The members of the British-Romanian Chamber of Commerce (BRCC) elected Charles Crocker to become the new CEO of the chamber.
Now in charge with the BRCC operations, Charles Crocker has been working as a business entrepreneur for over 20 years in Romania and the Region. He has developed many teams and businesses such as Pegasus, Achieve Global, Barnett McCall Recruitment, Gi Group and Frontline Resourcing and led them from start up to exit, including regional expansion, acquisition and strategic partnerships.
Recently the new CEO the British Romanian Chamber of Commerce has been working as a consultant supporting new companies to enter the Romanian market and working with different organizations on their Human Resource priorities.
“I feel honoured to become the CEO of The British Romanian Chamber of Commerce and to be able to offer my experience and know-how in order to contribute to strengthening the relationships between the UK and Romania. My 20 year experience here in Romania allows me to profoundly understant the needs and the questions of both markets and so to develop a strong mechanism that will increase in trade between those two countries through business-to-business dialogue,” said Charles Crocker.
“These are exciting and important time for the BRCC activity as we will have a number of trade delegations from UK to Romania and from Romania to the UK. We are also launching a campaign to help Romanian companies looking for British products, services and partners to put them directly in touch with the right British companies. More, we will be launching new digital development services and many other events both in Bucharest and Cluj, as well as continuing our regional development in Iasi and Timisoara”, added the CEO of BRCC.
The British Romanian Chamber of Commerce provides the resource, knowledge and infrastructure support vital to UK companies to make the most of emerging opportunities in Romania, and for Romanian companies to do business in the established markets of the UK. Established in 1998, the BRCC is an independent organisation, owned entirely by its members.