The British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce is a vibrant and proactive organisation with a mission to bring together British, Estonian and international businesses to work for mutual benefit. The BECC builds bridges for collaboration and unites its members.
The BECC aims to put your business in touch with potential clients, investors and business partners in Estonia, the United Kingdom and indeed the rest of the world. We organise a broad range of events which offer networking possibilities and valuable insights to business as well as a platform for discussions on current topics.
We offer a wide range of business information and support services to help our members. The BECC is a membership-based NGO which comprises of companies from various sectors and fields of expertise. Meet our members
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News and Events
- The BECC Charity Burns Supper 24th January 2014
- BECC Executive Women’s Dinner, 27 November at Radisson Blu Hotel Olümpia
- BECC Export Seminar: International Trade in 2014
- BECC November Mingle, Thursday 14
- Investors’ Summit 2013. Staying Attractive – The Way Forward
- BECC Guy Fawkes Night, 3 November at restaurant Roots
- BECC October Mingle, October 17 at Garage48 HUB
Members have their say
The BECC is the most active and definitely the best value foreign Chamber of Commerce in Estonia. It brings together a huge number of the successful and innovative businesses who are gaining Estonia such an enviable reputation around the world. But not only does it offer big business opportunities for its members, it also makes a great contribution to Estonian society and charities.
Membership of the British-Estonian Chamber of Commerce (BECC) has created lots of valuable business relations to our company globally as well as locally. One step leads to another, one contact leads to at least three-four others. Joining the BECC can be an excellent choice for companies who are planning to become international or looking for new challenges in new markets.
Thanks to the generous contributions of the BECC members we are making many dreams of ill children come true. I’m grateful for BECC membership because it allows us to get acquainted with potential new cooperation partners.
The Chamber and it’s team have created an environment that facilitates both cooperation and openness which we are key to establishing partners within Estonia and the UK. As a proud member of the BECC for several years we have seen many business opportunities come from our cooperation and we consider the membership very good value for money. We look forward to 2014 being another year to strengthen our ties with the Estonian and UK business community with the BECC and also to meeting new members.