Got a question? Check below and see if we have the answer to our most frequently asked questions. If you still have a question and we’ve been unable to answer it, please contact us on 0845 603 6650 or email us on membership@birmingham-chamber.com.

The easiest way to book onto a Chamber event is by visiting the events page of our website and booking online. You will need your company’s membership number in order to book online. If you are unsure of your membership number, please call 0845 603 6650.

No. The GBCC is open to all sectors and sizes.

Aside from Future Faces, our young professionals network, which is an individual membership, all other Chamber memberships are for the whole organisation to take advantage of. We just ask that we have a named contact at the member organisation.

Yes – our events team will always be on hand to introduce you to other members at our events. In addition, 1813 Club members may request personal introductions to members of their choice by speaking to their account manager.

Definitely! You can earn shopping vouchers by referring a business! Simply fill in the referral form here and let us do the hard work for you.

Download the application Form here and return to us.

Membership is annual and lasts for a whole year. Your membership will start once you have received your welcome pack containing your membership number. You will be alerted once your membership is up for renewal with details how to renew for the forthcoming year.

Drop us an email on membership@birmingham-chamber.com or talk to us on our online chat tool!

Preliminary strengthening works on Burton Bridge will start in May ahead of a major improvement scheme planned for later in the summer. The work is part of a £6.1million refurbishment project to safeguard the future use of both St. Peter’s Bridge and Burton Bridge. Most of the work is being carried out from beneath the bridge and will not affect traffic using it. However the footway/cycleway that runs under the first span of the bridge will be diverted during the works. This phase of the scheme will start on Tuesday May 8 and is expected to take around 12 weeks to complete. Resurfacing and upgrading of gullies will start in June. The works on Burton Bridge planned for later in the summer follow extensive refurbishments on St Peter’s Bridge last year which were completed in the autumn ahead of schedule. The funding for the project is part of the multi-million pound Highway Challenge Fund from the Department for Transport.

Yes we do, we are based within Burton & South Derbyshire College, come and have a coffee anytime with Pam Wallis, Maxine Darrock or Chris Plant. You can contact us on 01283 535 640

Andrew Griffiths MP is MP for Burton. He is Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. His specific responsibilities include Small Business, the Low Pay Commission, British Business Bank and the retail sector.

The Chambers of Commerce’s annual Let’s Do Business exhibition takes place every June at Uttoxeter Racecourse. The County wide exhibition, which is free to attend for delegates and will host over one hundred exhibitors, has become an annual centrepiece of the local business scene. Delegate places are free of charge, and in each of the previous three years the expo has seen over 1,000 visitors making the most of a great opportunity to network, raise profiles and build business.

Yes, Burton & District Chamber is partner in the Staffordshire Women in Business Network - the group has always prided itself on offering a fresh approach to networking for women, welcoming between 50 and 80 ladies at each event, offering vibrant professional networking combined with a varied programme of activities, including wellbeing seminars, workshops and training.

Nik Hardy, Managing Director of Hardy Signs is the current President of Burton & District Chamber. His term runs until May 2020