Summer Afterwork for Young Professionals

This event has now reached capacity and we can no longer accept new registrations. Held on the roof terrace of the centrally located Shell building, join us for a casual drink with a view over Brussels, and network with fellow young professionals.This event is in partnership with Young Voka Metropolitan.Registration is free of charge, but drinks are available to purchase. This is a cash only event.

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How the EU Elections' Results Will Shape the Next 5 Years

The results of these European elections have the potential to completely reshape the EU - impacting domestic, European and global politics.  We know our members have been following the campaigns and predictions closely in the lead up to the election. Join us to hear what the experts think about the results and what conclusions can be drawn from them.

This event is held under Chatham House rule

Annual General Meeting 2019

The 109th Annual General meeting will confirm the election or appointment of Board and Council members. Annual financial statements will also be presented.

The Role of the Regulatory Scrutiny Board in Delivering Better EU Regulation

Veronica Gaffey, Chair of the Regulatory Scrutiny Board, will reflect on the activities and performances of the Board in the past year in this lunch briefing. She will also present the current state of affairs and dicuss what the future holds for the Board, as well as the major challenges that they face.

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What you need to know about the new Belgian business immigration rules

Whether UK nationals will require authorisation to work and reside in Belgium as third country nationals, and as of when, is not yet clear. In addition, new business immigration rules for all third country nationals came into force in Belgium in December.During this session, Sophie Maes, Attorney-Partner at Claeys & Engels, will discuss and share her first-hand practical experiences after 4 months of new business immigration rules as well as the Brexit no-deal contingency rules so companies can prepare.

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Transport Sector Priorities of the Finnish Presidency

If you are a regular member or a non-member and you would like to attend, please contact Finland's Presidency of the Council of the EU will start on the 1st of July, we thought it would be timely to listen to what they are aiming to achieve and what their priorities are in terms of EU transport policy.

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Delivering the goods: future trends and solutions for port logistics UK-Europe

In partnership with DWF, the British Chamber of Commerce|EU & Belgium invites you to a discussion on the trends and solutions UK-Europe ports and logistics operators are adopting to increase efficiency and capabilities, and deal with the challenges of keeping goods moving – whatever happens with Brexit.Keynote speaker:Justin Atkin, Port of Antwerp Panellists will include:Richard Ballantyne, British Ports Association And representatives from:

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The changing dynamics of Parliament: A view from Klaus Welle

Klaus Welle, Secretary-General of the European Parliament, will share his reflections on the evolution of the European Parliament over the past ten years at this high-level dinner.

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Chemical Priorities of DG ENVI

Just over a year ago, Cristina de Avila was named Head of Unit for Sustainable Chemicals at DG ENVI. This event will see the chamber welcome Ms de Avila just after the EU Chemicals Conferance. As conclusions from the conferance will not be fully drawn, there will have been lots of discussion on the REACH Review, the Chemicals-Products-Waste Interface and the Fitness Check of the most relevant EU chemicals legislation.

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How can Blockchain Change the Future?

If you are a regular member or a non-member and you would like to attend, please contact

This event is held under Chatham House rule