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 workshops, business luncheons, seminars, trade fairs, trade mission, members' evening and other such activities that aid trade and investment.
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.
Our vision is to be the foremost channel of trade and commerce between Nigeria and Britain.
Our mission is to continuously encourage and promote mutually beneficial trade relations between Nigeria and Britain.