Black Country Chamber of Commerce proud to launch nationwide, Armed Forces Covenant Initiative

The Black Country Chamber of Commerce has announced a national programme of support for the Armed Forces Covenant.

The announcement comes following the Black Country Chamber of Commerce’s successful bid to the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) from which they have been awarded funding to deliver a package of support that provides all Chambers of Commerce across England & Wales with the tools, knowledge and understanding to effectively promote the value of the Armed Forces Covenant to business.

With the full backing of the British Chambers of Commerce the project, ‘Chamber Military Network’ seeks to improve knowledge and understanding within organisations of the covenant and the business benefits of recruiting from the Armed Forces Community, through the development of marketing support packages, mentoring and engagement opportunities on a national scale.

Read the full press release here.


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Sarah Walker - Project Manager of the Chamber of Commerce Military and Business Project at Black Country Chamber of Commerce

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This project is supported by, British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and funded by the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT).

Black Country Chamber of Commerce will work in collaboration with Defence Relationship Management (DRM) and the Armed Forces Covenant who also awarded Black Country Chamber of Commerce with an Employer Recognition Silver Award in 2018.


Useful Links

Find out more about the Armed Forces Covenant here.

Find out more about the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) here.


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The information stated on this page is correct as of Winter 2019.