British-Portuguese Chamber of CommerceBusiness Associations & Networking
An independent, non-profit organisation that sets out to promote networking, commercial links between businesses in the United Kingdom and Portugal, company formation and business development in Portugal and many other Business related services.
With approximately 400 members, the British-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1911, is an independent, non-profit organisation that sets out to promote the interests of its membership in respect to commercial links between businesses in the United Kingdom and Portugal.
We achieve this mainly through a programme of networking events and by making available a number of useful business services.
The British-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce is a totally independent organisation, financed solely by the subscriptions of its members and through profits arising from Chamber events and the services it provides.
We work with, but not on behalf of any, Government organisations and we are specifically prohibited from any party political affiliation by our statutes. Any company, whether operating in or from the UK or Portugal, is eligible to apply for membership of the Chamber.
By joining the Chamber a company can benefit not only from discounts on a number of services, but also from joining a network of companies interested in British-Portuguese commerce, with all the communications and opportunities this implies.
The British-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce is run by a competent and friendly professional staff from offices in Lisbon, and also has local representatives in the North of the country as well as in the Algarve.
The overall supervision of the Chambers activities is the responsibility of a Board of Directors, which is made up from professionals working in Portugal, but who contribute their time to the Chamber on a voluntary basis.
We strongly encourage companies to make the BPCC a vital part of their business development programme.
We look forward to working together for our mutual benefit.
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