About NBCC

The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce - About US
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The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce sits at the heart of promoting business relationships across Nigeria.

The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce is the foremost bilateral Chamber in Nigeria with the objective to promote trade and Investment between Nigeria and Britain since its establishment in 1977. We are affiliated to the British Chambers of commerce (BCC) which gives us access to a network of 52 chambers of commerce across the UK and the Commonwealth.

With a membership strength of 300 members whose total net worth is about N200 trillion from all sectors of the economy, made up of Nigerians and Britons, our Chamber is constantly developing network of local branches in other parts of the country and has an NBCC-UK office presence.

The Chamber was set up to promote and develop Anglo-Nigeria trade relations, continually create value for its members and facilitate business-to-business relationships. The Chamber also promotes Nigerian export to the United Kingdom (UK) and inflow of Capital and Investment into Nigeria. Services also include the organization of trade missions to the two countries, management of trainings, conferences, and seminars addressed by leading authorities in different fields, and acts as a forum for debate to members and non-members on topical issues affecting the economy; particularly Nigerian-British trade.

NBCC - Our Vision

Vision

To be the foremost channel of trade and commerce between Nigeria and Britain.

NBCC - Our Mission

Mission

To continually encourage and promote mutually beneficial trade relations between Nigeria and Britain.

NBCC - Cardinal Goal: Trade Facilitation

Trade Facilitation

NBCC - Cardinal Goal: Positively Influence Policy

Positively Influence Policy

NBCC - Cardinal Goal: Communication

Communicate Government Policy

NBCC - Cardinal Goal: Networking

Networking

NBCC - Cardinal Goal: Enrich Membership Experience

Enrich Membership Experience

Sectoral Groups

In our objective to promote trade and investment through networking, the Chamber has sectored its membership so as to get better engagement of members and to articulate members’ needs. The sector groups are:

  • Agriculture & Export
  • Learning, Education & Training
  • Professional Services
  • Construction & Real Estate
  • Oil & Gas

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