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Welcome to CCI Broking Limited

CCI Broking specialise in the placement and management of leading-edge insurance arrangements for corporate and commercial organisations, both in the UK and Overseas. CCI offer a wide range of insurance services and business insurance solutions specifically tailored to the needs of our clients.

CCI are committed to providing comprehensive and versatile commercial insurance solutions and have discovered over the years that the only way to truly deliver this is through bespoke solutions and not just a "one size fits all" approach.

As you're already discovering CCI care about your business and want to ensure that your business is protected as effectively as possible, while remaining cost efficient and causing minimal disruption to you.

Have a look around our site for more information or alternatively contact a member of our team directly if you'd like to find out more about our approach to insurance.

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Blue Inc chief executive Steven Cohen has stepped down from his role after 11 years to take up a new position in the US.
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Reebok has named Thomas Steinbrück as its new creative director.
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Union secures increase for some employees of the Irish department store chain.
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Fashion designer Richard Nicoll has died unexpectedly at the age of 39. 
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Consumer confidence is on the rise as retailers start to gear up for Black Friday and the Christmas season, according to a report from PwC.
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HMRC is examining employment practices at delivery giant Hermes following concerns about low pay and poor working conditions.
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The sharp drop in the value of the pound against the euro caused concern amongst exhibitors at this season’s edition of manufacturing trade show Texfusion. 
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As Banana Republic beats a retreat from the UK, Drapers examines why some US retailers struggle to gain traction in one of the most competitive retail markets in the world.
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MPs backed the amendment to strip Sir Philip Green of his knighthood at a backbench debate in the House of Commons today.
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Selfridges became ”the first department store in the world” to unveil its 2016 Christmas windows today at its Oxford Street flagship store. 
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Bringing knitwear production in-house has paid off for the womenswear brand.
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Footwear retailer’s sales up by more than 40% as store-opening programme continues.
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Family-run British brand will enter Indian market in Bangalore next year.
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Paul Smith is combining its men’s and women’s catwalk collections for the first time in January during Paris men’s fashion week.
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Victoria Beckham is to launch a collaboration with US retailer Target in April next year and make her first foray into kidswear.
Thursday, 10:07 am
Berlin trade shows Panorama and Bright are revamping their layouts for their autumn 17 editions in January.
Thursday, 9:27 am
On the day his knighthood is set to be debated by MPs, Sir Philip Green has criticised what he termed a series of “highly defamatory and false” comments made by Frank Field, chair of the work and pensions committee.
Thursday, 8:53 am
Victoria Gate shopping centre is set to open to the public in Leeds today, anchored by the city’s first John Lewis store.
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AllSaints global chief operations officer Peter Wood, New Look menswear director Christopher Englinde, Hawes & Curtis chariman Touker Suleyman and Native Youth founder Ash Kumar discuss ways to stay fit for the future and tackle global headwinds head on.

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