(PRESS RELEASE) – Launched in the spring of 2019, and operating as a not for profit social enterprise, The Commonwealth Business Club was created to provide a positive outlook for UK small businesses in a post Brexit world.
Its aim is to encourage small and medium sized businesses to look beyond Europe, and instead towards the vast marketplace of the 53 countries and 2.4 billion population of the commonwealth.
In just 12 months, the membership of The Commonwealth Business Club has grown rapidly, and now has more than 7,500 members in the UK and overseas. It provides its members with a free online business networking and trade development platform, where they are able to promote their products and services globally 24/7.
With businesses now keen to maximise their trading power outside of the EU, the directors of The Commonwealth Business Club are thrilled to announce that they have secured a meeting with the UK Secretary of State for International Trade, Liz Truss on Monday 10th February. The meeting will provide the directors with an opportunity to discuss the future plans of The Commonwealth Business Club, including the development of a mobile app, which will enable the smallest of businesses across the commonwealth to trade internationally.