The BCCL offers a wide range of events which aim to meet the different interests of our members and the business community in general. Events are open to members & non-members. Emphasis is given to guest speakers and lecturers from the UK, “hot” and practical business topics, promotion of UK cultural traditions in Lithuania, and the practical integration of new members into the chamber’s network. Up to 30 events are organised each year. Events include: our Monthly Business Breakfast Briefings, the Annual General Meeting, New Members‘ Evenings, Training Workshops, Social Events, Political Briefing Lunches, and Joint Events with other chambers operating in Lithuania.
Annual General Meeting
Business Breakfast Briefing
New Members Evening
The BCCL is continuing the series of panel discussions on possible hard Brexit scenario. VAT and customs duty matters can disrupt your business post Brexit – unless you are prepared DUE TO THE LIMIT NUMBER OF SEATS, THE PRIORITY TO ATTEND WILL BE GIVEN TO THE BCCL MEMBER COMPANIES. VAT and customs duties are not the hottest […]Read more
The British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania is supporting the MAPPS Consortium (UK) Senior Partners delegation to Vilnius and their hosted focused business forum. The forum will be followed by a possibility to register for 30 min each B2B meetings with MAPPS partners to discuss the possible business partnerships. MAPPS Consortium of British Companies is engaged in the […]Read more
The BCCL is continuing the series of panel discussions on Brexit – The UK: Labour Mobility after Brexit. TBC.Read more
BCCL team will present the BCCL activities and financial reports for 2018 At the AGM. Please take your time to attend this meeting, which is an excellent opportunity to hear what the chamber has been up to in 2018, what are news and plans for the future. We are always keen to initiate a discussion […]Read more
First of all – thank you for the opportunity! While quite a number of 1-2 days training tend to be ineffective and it is difficult to say what you have taken away (which forces to regret the time spent), this format was very different, and I really appreciated it. The workshop lasted half day only, was focused, avoided ‘lecturing’ in its worse meaning, allowed moderately academic tone and did not turn into ‘much information about nothing’. The trainer was competent and the audience – active, collaborative and curious. I would be reluctant to insist on gaining absolutely new skills or knowledge, but this is exactly why this format absolutely made sense to me and did not leave a feeling of the time lost. The workshop itself was a good re-fresh and inspiration to move forward.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania unites a vibrant and active business community and provides exclusive events, wide communication and cooperation opportunities for its members. It is an honour and privilege to be a part of this community
The best part of the British Chamber of Commerce is, without a doubt, the business events – always well organised and relevant to an international corporation’s business development in Lithuania and the Baltics. I also greatly enjoy the Chamber’s social and fundraising events that enable us to contribute to good causes.
1st Best Indian Curry and “Audience choice” went to “Bright Ginger Olive” by Barclays Group Operations Lithuania. 1st Best Indian Curry and “Audience choice” went to “Bright Ginger Olive” by Barclays Group Operations Lithuania.Read more