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CHAMBER NEWS


Chamber Chief Executive takes on BCC role


Scott Knowles, Chief Executive at East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire), has joined the Non-Executive Leadership Team at the British Chambers of Commerce. The British Chambers of Commerce


sits at the heart of a unique network of businesses across the UK and has done for more than 150 years. Its 53 accredited Chambers – of


which East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) is one – is a network of trusted champions of businesses, places, and global trade. Together, the British Chambers of Commerce and its accredited Chambers represent tens of thousands of businesses of all shapes and sizes, which employ almost six million people across the UK. He joins the nine-strong Board,


which includes the British Chambers of Commerce’s President, Francis Martin CBE. Scott began his Chamber career


back in 1999 at the then North Derbyshire Chamber which, following


numerous mergers, became the Chamber as it is known today. He took over as Chief Executive at award-winning East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) in September 2015. Scott said: “I’m delighted to


represent East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) and the wider Chamber network nationally on the Board of the British Chambers of Commerce. The need for the voice of business to be heard locally, regionally, nationally and internationally has arguably never been more important than at this time and my appointment to the Board of the British Chambers of Commerce will ensure that the concerns of business and barriers to growth, especially in our region, can be articulated at the highest level. “I look forward to working


with my colleagues on the Board to support businesses across the UK.”


Scott Knowles


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