Voice of Business
One of the core missions for the West Cheshire & North Wales Chamber of Commerce is to provide a voice for our members and the local business community. It is our goal to ensure that the voice of business – whatever the size – is heard when decisions are made in local, regional and national government.
The Chamber regularly engages with its members, and the business community as a whole, to find out the issues that are affecting them. Strong connections with the local authorities in our region, and our affiliation with the British Chamber’s of Commerce, means that if there is an issue affecting your business the Chamber can act on your behalf and give your views to the people that make the decisions.
So if your business is, for example, hampered by red tape, slow broadband speeds or you have strong views on the economy, then please feel free to email the Chamber’s policy executive Matt Hodgson for more information on how the chamber can represent your business.
Our Current Activities
The West Cheshire and North Wales Chamber of Commerce celebrates its centenary in 2021. With this incredible achievement in mind, the Chamber has created Vision 2021, a strategic vision that aims to, not only enhance the Chamber, but drive our economy forward.Find Out More
Business Brexit Priorities
Since the historic referendum result last June, Chambers of Commerce have been in deep consultation with local business communities across the United Kingdom – to ensure that, together, we are addressing the key business Brexit priorities for the UK government’s forthcoming negotiations.Find Out More
Quarterly Economic Survey
The Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) is the largest and most representative independent business survey of its kind in the UK for organisations and companies of all shapes and sizes. The QES is a powerful tool for representing the voice of business to Government and your input will help shape the lobbying efforts of the Chamber network.Find Out More
Campaign for Welsh Business 2015-2020
The Chambers of Commerce in Wales have set out what we believe are the key priorities to build a sustainable economy for Wales entitled the ‘Campaign for Welsh Business 2015-2020’.Find Out More
Bridging The Gap Between Education & Business
Ensure secondary schools are assessed on employment outcomes to better prepare young people for work– focusing schools not just on ‘teaching to the test’, but also on developing the employability and life skills needed to get into, and get on in the workplace.Find Out More
North Wales Business Whitepaper
In November 2015, the North Wales Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with DTM Legal, carried out a study of 50 businesses in North Wales.Read the Full Report Here