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About BritCham

The British Association of Trade and Commerce in Mongolia, or “BritCham” as we prefer to be known, traces its roots back over 50 years and is committed to fostering and building trade between Britain and Mongolia. We aim to create a modern-day Silk Road that promotes commercial exchange and cooperation between our two countries. By providing a platform for our members to connect, collaborate and grow, we hope to support the continued growth and development of trade and commerce between Britain and Mongolia


BritCham Board Chairman

S.J. (Steve) Potter is a seasoned business professional with over 40 years of experience in 10 countries across 3 continents. With a strong background in the mining industry and a well-rounded knowledge of all segments of business, Steve's focus is on sales, marketing and operations. He has a proven track record of success in sales and marketing, management, and executive leadership roles. Steve is a co-founder and senior advisor at Taskonir Trading LLC, a conference center and consultancy service, and previously held leadership positions at Enerel International LLC, Wagner Asia Equipment LLC, and more. He is an active member of several professional associations, including the British Association for Trade & Commerce in Mongolia "BritCham", where he serves as the founding member and board chairman....

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Our mission

Our mission is to develop and grow trade and commerce between Britain and Mongolia by


Supporting British companies who wish to invest in Mongolia.

Mongolian companies

Helping Mongolian companies trade goods and services in Britain.

Work closely

Work closely with the British Embassy in Mongolia and the British Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) and their Mongolian equivalents.

Global Network

Join and engage with the British Chambers of Commerce Global Business Network in London.

EuroChamber Mongolia

Work closely with our affiliate, EuroChamber Mongolia and support their initiatives that benefit Mongolian and it's 3rd neighbour.

The Steppe Inne Club

Establish the Steppe Inne Club as an effective local networking hub for Britcham members.

Education and culture

Support educational and cultural relationship between Mongolia and Britain.



Mongolia is a landlocked country known for its vast, rugged expanses and nomadic culture. It is located between China and Russia and covers an area of 1,564,116 square kilometers. With a population of 3,414,423, Mongolia's capital city, Ulaanbaatar, is the hub of the country's political and economic activity. The heart of the city is Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan) Square, named after the infamous founder of the Mongol Empire, who ruled the empire in the 13th and 14th centuries.

Mongolia Demographics

Mongolia's economy is forecast to grow in the coming years, with a projected GDP growth rate of 2.5 percent in 2022 and a rise to 4 percent in 2023. This growth is largely driven by contributions from the mining sector, which is a major contributor to the country's economy. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Mongolia was valued at 15.29 billion US dollars in 2021, according to the World Bank, representing a small but growing share of the global economy. With continued normalization of copper and coal exports, medium-term forecasts predict sustained above-potential growth for Mongolia's economy.

Mongolia's Economy

Mongolia's cultural heritage is shaped by its nomadic tradition and its position at the crossroads of empires and civilizations. From traditional arts like music, dance, and literature, to the traditional Mongolian home, the "ger,", Mongolian culture is rich and varied. The country's equestrian and wrestling traditions also play a strong role in shaping its cultural identity. Mongolia is home to a number of festivals, such as the Naadam Festival, which celebrates its cultural heritage and history.

Mongolian Culture