By BCC Secretariat for British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg, January 27 2024
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Dear Members,

Happy New Year!

I trust you all enjoyed a wonderful Christmas break and have embarked on a positive start to 2024!

In 2023, the British Chamber of Commerce had a busy year with 23 events, bringing together an energetic community of over 1500 attendees, a new Chair was elected, and we experienced continuous growth in our membership. We ended the year with the Christmas lunch, over 220 people attended, and the KPMG Gin bar was once again very popular! We will continue in 2024 with a busy calendar of excellent events and look forward to welcoming you to these in the near future.

We have started 2024 with a successful New Year cocktail at the British Ambassador’s residence on the 11th January. I would like to express my gratitude to Her Excellency, Fleur Thomas, the British Ambassador to Luxembourg, for her valuable insights, support and hospitality, especially as she navigates diplomatic conversations and engages with the new government. We remain proud to be part of this vibrant and crucial business community in Luxembourg.

A sincere thank you to everyone who joined us at our events last year. Your support and active participation enable the BCC to be successful and build our International community in Luxembourg year after year, we genuinely appreciate it.  A special thanks to the companies that sponsored our events in 2023 – if you are interested in sponsoring or hosting events in 2024, please contact us.

Mark your calendars for our upcoming events – a Hot Tax and VAT lunch on 21st February and our International Women’s Day event on 8th March . We look forward to seeing you at our events in 2024 as we continue building our strong network and collaboration in Luxembourg.

Looking ahead in 2024, I am excited to be planning excellent, new and diverse events. May the coming year be filled with prosperity, innovation, and continued collaboration. Together, let us make 2024 a year of shared accomplishments and growth.

Warm regards,
Andrew Notter
Chairman British Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg

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