Brussels, Belgium – The British Chamber of Commerce | EU & Belgium and MakeUK are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to deepen their partnership in Brussels. This MoU aims to facilitate the exchange of information and promote the interests of their members in the Brussels policy arena.
The recent agreement of the Windsor Framework underscores the importance of British businesses fully engaging with the European Union. The signing of this MoU between BritCham and MakeUK represents a significant step towards building a stronger relationship with the EU and furthering the interests of British businesses.
Brian Ager, BritCham Director General, expressed his delight at the partnership, saying, "We are excited to be working more closely with MakeUK. Their expertise in Brussels and broad membership base will be an invaluable asset as we strive to fully engage in the Brussels policy arena and benefit both UK and EU business trading partners."
Fergus McReynolds of MakeUK commented, "We are delighted to be part of this partnership which will compliment our work in Brussels. BritCham is a valued and trusted stakeholder in Brussels which brings together essential UK views; being part of this network will help amply our messages and ensure that UK businesses have a strong voice as our relationship with the EU and European partners continues to evolve."
The MoU represents a significant step towards greater collaboration between the British Chamber of Commerce | EU & Belgium and MakeUK, as they seek to build on the Trade & Co-operation Agreement and create a more prosperous future for British businesses.
For further information, please contact:
BritCham Communications Officer
Phone: +32 2 540 90 30
MakeUK Press & Media inquiries
Phone: 0808 168 5874