Register now for the British Chamber's 2nd annual London Visit, organised in partnership with Interel. Stretching over two full days, the visit is a unique opportunity to meet influencers and decision makers in London and UK business, policy and academia.
The UK has long stood as the world’s foremost market for secure property acquisitions. Whilst Brexit rocked the boat, the market has proven resilient. Residential property, as you know, is always about the right place at the right time. Join us as we present our property partners to talk through the key areas in the UK to buy now and how to take advantage of the unprecedented currency opportunity. Currently property projects are also available in Berlin, Chicago, Brisbane and Melbourne.
Brexit's impact on BelgiumModerated by former CNN bureau chief & correspondent Patricia KellyPanellists TBCThursday, November 10 at 19:00St. John's International SchoolWaterloo, Belgiumwww.stjohns.beSupported by:The British Chamber of Commerce in BelgiumThe Brussels Times
Belgium: My home in Europe? The ins and outs of becoming a Belgian voter, dual national and active citizen
How many years have you lived now in Belgium? After the Brexit referendum, do you feel disenfranchised and still feel like a European citizen? Perhaps it’s time to recognise your new roots here in Belgium, demand your voice be heard, volunteer for a local organisation or become a dual citizen.
Expat Financial Affairs offers essential advice in English on managing your finances as an expat in Belgium.
Diversity Dialogues: Lunch with Elisabeth Werner, Head of Cabinet to Vice President Kristalina Georgieva
“I am happy to see that so many excellent women are working at the highest levels of the Commission, and encouraging other women to do the same”, said Kristalina Georgieva, Commission Vice-President for Budget and Human Resources in a statement early this year.
Join us for our cocktail 'de la rentrée' where you will have the opportunity to discover the delicious nibbles from Brussels Events, our brand new catering partners.
The vote on the 23rd of June set the wheels in motion for Britain to leave the European Union. The impact it has had so far on Real Estate has been relatively minor, however this could change rapidly depending on the course of events. Join us for an interactive seminar where we will explore and assess the impact of Brexit on Real Estate and what it will mean for property values in the coming months and years.Seminar topics:• Effects of Brexit so far on Commercial & Residential Real Estate in UK and Belgium
The Ambassador Hosts: Kris Peeters, Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium: ‘How will Brexit affect the Belgian Economy and Business Climate?’
Join us for an exclusive lunch briefing with British Ambassador to Belgium Alison Rose and Belgian Deputy Prime Minister, Kris Peeters.Deputy Prime Minister Peeters will talk about the effect of Brexit on the Belgian Economy and the creation of a task force in order to prepare for and assess its effects. He will also discuss Belgian labour market reforms, his vision on how to fuel the social dialogue, and how the federal government plans to bridge the gap between employer’s federations and trade unions.
The Summer has arrived and the British Chamber invites you to celebrate with us at our Summer Cocktail! This will be your last chance to network with us before everybody packs up for their holidays and this time we'll be hosted in the gardens of Martin's Hotel Brussels, weather permitting of course! We look forward to seeing you!