China-Britain Business Council
The main objective of the China-Britain Business Council (CBBC) is to assist any British company or organisation to do business with China.
In this it works closely with the private sector and trade organisations, including UK Trade & Investment; the British Embassy and Consulate Generals in China; the British Chambers of Commerce in China; and the Devolved Administrations and Regional Development Agencies in the UK. CBBC is recognised at the highest levels of the Chinese government and it hosts business events for all senior Chinese leaders visiting UK.
CBBC delivers its services through a network of seven offices in the UK and 11 Chinese cities. The main China office is in the British Centre in Beijing where it shares space with the British Chamber of Commerce. The other Chinese cities in which CBBC operates are: Chengdu, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Qingdao, Shanghai, Shenyang, Shenzhen and Wuhan.
Services and assistance provided by CBBC's network of China offices include:
- Membership & Support Services
- Overseas Market Introduction Service (OMIS)
- Launchpad, Launchpad Plus and Representative Office Service
- CBBC Research Services
- Trade Mission and Exhibitions
- Event Management
- Employee Selection Service
- CBBC Incorporation Service
- Chinese Business Culture Training Programme
- CBBC China Trading Forum
President: Sir David Brewer, CMG
Chief Executive: Mr Stephen Phillips