Trade and Australia’s relationship with the EU with Ambassador Justin Brown

Australia trades approximately 15% of its goods with the EU, with the biggest exports being gold, coal and oil seeds. In return, it imports motor vehicles, medical tools and pharmaceuticals. In 2016, total trading between the two totalled nearly $70 billion.

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Brexit Q&A with Chris White | Managing Director Public Affairs, Newington Communications

Join us for an informal Q&A session on all things Brexit with Chris White, Managing Director of Public Affairs at Newington Communications, and former Conservative government special adviser. Chris has made a number of appearances on BBC News in recent weeks to discuss potential outcomes from events in parliament, the possibility of a snap general election, and David Cameron's new book.

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What’s Next for EU Road Transport Policy?

We are pleased to welcome Mr Alexandre Paquot, Head of the Road Transport Unit at DG CLIMA in the European Commission, at this breakfast briefing. Mr Paquot will discuss where things currently stand in terms of EU road transport as well as what the future holds and the unit's next steps.

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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 more than half a year of new business immigration rules as well as the Brexit no-deal contingency rules so companies can prepare.

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The Future of EU Industrial Emissions and the Implementation of the IED

The growing worry over industrial sectors’ impact on the environment and our health has led the EU to put regulations in place to reduce the impact of industrial emissions. Directives such as the IED aim to protect human health from pollution by reducing industrial emissions throughout the EU.

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Connect with the EP for Young Professionals

Brussels New Generation is organising two half-days of training to help you develop or perfect the knowledge and skills necessary to work effectively with the European Parliament, and enjoy opportunities to build your network with policy makers as well as public affairs experts. 

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EU Single Market Strategy: What’s next for the EU and how will the next 5 years be different? With Kristian Hedberg, Deputy-Head of Commissioner Bieńkowska's Cabinet

We are pleased to welcome Mr Kristian Hedberg, Deputy-Head of Commissioner Bieńkowska's Cabinet, at this Patron Lunch. Mr Hedberg will provide a speech on the Single Market Strategy and reflect on the prospect for progress for the next Commission.After delivering a short keynote speech, Mr Hedberg will take part in an extended Q&A session.

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Expat Financial Affairs 2019

Expat Financial Affairs offers essential advice in English on managing your finances as an expat in Belgium.Join our short and informative presentations on investments, pensions, self-employment and estate planning, and mingle with fellow expats over food and drinks. All of this hosted at BNP Paribas Fortis' beautiful La Chancellerie venue in central Brussels.

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British Chambers of Commerce International Trade Summit - London

Join British Chambers of Commerce in London for the International Trade Summit.The BCC International Trade Summit 2019 will give delegates practical advice, invaluable resources and the contacts needed to grow their business and begin the next step of their export journey.

British Chamber's Annual Visit to Strasbourg

On 23rd October, the British Chamber will conduct its annual visit to the European Parliament in Strasbourg during the monthly plenary session. Programme:Part One - The European Parliament

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Politics and Economics Collide: Trade wars, Brexit, recession?

ING Senior Economist, Philippe Ledent, will deliver an informative presentation outlining how political developments such as Trump’s policies and Brexit will impact business operations and economic prospects in Belgium, UK and Europe overall.This event is part of the Tax, Finance and Legal series of events and will provide attendees with key knowledge around the political impacts expected in the coming months, and the threats and opportunities these will bring for businesses.Why should you attend?

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Britcham's Open Fora

Patron members and Full members, you are welcome to join us at the chamber on Thursday 19th September to discuss various topical issues within the frame work of our Open Fora. This is the first time that such members have been invited to join the discussion!