the opportunities that will come from our eventual withdrawal from the EU and to ensuring that we recognise and avoid the potential pitfalls along the way.
If you have any other questions, observations or experiences you want to share with the Chamber, please email email@example.com.
As part of the process to inform and be informed, the Chamber has organised a programme of interactive seminars and workshops, designed to learn from members what their on-going concerns are and to arm them with the fullest possible understanding and knowledge of what post-Brexit conditions for business - locally, nationally and internationally - might look like.
Details of forthcoming events are listed below.
We are also determined to keep members informed of developments as they happen. Recent stories, ours and those from other sources, that will help to inform members can be found here.
In very late November, the Chamber led a delegation of leading regional businesses to Westminster to launch an eight-page report setting out what business wants from Brexit.
The report is called Shaping a Great Future: Leading Balanced and Sustainable Growth in a Post-Brexit Economy
The full story is Business tells Ministers what it wants from Brexit
Feedback: Nottingham East MP Chris Leslie on Chamber Brexit event at Westminster
Uploaded 16 January: May to say UK is 'prepared to accept hard Brexit'
Uploaded 16 January: UK 'could change economic model' if single market access denied
Uploaded 16 January: Corbyn - 'Chancellor's threats risk trade war with Europe'
Uploaded 16 January: Leaving single market would be 'devastating' for Wales
Uploaded 16 January: Pound falls ahead of Theresa May Brexit speech
Uploaded 16 January: Trump's first UK post-election interview: Brexit a 'great thing'
Uploaded 12 January: Bank of England may raise forecast for UK economy
Uploaded 11 January: UK in 'front seat' for US trade deal, top Republican says
Uploaded 11 January: 'Grown-up' Brexit talks urged by ex-EU commissioner
Uploaded 10 January: Pound falls to ten-week low after Theresa May's Brexit comments
Uploaded 10 January: May - Brexit can 'change Britain for the better'
Uploaded 10 January: Jeremy Corbyn warning over 'bargain basement' Brexit
Uploaded 9 January: UK at risk of Brexit 'catastrophe' warns Canadian trade expert
Uploaded 9 January: UK firms brace for further Brexit price rises, surveys show
Uploaded 9 January: May's hints at single market exit leaves Scotland sidelined
Uploaded 9 January: May - UK cannot keep 'bits' of EU membership
Uploaded 6 January: Civil servants demand Brexit workload pay rise
Uploaded 6 January: Chief economist of Bank of England admits errors in Brexit forecasting
Uploaded 5 January: 'Tough negotiator' Sir Tim Barrow is UK's new EU ambassador
Uploaded 5 January: May faces calls for regional immigration policy
Uploaded 4 January: Ambassador to EU quits and warns staff over 'muddled thinking'
Uploaded 3 January: Brexit - civil service faces 'bumpy ride' says union leader
Uploaded 3 January: Corbyn says he understands lack of trust in EU
News stories about Brexit have flowed thick and fast since Britain's historic vote on 23 June 2016 to leave the EU. They are far too numerous to continue to list on this page but have been archived to another page, available through this link, to provide a narrative for the process.
All of these events will discuss the EU Referendum at some stage on their agenda.
There are no public events planned for this side of Christmas but keep watching this space as we will upload next year's events as they are arranged. Enjoy your festive break.
Scott Knowles, the Chamber's Chief Executive, said: “The immediate priorities for UK business in the wake of the historic referendum result are market stability, economic security and political clarity.
“Business thrives on certainty. What business needs today is to see the road map Prime Minister Theresa May and her Government plan to use to navigate our exit from the EU, it needs clarity on important issues such as the status of EU workers during and beyond Brexit, it needs to know what our relationship is going to be with the EU and non-EU countries, what trade deals are being negotiated - in short, business needs to know where it will see green lights and where it will face red or amber lights and it needs to be consulted on and involved in all discussions to turn all the traffic lights green.''
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