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Member Sectors and Employee Size

From the hard-working SME to the busy multi-national firm, the Chambers works with all businesses of all shapes and sizes across all sectors. Below is our membership organisation broken down by member sectors and by employee size.


Our members by sector

  • Section A
  • Section B
  • Section C
  • Section D
  • Section E
  • Section F
  • Section G
  • Section H
  • Section I
  • Section J
  • Section K
  • Section L
  • Section M
  • Section N
  • Section O
  • Section P
  • Section Q
  • Section R
  • Section S
  • Section T
  • Section U

What are SIC Codes and why do we use them as classification?

A Standard Industrial Classification code or SIC code describes the main business activity of a company – each company selects one or more codes that express the nature of their business from an official list of SIC codes.

It’s a system used by Companies House and other bodies including the Chamber to identify what companies do and to sort them into a number of business categories. The classification of each company is available for anyone to view on the public record.

If you would like to find out more about sectors, please click here.

  • Section A: Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing
  • Section B: Mining and Quarrying
  • Section C: Manufacturing
  • Section D: Electricity, Gas, Steam and Air Conditioning Supply
  • Section E: Water Supply; Sewerage, Waste Management and Remediation Activities
  • Section F: Construction
  • Section G: Wholesale and Retail Trade; Repair of Motor Vehicles and Motorcycles
  • Section H: Transportation and Storage
  • Section I: Accommodation and Food Service Activities
  • Section J: Information and Communication
  • Section K: Financial and Insurance Activities
  • Section L: Real Estate Activities
  • Section M: Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities
  • Section N: Administrative and Support Service Activities
  • Section O: Public Administration and Defence; Compulsory Social Security
  • Section P: Education
  • Section Q: Human Health and Social Work Activities
  • Section R: Arts, Entertainment and Recreation
  • Section S: Other Service Activities
  • Section T: Activities of Households as Employers; Undifferentiated Goods- and Services-producing Activities of Households for Own Use
  • Section U: Activities of Extraterritorial Organisations and Bodies

Our members by Employee Size

  • 1-5
  • 6-50
  • 100+
* Statistics accurate as of January 1st 2018