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BCC Conference Comes To Liverpool July 16, 2007

Posted by liverpoolchamber in 2008, Arena & Convention Centre, British Chambers of Commerce, Business, Capital of Culture 2008, Culture, Events, Liverpool, News.
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Artist’s impression of completed arena

Mark the 28th April 2008 in your diaries, the British Chamber of Commerce‘s Conference has now been officially launched.

The BCC conference, usually held in London, is the premier event in the business calendar.

This year the British Chambers are moving their conference to Liverpool. David Frost, Director General of the BCC said: “The combination of the professionalism of Liverpool Chamber, Capital of Culture Year 2008 and the availability of the new convention centre (pictured above) makes the city a first class location for this prestigious event.”

The theme of the conference is helping local companies to win global business. Keynote speakers will be from the very top echelons of national and international business.

Liverpool Chamber Chief Jack Stopforth explained: “Hosting this conference represents a great milestone. It’s very significant for us, especially in 2008. It’s a great opportunity to showcase what the city has achieved and the challenges that still lie ahead.”

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