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Ever wondered what it’s like to be a BCCT Board Director? Its enjoyable and fun – mostly. There’s some work involved – driving the chamber’s big picture strategy and some oversight. You can join one of the chamber’s 20 active working groups and engage your team members. You get to build your own network and meet ministers, diplomats, officials, and interesting people as well as have a positive effect on British businesses and trade/policy.

BCCT is the oldest and one of the most active chambers in Thailand. Our consistently high NPS scores for the 100+ activities and events we run each year is evidence of the value we provide to our members. This year the chamber is investing in enhancing the member experience through additional resourcing for events, branding, our digital platforms, a new website and staff skills development.  

All members in Thailand are welcome to stand for the board – all nationalities (of person or company), genders and ages. The current board is truly diverse with the youngest ever Board Director and the youngest Chair. The gender balance is 50/50 and we have more Thai nationals on the board than in recent past years. Don’t be shy! Step forward and stand for the BCCT board ….



Under fixed-term limits of four consecutive years, two current board directors will stand down and cannot stand for re-election. One more board director will also stand down. A further five current board directors have reached the end of their 2-year terms and may stand for re-election with other BCCT members who are not current directors. At the election, the eight highest polling candidates will be appointed to serve 2-year terms.

A nomination form will be e-mailed on request from - - to those wishing to stand. The completed and signed nomination form must include the name of a proposer and seconder from different BCCT member companies. A candidate or an employee of his/her company may not propose or second. The form must be submitted to the BCCT office together with a photo of the candidate and a profile (maximum 300 words – text will be cut at 300th word) no later than 5.00 pm on TUESDAY 27TH FEBRUARY.

Voting will be electronic as per the last three elections.

Please carefully study the role of a BCCT board director below and the Terms of Reference which can be found on the BCCT website here


* Attendance at monthly Board meetings (dates set at the beginning of the year). A minimum of 6 Board meetings must be attended.

* All directors or their senior colleagues will be expected to actively participate in a BCCT Working Groups and other meetings/events as and when applicable

* Preparation of regular reports on news, developments, opportunities, etc in your sector or area of expertise 

* Attendance at BCCT events in order to represent the chamber, meet members, etc, as individual schedules permit

* Input on any issues raised by BCCT members, officers or the BCCT office

* Promotion of the BCCT among the Thai and foreign business communities in and outside Thailand

*A Board Director may not miss three Board meetings in a row without notice otherwise he/she is deemed to have vacated office.

There will be a ‘hustings’ event prior to the Annual General Meeting when board candidates may introduce themselves to members and state how they plan to support members while a board director.

All directors will be expected to sign a declaration regarding conflicts of interest if they have not already done so.