Events Past events

Past events

  • The Future of the UK-EU Trade Relations: NI-GB Border Arrangements

    The British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg in parternship with the BCC UK are pleased to invite our members to the third in a series of webinars which will explore the new EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: "The Future of the UK/EU Trade Relations: The NI/GB Border Arrangements." This will take place on Monday 15 February 2021 from 14:30 - 15:30 CET.

  • The Future of the UK-EU Trade Relations

    UK-EU Customs and Borders 

  • BCC Members' New Year Cocktail

    The Chairman and Officers of the British Chamber of Commerce request the pleasure of your company for the Annual Members' New Year Cocktail in the presence of HM Ambassador to Luxembourg, H.E. John Marshall. This will take place online on Wednesday 20 January 2021 at 18:30.

  • Brexit - The State of Play

    On 31 December 2020 the transition period following the UK's final withdrawal from the European Union ends. Despite this deadline, negotiations on the future relations appear to be deadlocked. What has happened since the British referendum of 2016? Why haven't the negotiations been concluded yet? What can we expect from UK-EU relations in the future?

  • BCC Online Christmas Pub Quiz

    Think you know it all! Well let's see! Come and join us for the British Chamber of Commerce Online Christmas Pub Quiz on Tuesday 15 December at 18:00.

  • BCC Online Cooking Class with Anne Faber

    Join us for a one-hour live cooking class with TV chef Anne Faber.

  • BCC Online with Joanna Denton

    "5 Steps to Start 2021 Afresh"

  • BCC Online Gin Tasting

    KPMG virtual Gin Bar – 03 December – to launch BCC’s 12 Days of Christmas!

  • BCC Global Insights Leadership Programme

    In conversation with Philip Hammond


    BREXIT: Level playing fields, fish and the way forward

  • BCC & AMCHAM Personal Tax Event

    Personal Tax Changes in Luxembourg – Hear it from the Expert

  • BCC Global Insights Leadership Programme

    In conversation with Gordon Brown