The Russo-British Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee that has worked to promote trade and cooperation between the UK and Russia since 1916, helping companies in both countries to find trading partners and representing the interests of its member companies of all sizes. To find out more about the history of Russo-British business and the RBCC itself, click on the links to the left of this page.
With offices in London, Moscow and St Petersburg, the modern-day Chamber provides up-to-date advice, research and market-entry support (to Russia and to UK) along with regular information through our website, weekly e-mail newsletter, the RBCC Observer, and monthly members’ magazine, the RBCC Bulletin.
Continuous programmes of high-quality conferences, missions and seminars offer our members valuable opportunities for learning, networking and business development, while our long-standing contacts with government and business circles in both countries mean that we are strongly placed to assist our members.
As a membership organisation we welcome the participation of new and existing members in shaping the way we work and the services and activities we provide. In everything we do – ranging from the topics covered in the Bulletin to the speakers we obtain, from the sectors in which we run specialist events to the regions we visit with trade missions – we seek to reflect the evolving market place and interests of our members. Consequently we value very highly the input, suggestions and feedback from our members.
Our existing members range from global corporates to SMEs and cover the full diversity of business sectors. We always welcome the addition of new members and I do hope that you will want to join RBCC if you have not already done so.