Our Chamber Breakfasts always include an engaging talk by a speaker, so if you’ve missed out on an event, or would like to listen to the talk again, click to listen below. We also have podcasts available to listen to from the Brighton Business Show.

Our May speaker, David Samuel of Paddle Round The Pier, talks to us about how and why he has changed career so often and the mantra that he has lived by: life skills can be used in any environment – you just have to be prepared

Eleanor Harris, Chief Executive at Brighton i360, talks tourism and good transport links after the Construction Voice event on 15th April 2015.&nbsp

Sascha Koehler, Hilton Brighton Metropole's General Manager, talks about the

Ed Allison-Wright of Centurion Group, a founder member of Construction Voice, felt that the event on 15th April 2015 echoed several key messages f

Adam Walker of Crickmay Chartered Surveyors talks about identifying a site that might deliver a new business park, following the Construction Voice event

Our April speaker, Graham Allcott, is the best-selling author and the founder of Brighton-based Think Productive.

At our Breakfast in March, three Living Wage employers explained the reasons why they signed up to the campaign.

At our February Breakfast, Melita Dennett from 

In a month when we all eat at least three times as much as usual, it’s fitting that the speaker at our December breakfast runs a bakery. Jeremy Jacobs is MD of Raise, a family company with a success story to inspire any start-up.

Our November speaker, Steve Bustin, founder of Vada Media and Medical Media Training, shares some stories from his varied and unusual career and offers his top tips for effective verbal communication in busin