Norwegian British Chamber of Commerce

The Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) is an independent non-profit organisation with more than 700 members, including over 150 young professional members.

The NBCC was founded in 1906 and welcomes members from Norway and the United Kingdom. The chamber has played a significant role in supporting Anglo-Norwegian trade relations during the past 100 years. NBCC is funded through member subscription fees and its own activities.

Mission statement
The Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce provides a professional and social environment for business people who wish to be introduced to, and become a part of, the Norwegian-British business and culture community.

By providing relevant business networking opportunities and encouraging dialogue between members, we seek to create a community of peers where actively participating individuals - enabled by the NBCC - are inspired and supported by the larger community. In short we want to be the most important organisation for Anglo-Norwegian business people in the UK.

The Chamber's services have three main functions:

  • To create a forum for social and professional networking for NBCC members. Members regard this function as an excellent opportunity to increase their client base and share experiences among fellow members.
  • To act as a channel between members and the Norwegian and British authorities on particular topics of special interest to the members.
  • To participate in the debate regarding trade and policy issues, which are of concern to NBCC members both in Britain and in Norway.

Most activities focus on members' meetings and Chamber seminars either in the form of evening presentations or business lunches.

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