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 October speaker, Martin Williams, Partner at Mayo Wynne Baxter, shares a few of the many amusing anecdotes of his previous career, the importance of the arts and why he feels so enthusiastic about business life in Brighton.

Our Business Brunch speakers, Ruth and Amy Anslow, the founders of hiSbe, reveal how hiSbe moved from concept to London Road and then on to becoming one of the Top Five retailers in the Observer's Ethical Awards.

Our September speaker, Andy Winter, the Chief Executive of Brighton Housing Trust, reveals insights into his background, from his childhood in apartheid South Africa to his early days working for BHT.

Richard Robinson, best-selling author of 20 books on popular science and the founder of Brighton Science Festival, talks about the brilliance of science, applying it to the workplace and his latest project: My Manager and Other Animals.

Our July speaker, Penny Thompson, the Chief Executive of Brighton & Hove Council reveals insights into her life and key influences. As well as this, Penny discusses the challenges that face her as she reshapes Brighton and Hove Council.

Rob Forkan of Gandys flipflops speaks about his incredible journey, instilling us with the message - yes you can. Rob’s story was a fantastic example of how courage in life can inform determination in business.

Julia Chanteray from The Joy of Business reveals some of the secrets about her business journey.

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In this inspirational breakfast, Andy Parsons from Yelo Architects and John Smith from

Steve Bustin from Vada Media chats to Julian Caddy, Managing Director of the Brighton Fringe Festival about his history, and how he ended up running the hugely popular Brighton Fringe event.

CJ Roberts, Owner and Director of Bikram Yoga Brighton talks to attendees about how she overcame predjudice, found her strength and decided to follow her dream to open her successful yoga business in Portslade.