The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce is the foremost bilateral Chamber of Commerce in Nigeria. The Chamber is accredited under the NACCIMA/CIPE, Washington, D.C. USA accreditation programme. There are over 350 corporate members who are found in all sectors of the Nigerian economy. Our membership base range from the small and medium enterprises to large scale multinational corporations and government agencies. We organize
The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) can provide the following services to all businesses in the UK and Nigeria. Verification of businesses in Britain and Nigeria Providing general information on doing business in Britain and Nigeria especially in the areas of legal, customs and any other business development requirements. Arranging high level business meetings and seminars.
Apart from the huge member-to-member networking opportunity open to all our members both in the United Kingdom and Nigeria, members enjoy the following benefits: Organizing conferences and seminars addressed by leading authorities in their fields, affording members to inform themselves on, and discuss current key issues affecting Nigeria - British trade. Representing members' interests to all relevant
The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) was founded in 1977 in Lagos: an outcome of a discussion two years earlier, between the then Mr. Adam Thompson (later Sir Adam Thompson), Chairman of the then British Caledonian Airways and Chief (Dr) Henry Fajemirokun, CON (both of blessed memory) who was also the founding president.
Arc. T. C. Awagu President Prince Yemi Adefulu Deputy President Prince Dapo Adelegan Vice President Mr. Akin Olawore
President Arc. T.C. Awagu (2011 - to date) Arc Thomas Chukwuemeka Awagu, born in Kaduna in 1946, started his education career at St. Joseph’s Primary School, Kaduna and later, Holy Trinity Primary School, Onitsha. He proceeded to Bishop Shannahan College Orlu where he made the best WAEC result in the history of the college in 1964. This spectacular fit was repeated in his Higher School Certificate result at College of
The Secretariat of the Chamber is headed by the Director – General, Mr. Olusola Obadimu. He is responsible for the day to day activities of the Chamber. He is assisted by the Senior Public Relations Manager and the Membership & Business Development Manager in the efficient implementation of the policies of the Chamber.
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The Nigerian-British Business Day was held on Monday 22nd June, 2009 and Tuesday 23rd June 2009, at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island Lagos. The Event started with a corporate exhibition of members’ products on Monday 22nd June, 2009. The President of the Chamber Mr. Akinola Akintunde declared the exhibition open as Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, GCON, Vice President of Nigeria was unavoidably absent. The second day of the
Annual General Meeting/Luncheon : The Chamber held its 31st Annual General Meeting / Luncheon (AGM/Luncheon) at the Golden Gate Paradise Restaurant Limited, Ikoyi Lagos, Nigeria on - 2009-09-10 ... moreCourtesy Visits : The Chamber in continuation of its reach out programme went, on a courtesy visit to the First
Membership of the Chamber shall be open to firms and companies established in Nigeria or United Kingdom who trade with or have business connections or dealings with the Countries involved and/or are interested in developing or furthering such interest and/or connections. On admission to membership, such member shall pay the prescribed enrolment fee once on admission and shall in addition pay each year the current fee prescribed
Chamber Visits : The Chamber paid Courtesy Visits to First City Monument Bank Plc and John Holt Plc on 3rd and 9th September, 2009 respectively. - 2009-09-09 ... moreAnnual General Meeting/Luncheon : he Chamber held its 31st Annual General Meeting / Luncheon (AGM/Luncheon) at the Golden Gate Paradise Restaurant
: Courtesy Visit To Bank Of Industry - 2009-04-21 :
Sunday: 10th June 2012 Delegates arrive in London Monday: 11th June 2012 Meetings at the Nigerian High Commision. Meetings with members of the UK Network. Meetings at the UKTI
The Chamber will hold the Nigerian-British Business Day (NBBD) on Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd June, 2009 at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. The NBBD is set aside to review and reaffirm trade relations between Nigerian and British firms with a view to strengthening same for mutual benefits. The NBBD is a three part event comprising an annual lecture, corporate exhibition and a dinner. The exhibition will be
Realising the business benefits from Nigeria's economic growth agenda. In July 2009, the Nigerian British Chamber of Commerce in Lagos launched the NBCC-UK Network to provide a forum for the Nigerian business Diaspora in the UK. It was a bold move prompted in part by President Yar'Adua's message to business and the Diaspora when he was in the
Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce Olubunmi Owa Street, Off Admiralty Way, Opposite CBC Towers, Next to Lekki British Junior School, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos. Tel: +234 1 8209173-4 E-mail: email@example.com
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