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chambers of commerce


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British Chambers of Commerce

Chambers of Commerce

chambers of commerce

chambers of commerce

Chambers of Commerce

British Chambers of Commerce

British Chambers of Commerce

Local Business Voice and the Chambers of Commerce

Elite and Official Interactive Movements toward Chambers of Commerce

TAYLOR, Ronald George (1935 - 2009), Director-General, British Chambers of Commerce (formerly Association of British Chambers of Commerce), 1984–98

TENNANT, Bernard (born 1930), Director of Retail, British Chambers of Commerce, 1993–95

WILFORD, Thomas Mason (1870 - 1939), KC 1929; Deputy Chairman Federation Chambers of Commerce of British Empire

DUNWOODY, Robert Browne (1879 - 1966), Secretary Association of British Chambers of Commerce, 1912–46

BARTELL, Kenneth George William (1914 - 1993), Past President, British Chambers of Commerce in Continental Europe; Past President (twice) and Honorary Vice-President, British Chamber of Commerce, France

WILLIAMS, Henry Morton Leech (1913 - 1989), farmer; Managing Director, Guest, Keen, Williams Ltd, 1952–62; President, Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and President, Associated Chambers of Commerce, India, 1960

NEWSOME, William Antony (born 1919), Director-General, Association of British Chambers of Commerce, 1974–84

MILEHAM, Peter (born 1943), DL; National President, British Chambers of Commerce, 2006–08 (Director, 2002–08)

LONGWORTH, John (born 1958), Chairman, SVA Ltd, since 2008; Director General, British Chambers of Commerce, since 2011

ENTWISTLE, John Nicholas McAlpine (born 1941), Consultant Solicitor, Davies Wallis Foyster, 1992–2004; President, British Chambers of Commerce, 1998–2000

 

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In the UK, a voluntary organization, existing in most towns, of commercial, industrial, and trading businessmen who represent their joint interests to local and central government. The London Chamber of Commerce is the largest such organization in the UK. Most UK chambers of commerce are affiliated to British Chambers of Commerce, which represents their interests to government. Formerly, a distinction was recognized between chambers of commerce and chambers of trade, which represented local retailers and had a more limited range of interests. This distinction is now obsolete, with many organizations having the official title ‘chamber of trade and commerce’.

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