JCI members attended the UK National Convention in Doncaster. The 3-day conference featured keynote speakers, training sessions, public speaking competitions, networking and the awards. The conference’s theme, ‘Future You,’ is based on the idea that attendees will gain at least one experience or skill that their future self will thank them for.
The awards took place on Saturday night with chambers and members from across the UK. 15 awards were presented on the night which showcased the best of JCI UK and its local chambers.
JCI Nottingham after many years of being dormant was relaunched with the aim of engaging and creating opportunities for young people in Nottingham.
JCI Nottingham is currently in the process of building relationships with key organisations and network in the city. We believe making these connections will enhance the chamber, enabling us to create even more opportunities for young people in Nottingham.
Celebrating 90 years, JCI Nottingham formally known as the British Junior Chamber of Commerce was once a UK powerhouse with many business leaders paving the way. JCI Nottingham entered these awards with the intention of showcasing its member’s achievements.
Best Inter-Organisation Collaboration Project
Certificate of merit
JCI Nottingham Rally to Riga
See blog to find out more about this project
Most Outstanding New Local Organisation
We are now recruiting new members! We need young professionals eager to make a positive change in Nottingham.
- Do you want to be a part of an award-winning chamber?
- Do you want to make new friends in Nottingham?
- Do you want to develop new and existing skills?
JCI is a place to develop your leadership skills, meet inspiring people and make an impact in your local community.
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