British Expertise

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British Expertise
Abbreviation BE
Formation 1966
Legal status Not for profit company
Purpose Membership organisation promoting British professional services abroad
Location
  • Grosvenor Gardens, London, UK
Region served
UK
Chief Executive
Tracey Smith
Main organ
Board of Directors
Website British Expertise

British Expertise is a trade organisation based in London that promotes British companies internationally.

History[edit]

The British Overseas Engineering Services Bureau was formed in 1966. It was initially financed by the Government's Board of Trade, and also liaised with the British National Exports Council. It became the British Consultants Bureau in 1967. The British Consultants and Construction Bureau (BCCB) was formed from the merger of the British Consultants Bureau and the International Construction Group in 2000. The organisation changed its name to British Expertise in August 2006. During early 2015 part of the organisation joined with The D Group to become British Expertise International.

Function[edit]

It promotes British companies and their professional services abroad.

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