The initiative of this Institute answers the request of business decision-makers to accelerate the development of trade between our two countries.
PwC develops advisory, audit and accounting missions in France and French-speaking African countries, focusing on sectoral approaches. More than 236,000 people in 158 countries across PwC's international network share innovative solutions, expertise and perspectives to improve service quality for clients and partners. The French entities and French-speaking African countries that are members of PwC have 6,400 people covering 23 countries.
By working on a daily basis to advise and support its clients in their success, PwC contributes to the dynamics of the French economy. Through its expert studies and analyses, PwC is also committed to anticipating the economies of the future and developing new technological uses. Finally, by providing solutions to manage risks, PwC builds trust between players and secures the heart of the French economy.
The Franco-British Chamber of Commerce & Industry, created in 1873, is the oldest international chamber of commerce in Europe. It offers its members - companies of all sizes, all sectors of activity, and of French and British origin - a wide range of tailor-made services to help them develop their cross-Channel activities. Established in Paris for more than 145 years, the Franco-British Chamber is a powerful business network that supports and brings together companies. The "Business Connect" offer allows a privileged and efficient relationship. For more information on the services of the Franco-British Chamber, please visit: www.francobritishchamber.com.
The Department of International Trade (DIT) ensures the United Kingdom's prosperity and global prosperity by promoting and financing international trade and investment and defending free trade. An International Economic Department, it is responsible for: - bring together policy, advocacy and financial expertise to remove barriers to trade and investment and help businesses succeed; - develop a new trade policy framework for the United Kingdom once the United Kingdom has left the EU; - promote British trade and investment around the world; - to stimulate interest in British products and services worldwide.
In France, DIT helps British companies penetrate the French market and assists French companies in their investments in the United Kingdom. The team in France also supports the strategic bilateral partnership in key sectors. https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-international-trade
The members of the President’s Forum of the Franco-British Chamber are ex officio members of the Cross-Channel Institute and, as such, participate in all Institute events and working groups. They bring their vast experience of the Franco-British business relationship in which they have been involved for many years.