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The British Chamber of Commerce Cambodia (BritCham Cambodia) was founded as the British Business Association of Cambodia in 1995 by Senaka Fernando MBE. In 2013, it was officially registered as a Chamber of Commerce with the Cambodian government. The Chamber is also a founding member of the European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia.

In accordance with the Chamber’s Constitution, BritCham ‘aims is to provide a forum for British Business people having an interest in Cambodia to meet together in a spirit of friendship and cooperation for mutual benefit and with a view to fostering good commercial and social relations with our Cambodian counterparts and the community at large.’ The Chamber currently has 134 corporate and individual UK, international and national members.

The Chamber further delivers practical advice and B2B support services on behalf of the Department for International Trade (DIT) to UK SMEs doing and seeking to do business in Cambodia.

Country Profile: Cambodia

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The British Chamber of Commerce is now in its second decade of establishment building on a British business presence that extends more than a hundred years. Working in partnership with the British Embassy (DIT) and the British Council, whose senior representatives sit on our Board of Management, BritCham is committed to developing a services infrastructure that supports all stages of business development right from their inception in Indonesia.

Whether you are an SME in the UK looking at opportunities in Indonesia or an established business here, the only way to truly appreciate the value of membership is to take the first step and join our dynamic informational business community.

Country Profile: Indonesia

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Since 1963, British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce (BMCC) has been a catalyst in providing Malaysian businesses with networking, knowledge exchange, bilateral trading assistance and support. With 360 top member companies with and an outreach of over 190,000 employees, the experience and expertise at BMCC is incomparable at promoting and fostering trade between Britain and Malaysia.

BMCC is also a proud member of Britain in South East Asia or BiSEA which is a grouping of British Chambers and Business Groups in the South East Asian region including Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Singapore. BiSEA is a very important pillar for growing and supporting business and this group is now emphasising a better ASEAN regional knowledge-sharing platform through UK-ASEAN Business Council.

Country Profile: Malaysia

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The British Chamber of Commerce Myanmar is an independent, non-profit membership organisation which  promotes, supports and represents business interests in Myanmar. The organisation launched in July 2014 and has since grown to a network of 150 member companies, and has become a leading business membership organisation in Myanmar.

The Chamber provides regular networking opportunities for the business community, up to date and relevant information on doing business in Myanmar and a platform for members to engage with Government on issues affecting business.

Country Profile: Myanmar

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The British Chamber of Commerce Philippines (BCCP) is an independent, non-profit membership organization whose primary objective is to support the development of its members’ business and social interests in the British and Philippine communities, helping them achieve their objectives.

Today, we represent over 250 member companies and individuals with a membership network of over 600 entrepreneurs and senior executives of multinational corporations and SMEs.

The British Chamber is a dynamic organization and is the recognized voice of the British business community in the Philippines, promoting members’ interests with government and business bodies in the Philippines and Britain, in collaboration with British Embassy Manila, Department for International Trade (DIT) and other partners.

Country Profile: Philippines

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Founded in 1954 as the United Kingdom Manufacturers Representatives Association, becoming the British Business Association in 1974 and known as the British Chamber of Commerce since 1998, the Chamber has a long and proud history. Since the beginning, we have been funded entirely by membership subscriptions and income from our activities. The Chamber’s role has evolved and adapted as the needs of the business, economic and political environments in Singapore have changed.

Members consist of British, Singaporean, International companies and individuals alike. The network presently comprises over 2,600 individuals and 400 companies.

Country Profile: Singapore

Founded in 1946, the British Chamber of Commerce Thailand (BCCT) is the oldest foreign chamber and the largest non-Asian foreign chamber in Thailand. In addition, it is the largest and oldest British Chamber in Asia.

The BCCT has a seat on the Board of Trade of Thailand and is active in representing members’ interests on the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce Thailand. BCCT is actively supporting the establishment of the European ASEAN Business Centre in Thailand. Programmes of BCCT events in the Eastern Seaboard, Chiang Mai and Phuket are organized to develop more regular and effective links between Bangkok-based and upcountry companies.

Country Profile: Thailand

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The British Business Group Vietnam (“BBGV”), started as a luncheon club in 1991, was first licensed in 1998. We were the first ever Foreign Business Group to obtain formal recognition in Vietnam. The BBGV now boasts more than 450 members. We pride ourselves on our friendliness and approachability. BBGV’s main objective is to promote our members’ business interests in Vietnam, through various business and social events.

Our BBGV Business Centre aims to facilitate better trade ties between British and Vietnamese companies via our trade services. For more information, visit our Business Centre pages.

Country Profile: Vietnam