Welcome to the
Mongolian-British
Chamber of Commerce
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Welcome

The MBCC is a not-for-profit membership organisation established in 2009 to foster strong business links between Mongolia and the UK. Chaired by Mr John Grogan, it aims to provide a professional and social environment for business people who wish to be introduced to, and become part of, the British-Mongolian business culture and community.

New and noteworthy

New source of business offers

The Mongolian Business Database has created a Business Offers page and a section with Jobs and Tenders on its home page. It also offers to post and circulate information from UK companies through the link. For more information contact Serod.

Prime Minister Saikhanbileg’s address to the nation

The Business Council of Mongolia has shared with us Prime Minister Ch. Saikhanbileg’s address to the nation delivered on April 5 (click here). In his hard-hitting speech, he noted, “We thought the mining commodities price would always be high, we became too arrogant with the little success we had, we believed that the rest of the world wouldn’t affect us, as if we were aliens. As a result, our hands became tied by our political dispute, which doesn’t bring food to our tables…”

First Doing Business with Mongolia Seminar of 2015

The 25th February Doing Business with Mongolia seminar was attended by over 70 people, and was hosted by Ernst & Young LLP at Becket House in London. Read more…

 

Upcoming

 17 September: Doing Business with Mongolia seminar

The next Doing Business with Mongolia seminar will be on at 18:00 on Thursday 17 September 17. Conducted under Chatham House rules, the seminars are usually attended by 60-80 people from the business community and the cultural and political worlds. They provide an excellent platform for introductions, catching up, and staying ahead of developments in Mongolia. Details about speakers and topics will be posted soon.

23-27 November: Mission for UK companies in the construction and mining industries.

Delivered by the CEA for UKTI and the British Embassy in Ulaanbaatar, this is a proven opportunity to engage with the Mongolian construction and mining markets.  The week-long programme includes a briefing at the Embassy, seminars, networking events, and visit to Shivee Ovoo coal mine. More details here or contact gill.stirk@admin.co.uk +44 (0)208 253 4502