04/09/2019 - The French Chamber of Great Britain to organise its second edition of B2B matchmaking event: LEBRIDGE19
The second edition of the French Chamber of Great Britain’s successful B2B matchmaking event, LEBRIDGE19, will take place on November 25 at the Microsoft Reactor.
As the largest Foreign Chamber of Commerce in the UK, with 540 member companies representing more than 200,000 jobs, we welcome a vision that addresses key concerns of the business community.
On 13th June, HURR Collective (HURR) won the French Chamber of Great Britain’s inaugural ‘Sustainable Start-Up Award’, heading a field of five shortlisted start-ups from twenty applications. The award was presented at the second edition of the London Luxury Think Tank (LLTT), on ‘What makes luxury sustainable?’ It recognises HURR Collective as a young company exemplifying the value of sustainability.
The French Chamber of Great Britain has announced the election of Fabrice Bernhard, co-Founder and CTO of Theodo as its new Deputy President. Bernhard, together with President, Fabienne Viala, were officially elected at the French Chamber’s Annual General Meeting on Thursday 20 June 2019.
On 7 March, a delegation of French Chamber members will visit innovative London based facilities selected by London & Partners, led by HE Mr Jean-Pierre Jouyet, French Ambassador to the UK, and Fabienne Viala, President of the French Chamber of Great Britain and Chairman of Bouygues UK.
The French Chamber of Great Britain reveals the winners of the FBBA 2018
The Board of the French Chamber of Great Britain has appointed Fabienne Viala, Chairman of Bouygues UK and UK Country Director of Bouygues Construction’s businesses as its new President on 25 September 2018.
On the 12th of June, the French Chamber of Great Britain received a Certificate of membership from the Continuing Professional Development Certification Service (CPD) for its Forums.
These Awards recognise the achievements and innovative spirit of French and British companies, and encourage the further development of cross-Channel trade and investment.
A survey conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of 13 foreign Chambers of Commerce in the UK finds the overwhelming majority (82%) of foreign businesses say they are either “not very” or “not at all confident” that a positive outcome for the UK will be achieved from the Brexit negotiations by March 2019.
07/04/2017 - La Chambre de Commerce Française de Grande-Bretagne publie, en version bilingue, une nouvelle édition de son guide 'The HR Guide'
Ce guide offre un aperçu des pratiques RH et du droit du travail local aux entreprises, soit déjà établies au Royaume-Uni, soit à celles qui ont pour projet de s’y implanter. Recrutement, conditions de travail, niveaux de salaires et charges, etc., vous trouverez tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur les RH au Royaume-Uni.
This guide provides an overview of HR practices and employment law in the UK, aimed at French businesses that have or are intending to set up in Britain. Working conditions, salaries or payroll...it covers the full range of HR topics, and reflects the strong legal basis of the UK employment landscape.
The 2017 Intercultural Trophy, presented by the French Chamber of Great Britain and sponsored by AXA, has been awarded to Frenger International.
These Awards recognise the achievements and innovative spirit of French and British companies, and encourage the further development of cross-Channel trade and investment. France is already the third-largest investor in the UK and has a £12.2bn trade surplus with Britain.
The French Chamber of Great Britain is proud to announce the nominees of the 2016 Franco-British Business Awards, which will take place in London on Wednesday 30 November 2016.
The Franco-British Business Awards (FBBA), organised by the French Chamber of Great Britain under the high patronage of the French Ambassador to the UK and the British Ambassador to France, were launched in 2000 to celebrate trade and investment on both sides of the Channel.
On 14 June, over 400 members of the Franco-British business community came together at the French Chamber’s Annual Gala Dinner and showed generous support for Positive Planet and, in particular a project launched in Madagascar in 2010, which supports three mutual health organisations and a management platform called Zina
An overwhelming majority of international businesses (78%) from seven countries believe that Brexit would be negative for them, according to a survey by Ipsos MORI.
The Intercultural Trophy, presented by the French Chamber of Great Britain since 1997 and sponsored by AXA, was awarded to Boulle International this year.