Bournemouth Chamber of Trade & Commerce

Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce


Have Your Say on BCP’s vision, priorities and objectives

Have Your Say on BCP’s vision, priorities and objectives

We all know that we live and work in a place brimming with potential. From Highcliffe to Hamworthy, Broadstone to Boscombe this is not one town or three – but somewhere that celebrates multiple identities, cultures and opportunities at the same time. It’s a place where people aspire to stay – as residents, visitors, students, or businesses. 

There are a number of ways you can take part and give us your views, we would like you to do as many as you are able to.

    • Our Survey use the survey to tell us your views on our draft vision, priorities and objectives, suggest changes and tell us anything we’ve missed.
    • Our ideas wall – use the ideas wall to tell us what you think we can do to achieve the objectives.
    • Share you story – we are inviting you to tell us what it’s like for you running a business in the area. Share with us what works and what could do with improvement.

Here is the link Our vision, priorities and objectives | Have Your Say Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (

We would also like to ask you to promote this to your workforce – it’s important we hear from people living and working in the area. Please will you support by promoting either on your intranet, email or the poster attached.

 Thank you for your support.

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Bournemouth University to Offer New CPD Course on Supply Chain Management

Bournemouth University to Offer New CPD Course on Supply Chain Management

Bournemouth University (BU) is launching a new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) course on Supply Chain Management. Delivered in person across four sessions in September (8, 15, 22 and 29) at BU’s Talbot Campus, and led by a team of experienced academics and practitioners, the course will cover a range of topics, including:

    1. Managing supply chain operations
    2. B2B marketing
    3. Smart technologies for supply chain resilience
    4. The economics of value chains

The course has been designed to help businesses respond to supply chain disruptions caused by events like Covid-19, Brexit and the energy crisis. It will help people and organisations to identify and adopt strategies and tools that can help them overcome challenges such as increased costs and red tape, making their operations more efficient and resilient. It will also provide attendees with the chance to network with each other, sharing ideas and best practices.

The course is open to senior business managers and anyone interested in developing their skills in supply chain management. The standard fee is £1,000, but BCP Council will fund 50% of the cost for the first 15 organisations based in their area that book onto the course. Alternatively, Dorset Chamber of Commerce & Industry members can claim 10% off if they don’t qualify for the 50% funding.

The course is part of BU’s commitment to acting as a catalyst for growth, using its skills and expertise to boost skills and advance the region.

For more information, please visit the BU website:

Upon finishing this course you will be awarded a certificate. This course is not CPD accredited but is delivered by an AACSB accredited Business School which has also earned the Small Business Charter Award in recognition of its significant contributions to small businesses, student entrepreneurship and the local economy. Further information about this course can be found at: or by emailing Mark Painter at

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