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London Chamber of Commerce and Industry is offering the capital’s businesses a new, free, way to be part of its community, with the launch of a networking app designed to support business development and aid Covid-19 economic recovery. During these challenging times for businesses across London’s boroughs, LCCI...

London Chamber of Commerce and Industry is offering the capital’s businesses a new, free, way to be part of its community, with the launch of a networking app designed to support business development and aid Covid-19 economic recovery.

During these challenging times for businesses across London’s boroughs, LCCI is providing the capital’s firms, traders and entrepreneurs with free access to a new London Chamber Community Network’ – including a free app (available through mobile and web browser) that allows businesses to connect with one another digitally, talk on a one-to-one basis, join common interest discussions, engage with LCCI’s research work about issues impacting London business, and access events and services.

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Richard Burge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said: “The impact of Covid-19 has affected businesses right across the capital, so I’m pleased that London Chamber of Commerce and Industry is able to broaden its offer, for free, to businesses across London’s boroughs.

“Our new community network and app will bring more businesses and employees together, to connect with one another, do business, join sector interest groups, participate in LCCI’s policy and campaigning work, and access advice and services.

“Collectively we can deliver a stronger and faster economic recovery for London and the UK.”

Details of how to access the LCCI App and the London Chamber Community Network are available now at www.londonchamber.co.uk, with a video outlining the benefits of the app available here.

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