Since its inception in 1977, the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce has served as Nigeria’s leading bilateral chamber, promoting commerce and investment between the two countries. We are linked with the British Chambers of Business (BCC), which offers us access to a network of fifty-three (53) chambers of commerce across the UK, as well as seventy-one (71) other foreign affiliations, with over 350 members.
Our Chamber is continually creating a network of local branches, with a membership strength of 300 members whose total net worth is around N200 trillion from all sectors of the economy, made up of Nigerians and Britons. There is an NBCC-UK office in different locations of the country.
The Chamber was established to promote and develop Anglo-Nigerian trade relations, continuously add value to its members, and make business-to-business relationships easier. In addition, the Chamber promotes Nigerian exports to the United Kingdom (UK) as well as capital and investment inflows into Nigeria. The organization of trade missions to the two countries, the management of training, conferences, and seminars addressed by leading authorities in various fields, and acting as a forum for debate among members and non-members on current economic issues, particularly Nigerian-British trade, are among the services provided.
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