Welcome to the Chamber
As the capital city of Devon, Exeter is one of the country’s most vibrant and historic cities with a rich and diverse means of business and commerce.
Exeter Chamber of Commerce has been representing, informing and helping local businesses for decades and currently have close to 500 companies in its membership directory.
Chamber provides a focal point for industry and commerce in much of Devon and are committed to providing a voice for those businesses with our connections at local, regional and national government levels.
Exeter Chamber has a wide range of members trading not just locally, but worldwide and a full programme of events is organised and a practical sign-posting service is offered to members and commercial enquirers.About Us
ARE YOU READY FOR BREXIT?
It is vital that businesses are prepared for Brexit. Planning and preparation, expert advice and discussion with other businesses are crucial to making the journey through these changes easier. Brexit Ready Exeter is supporting businesses by delivering free Brexit Readiness Training with expert guests on the key issues and considerations for companies.
The Brexit Ready Exeter training covers the central topics of Employment, Data, Funding, Selling to the Public Sector, Intellectual Property and Import and Export and will include all aspects of Brexit with a focus on a no deal scenario.
To make the training easily accessible for every type of business the training talks, workshops and discussions will be repeated at two locations and times on Tuesday 29th October. Choose from either the breakfast training session at Sandy Park or the evening session at Exeter College.
Brexit Ready Exeter is a collaboration between Exeter Chamber of Commerce and InExeter, with funding from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
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Exeter is a dynamic and ever-growing city, full of innovation and industry leading businesses.
We want to further the growth of our city by showcasing Exeter based companies and the benefit of keeping business local. We hope that in turn this will positively impact the city’s B2B economy, create new jobs for local talent and build a thriving community of like-minded businesses.
Although we know that outsourcing business further afield can sometimes seem like the better option, we want to reduce the tendency for businesses to use suppliers outside of the city by providing easy access to cost effective local alternatives.
We aim to achieve this by partnering with local businesses who offer a service that our B2B community could be taking advantage of, encouraging local buying behaviour within the city.
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