EuroCham is searching for new interns


Initiated in 1997, the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (EuroCham) is a non-governmental business interest group. The EuroCham is a ‘Chamber of Chambers’ with its membership compromising 15 European Chamber based in Hong Kong and 1 in Macau. The European Chamber of Commerce creates business opportunities via its network of Chambers, business associations and government agencies.

EuroCham is looking for 2-3 interns to assist Business Councils in their research work and constructing position papers for lobbying purposes as well as events and activities related to the councils’ work from August/September until the end of 2018.

The six Business Councils represent specific industries (IPRBC – Intellectual Property Rights Business Council, FSBC – Financial Services Business Council, ICTBC – Information and Communication Technology Business Council, EEBC – Environment and Energy Business Council, EAC – EuroCham Automotive Council and WSBC – Wine & Spirits Business Council with the aim to provide input for the formulation of European bilateral policies with relevant interlocutors in Hong Kong and Macau authorities.

The intern will participate in the meetings of the councils and assist the council members in the research and analysis of European-related business, trade and investment in Hong Kong. The daily tasks will include for example conducting interviews with stakeholders, summarizing information and writing reports. The councils consist of members of the leading companies in their fields in Hong Kong. The intern is given a unique opportunity to work in co-operation with high-level business leaders. The intern will work closely with one or two councils. The intern will also be expected to manage various events organized by EuroCham or in collaboration with other national chambers or partners of EuroCham.

An ideal intern is interested in international business and regulations around it as well as the industries our councils cover. The internship is a perfect opportunity for a student of European studies, international relations, politics, law, business, IT, environment or another relevant field. The intern has to have excellent interpersonal and organizational skills and strong communication skills in English and Cantonese. A successful intern will also be expected to show flexibility, an open mind as well as responsibility and initiative to handle the various tasks involved in the job.

The intern will be located at our office in the heart of Hong Kong Central and will have the chance to work with the European business community in Hong Kong.

If you think you have what we are looking for, send your CV and resume to us via email:


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