Oxfordshire Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Oxfordshire Chamber of Commerce


Oxfordshire hosts a broad range of businesses as well as major education and tourist industries. The University of Oxford is an academic centre of excellence, ranked No. 1 in the world for the fifth consecutive year (2020). The University hosts the largest volume of world-leading research in the country and is estimated to contribute £5.7 billion to the UK economy. The city itself has been listed as one of the best performing cities in the UK with the highest employment rate according to the 2020 Cities Outlook Report.

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TVCC Oxfordshire Team 

Sara Parris, Account Manager 

Narinder Multani, Account Manager

Robert Courts, MP for Witney and West Oxfordshire to a roundtable event on 21st May.  Find out more here 

Anneliese Dodds, MP for Oxford East to a roundtable event on 18th June.  Find out more here 

Oxfordshire LCAG

The Local Chamber Advisory Groups (LCAG’s) are the local representative bodies of TVCC, providing a forum for the elected members to meet and discuss local policy issues. Working with key stakeholders across the Thames Valley region, each of the individual LCAGs has their own local policy priority statements (LPPS), which have been developed by the Groups in consultation with their members. These documents reflect the policy issues affecting the respective areas and the focus for the LCAGs in working to help address and resolve them as an active voice for the business community.

To read Oxfordshire’s 2021 Local Policy Priority Statement, click HERE

“The Oxfordshire LCAG members (who are from a broad range of different business sectors across the County) and I are committed to enhancing and promoting doing business in Oxfordshire and the market strengths of the region to ensure that it remains a destination of choice for business investment. Oxford’s significant contribution to UK plc from businesses of all sizes, across an array of sectors, reflects the continued success of the region as one of the UK’s most competitive regions outside of London.”

Phil Southall, President