News & Events
BNCC Chairman met with Ambassador to the UK
BNCC chairman Rajen Kandel met with HE Dr.Durga Bahadur Subedi-Nepal’s Ambassador to the UK at his office in Kensington Palace gardens, London to discuss trade and investment opportunities for British Investors.
Nigel Evans-MP of Ribble Valley UK, is at the British College with BNCC chairman to see firsthand the quality of education that is being used to transform Nepalese education system landscape.
Trade and Investment with Nepal Event
BNCC and Embassy of Nepal London are jointly organising a programme about Trade and Investment with Nepal on the 14th December 2017 at 5pm. If you are interested to attend please contact Richard Pelly (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BNCC holds a number of events throughout the year. Examples of meetings since April 2015 are shown below
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14 December 2017 Trade and Investment with Nepal Event
9 December 2016 Trade and Investment Seminar at the Nepalese Embassy
9 June 2016 Annual General Meeting
14-17 March 2016: BNCC Trade Mission to Kathmandu
December 2015: Honourable Kamal Thapa, Deputy Prime Minister
November 2015: Andrew Sparkes, HM Ambassador to Nepal until April 2015
October 2015: Richard Morris shortly before he became HM Ambassador to Nepal
October 2015: Presentations by Stephen Venables (Beyond Everest) & Daniel Wallace (Earthquake at Camp 1) which raised over £400 towards earthquake recovery
July 2015: Mr Rajendra Khetan, President Nepal Britain Chamber of Commerce
April 2015: Annual General Meeting
1. BNCC provides advice, information and assistance to its members working in liaison, in particular, with the Nepalese Embassy in London, with UK Trade & Investment, with DFID, with the British Embassy in Kathmandu and with the Nepal Britain Chamber of Commerce and Industry based in Kathmandu.
2. BNCC organises activities to help business organisations deliver their business goals, to become aware of business opportunities and to promote their business interests within the relevant business communities.
3. Examples of activity:
a. Periodic networking meetings in London
b. Opportunity meetings, for example when key people visit from Nepal
c. Circulation of information relevant to the promotion of business between the countries
d. Participation in occasional special events, for example those sometimes held at the Nepalese Embassy in London
e. Occasional Trade Missions
4. The Chamber acts independently of Government. It is also independent of other bodies, but works in liaison, for example, with the Britain Nepal Society, the Britain Nepal Friendship Society and other organisations with interests in the Nepal Britain interface and relations.