Q&As: Resources for your business
Expert advice from our members
Chamber Q&As are sessions with our members on topics that are important to your business. They share their knowledge and expertise on topics ranging from marketing, to HR and people management, accessibility and inclusion, and sustainability.
All of our Q&As are recorded - explore the full library on our Youtube channel.
Below find a run through of some of our most popular topics. Listen back for actionable advice to help with your business.
How to have real social impact (and commercial success)
What does social impact really mean, and how can you relate it to your business?
In this Q&A Richard Freeman, CEO of always possible, breaks down the concept of social impact, and how to make it a reality within and outside your business.
Charity trustees - how to become one and what does it involve?
Volunteering as a charity trustee can be a rewarding way to make a difference and support a charity you care about. But how do you go about becoming a trustee, and what does it entail?
Mel Willson from Community Works talks about what it means to be a charity trustee, how to find the right opportunities and what's involved.
How to make neurodivergence work with work
Adam Dobay and Livia Farkas are the Founders of Weirdly Successful, in this Q&A discussing how to better support a neurodiverse leadership, workforce, and how we can create workplaces that are more inclusive in practice.
Getting maternity and paternity leave right as an employer
Are you up to date on the latest guidance and legislation for maternity and paternity leave?
Samantha Dickinson and Martin Williams from Mayo Wynne Baxter's employment law team share best practice and guidance.
How to become a certified B-Corp
Are you curious about the B-Corp certification, or maybe you want to get involved but don’t know where to start? This Q&A by Fiona Ras-Jones talks us through the stages of application, as well as the benefits of becoming a B-Corp. Any profit-making business can become certified: the most successful B-Corp is a company of just three people, so what are you waiting for?
Shared Prosperity Fund grants - what are they and how to apply?
Brighton & Hove City Council have launched a new programme for businesses in the city, to encourage innovation and support decarbonisation as part of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. Ben Hockman from Brighton & Hove City Council joined us at a Q&A to talk about the programme - including eligibility and how to apply.
Find more Q&A recordings on the Chamber's Youtube channel, and to see what's coming up, head over to our events calendar.