The Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Group works with businesses across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Swindon to help them achieve their full business potential. We do this by offering members a range of services including business advice, networking events, training and international trade support.
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We are one of the largest Chambers accredited by the British Chambers of Commerce in the UK, and are the only accredited Chamber in the region.
Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Group is: recognised as the leading voice of business, representing micro to major multinational organisations; a ‘Centre for Excellence’ providing international trade services and global representation; committed to long-term relationships with members and providing them with relevant, value added services that help, support and protect regional, national and international business.
To find out more about the Thames Valley region, its global brands, market opportunity, talent and innovation visit the new Inward Investment Web Portal www.thamesvalley.co.uk
Call us on 01753 870500 for an appointment or for more information.
||The second Thames Valley International Technology Conference took place at Microsoft Campus in Reading, supported by hosts Microsoft, Cisco, Heathrow Airport, Pitmans LLP and UK Trade & Investment.
With over 200 delegates, 24 speakers and a fascinating agenda, the Conference delivered inspiring, insightful presentations and panel debates.
Did you miss the day – check out what delegates had to say
For an insight into the full agenda visit www.tvtechconf.co.uk
||Leaders share insights at the prestigious “Windsor Debates” March 27, 2015
Open to the Chamber’s “Business Alliance” members. We also welcome Chief Executives of leading global or major companies.
Over 24 hours of high level insights and the opportunity for deep networking with fellow leaders within the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Click here to hear from our business leaders about the Windsor Debates and the economic environment