The BCCH additionally can now offer through its British Business Centre direct assistance to British exporters. Services range from direct market consultation (route into the market) through to full access to state of the art facilities within the Centre for hot-desking, meetings and conferences.The Centre’s on-going mission is to use the local market knowledge and extensive range of contacts to promote and enhance British-Hungarian business relations even further.
The extension of the services that includes, but is not limited to, market entry strategies, promotion & outreach, mentoring and service reporting will look to further increase over the coming year to service with the hope of reaching out to over 270 British firms from this year’s 120 achieved. The result of this year’s business exceeded over 225k GBP that the Centre aims to increase well over the 300k GBP mark for the next financial year.
Each client’s needs are naturally different, which is why the Centre’s consultants remain flexible and innovative in providing a bespoke service tailored for each company. The BCCH is very proud to have been selected by the UK government through the Business Centre to provide now fully accredited export services having been awarded full British Chambers accreditation in March of this year thus aligning itself with certified quality assurance laid down by the partnership with the government agency UK Trade and Investment.
The partnership with UKTI and the British Embassy also keeps The British Business Centre continually close to government and business contacts too allowing them to work together in pooling business opportunities and market intelligence with the aim to fully develop these pipelines further in the future. The Centre’s key targets for the future remain two-fold, firstly to generate enough self-sustainable revenue streams from UK clients to make a profitable business unit whilst at the same time boosting BCCH membership through these new UK clients in the market.