Welcome to the BRCC Business Centre!

In 2013, the BRCC entered into an agreement with UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), the UK Government department that helps businesses succeed in overseas markets. Under this agreement, the BRCC is taking over UKTI’s role in developing exports and investment into Romania from small-to-mid-sized British companies. This project will allow members to benefit from the growing trade between the two countries to an even greater extent.

A key element of the UKTI project is the setting up of the BRCC Business Centre in our Bucharest offices, through which we provide a wide range of services and facilities. | Learn more or Make an enquiry

Business Centre News

The UK Trade and Investment has become the Department for International Trade.

The UK Trade and Investment has become the Department for International Trade. The department should be referred to as follows: Department for International Trade or…Read more

CEO Camera de Comerţ Britanică-Română: «Sunt 2.000 de businessuri româneşti în Anglia»

România va rămâne un partener de afaceri important pentru Marea Britanie, dă asigurări, într-un interviu acordat revistei Capital, Charles Crocker, directorul general al Camerei de…Read more

HR Hub Europe & EECAD Job Vacancy Head UKTI C5 for Bucharest

  JOB VACANCY The British Embassy in Bucharest is part of a world-wide network, representing British political, economic and consular interests overseas and is looking…Read more



Tackling future challenges of the digital era – CertAsig CYBER insurance

56% of companies are worried about increased cyber-attacks and their impact  on business development, according to EY Global Information Security Survey (GISS) The corporate world…Read more

Another year – Another change

The year 2017 was one when many changes were proposed by the Government, but these changes were not always implemented. Some important changes in the…Read more

An insight into our approach to risk: frequency versus severity

Risk management is at the core of how insurance companies drive their business. Following the Solvency 2 Directive, which governs the EU insurance market, risk…Read more