Like many members and LBM readers, the LCCI is an SME without a dedicated risk management team to plan a way through the challenges presented by Coronavirus. We can all learn from each other and below Deborah Jarvis, the Chamber’s operations director, shares the way the LCCI has approached the situation so that companies can
The spread of coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) is a potentially high-impact event, outside of the control of businesses. But what rights do you have if you or your suppliers are prevented from performing your contractual obligations due to the coronavirus outbreak?
With close to nine in ten businesses in the capital not currently employing apprentices, the LCCI and London Councils have called for a fully devolved apprenticeship service for London – something that new research shows business supports.
The Department for Education launched its campaign for T Levels on 7 October. London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) welcomes this and hopes it is the beginning of a concerted effort to raise awareness of the new qualification, especially with employers.
London is undoubtedly a great place in which to work and live. The UK capital is a global hub for business and culture, attracting a growing number of commercial headquarters and strong inward investment.
Earlier this summer over 150 LCCI members attended an ‘in conversation’ event with Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London. In a packed City Hall chamber – the same space where the monthly Question Time is held with the London Assembly– the Mayor outlined his priorities for the capital.