The British Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Brazil has been working on the promotion of bilateral relations between Brazil and the United Kingdom for almost 100 years.

Vision:
• Assist in the substantial potential growth of bilateral trade and investment, particularly between our small and medium-sized companies or SMEs.
• Be a voice in charting the strategic paths for bilateral cooperation in the future.
• Influence key policy decisions that affect bilateral relations to improve the business environments of Brazil and the UK.
• Create enhanced mechanisms for discussion of sectorial and regional issues in and between our countries.

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BritLan 2014

Britcham Panama kindly welcomed representatives from the other seven British Chambers of Commerce and hosted the 12th BritLan Annual meeting from 20th to 22nd August. In addition to the hosts, the countries which attended in 2014 were Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela.
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Coming Events
Rio de Janeiro
27/11/2014 Lunch-Presentation Energy, Naval Industry & Offshore Committee, with Roberto Schaeffer, Strategic planning program of COPPE. Theme: Future Scenarios for the Brazilian Energy Sector in a World with Carbon Emission Restrictions

Current Events
Previous Articles

Biofuels: it’s time for sustainable energy sources
By Martiniano Lopes, Partner at KPMG Auditores Independentes
There is strong world pressure to develop cleaner energy sources and Brazil could gain increasing recognition if it focuses on this cause, as the region’s natural conditions allow for the production of renewable solutions...

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Britcham News

BT report encourages organisations to protect themselves against mobile security breaches
Mobile devices represent a significant security risk for business, yet many are failing to make adequate provisions to protect their valuable data against threats. ...

BT enhances resilience of its satellite network in Brazil
Customers will benefit from improved service through a custom made solution based on local research...

Invitation: New Petroleum Frontier in Pernambuco

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  • Britcham reports to its associates on the advancement of new strategies

    Advocacy
    In September, Britcham held a private dinner at the Rubaiyat Faria Lima restaurant in São Paulo for networking between British financial institutions which operate in Brazil.
    The British Ambassador to Brazil, Alex Ellis, from the British Consulate-General in São Paulo, Richard Turner and Francisco Itzaina, CBE, the Chairman of Britcham, in addition to representatives from Aberdeen Asset Management; AON; Ashmore; Barclays Bank; the British Consulate-General in São Paulo; HSBC;  Rothschild and Willis were present at the meeting. 
    Opportunities and challenges for foreign companies in the financial sector in Brazil were discussed during the dinner.

    New Members - 30% of selected guests are in contact with Britcham
    Britcham is striving to expand its associate base in order to generate new business opportunities and strengthen bilateral relations between Brazil and the United Kingdom. 
    We sent more than 200 membership invitations and have received replies from 30% of the selected contacts. Follow-up actions are continuing through executives from British groups in Brazil and Brazilian companies which are important in sustaining relations between the United Kingdom and Brazil. Our expectation is that membership continues to grow, which will strengthen the Chamber in supporting issues that are of interest to our members and will be discussed with stakeholders.
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