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About Us


The British American Business Council of New England, Inc. (BABCNE) is a founding chapter member of The British American Business Council, which was launched in September 1986 by HRH The Prince of Wales. A non-profit international business association, BABCNE is a community of more than 100 transatlantic businesses, academics, and industry executives who are passionate about fostering business development and networking opportunities between the United Kingdom and New England.

UK Trade Mission

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BABCNE provides a platform for showcasing the strength and relationship between the UK and New England markets, and helps its members broaden their exposure to new transatlantic business opportunities. It is a unique network, generating value for its members with its B2B connections and international reach. With its close partnership with the British Consulate General and its Trade and Investment team, BABCNE provides unparalleled access to political analysis and policy insights from senior British diplomats as well as its extensive trade and investment team. This network of individuals and companies focused on cross-border business can provide guidance in setting up or growing your business on either side of the Atlantic.


In addition to its business engagements, BABCNE provides a range of both formal and informal programming designed to educate, entertain, and showcase the talent and offerings of its members. This ranges from expert roundtables and presentations with distinguished speakers from government, industry, and academia to cooking shows and casual social gatherings. This curated program of events across New England is designed to keep members plugged in, switched on, and out and about!​

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Awards luncheon with the British Ambassador

Special Event

Whether you’re already conducting business between the US and UK, or are interested in expanding operations across the pond, BABCNE bolsters profitable relations both personally and professionally.

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