Richmond Chamber of Commerce
The Voice of Business and Premier Business Network
Promotes, represents and develops business of all sizes across the area to deliver a prosperous economy for all the community.
An independent non profit organisation since 1901, funded by membership, event, advertising PR and sponsorship fees delivering services such as: mentoring, advertising, sponsorship, Brexit support, Awards, investors, networking, knowledge transfer, training, marketing, business contacts,government and local authority representations, CSR, local community connections and much, much more.
Start-ups, self employed, SMEs to international corporates join from Barnes, Mortlake, Ham, Petersham, The Hamptons, Kew, Richmond, Sheen, St Margarets, Teddington, Twickenham & Whitton, wider London, the home counties and from across the UK; these businesses participate, benefit and contribute to our area’s prosperity. Our network is welcoming, professional and relaxed and our regular events, seminars, masterclasses and high profile Richmond Business Awards and Brexit Meetings are in beautiful venues across the area including at the House of Lords and at various times to suit all diaries.
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Sir Vince Cable, leader of the Liberal Democrats talks about the last stages of Brexit
Here’s just some of the advantages of being a member of the Chamber:
- Our team will connect you with our members so you can do business locally
- Free Mentoring will help you raise your top and bottom lines and generally improve your business’ performance
- As a member you can advertise to a target audience of over 5000 local businesses through our website and newsletters and also sponsor events
- Members benefit from £600 +VAT upwards of free advertising
- Take advantage of exclusive member-to-member benefits such as discounts and for example 30 minutes free legal advice and exclusive prices for digital print media advertising in the RTT newspaper
Come and join us and not only make a difference, but benefit from seminars, training and interesting networking events ranging from breakfasts and lunches to early evening social gatherings.The Chamber’s members span from one person start-ups seeking guidance to national companies and public organisations establishing local links as part of their corporate social responsibility; businesses such as Barclays Bank, London Square, St George’s and PayPal.
“Richmond Chamber of Commerce continues to impress me and based on my travels to many Chambers of Commerce across the UK, Richmond Chamber really is the best, delivering excellent services to our businesses across the area. I encourage all the businesses I meet across my constituency to join and participate.”
– Sir Vince Cable Former SOS for Business, Leader of the Liberal Democrats and MP for Twickenham at the Richmond Business Awards at the RFU 2018
“Whilst I have not visited as many Chambers of Commerce as Sir Vince Cable, I hear only excellent things about the Richmond Chamber of Commerce and urge all businesses to join and enjoy all the services they offer, as I remain extremely impressed by all they do for our businesses.”
– Zac Goldsmith MP for Richmond Park at the Richmond Business Awards at the RFU 2018
‘A range of businesses sponsor Richmond Chamber Commerce events as they benefit from communicating their message to over 5000 businesses via our digital media, but also in person at our events in stunning and unique venues such as The Lensbury, The House of Lords and the RFU Stadium at Twickenham.’
– Richmond Chamber of Commerce
The Richmond Chamber of Commerce and Richmond Business Awards organised with the Richmond and Twickenham Times
Richmond Chamber of Commerce Brexit, The Great Debate 2016
Anne Newton CEO introduces Richmond Chamber’s High Street Strategies Seminar 30th April at York House sponsored by Richmond Council with the following updates: Small Retailer Relief Scheme, Business Rates updates: and last year’s Richmond Council Accounts.
Chamber Survey: Spring Budget
The Richmond Chamber of Commerce represents businesses and non-profits of all types, from start-ups to corporates and as such, we welcome your perspective on the Spring Budget.
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Chamber Survey: Europe – tell us what your business needs
Join us on Friday 20th May when we meet at RACC in central Richmond to discuss Europe In or Out – BREMAIN or BREXIT. Our panel includes Former SOS Government Minister Sir Vince Cable, Sunday Times’ Ian Coxon, David Campbell Bannerman Conservative MEP and UKIP’s MEP Gerard Batten. We have canapes and wine for you to enjoy and an interesting evening planned – the decision Europe In or Out is in your hands…