Press release: EuroCham hires Ingrid Reinli as General Manager

The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong hires Ingrid Reinli as General Manager

EuroCham Hong Kong is pleased to announce that Ingrid Reinli has joined the Chamber as General Manager with immediate effect. Ingrid will represent the Chamber to internal constituencies, the Hong Kong Government and the broader Hong Kong business community as well as support the Chamber’s diverse people and programmes.

Robert Agnew, EuroCham Hong Kong Chairperson, said, “Ingrid Reinli, a Swedish national, comes to us with a wealth of experience with multinationals, government organisations, and smaller firms in locations across the US, Europe and Asia.”

I was attracted by the Chamber’s commitment to increasing relations between its European Chamber members and Hong Kong Government officials on diverse topics, trade, policies and regulations. I have a strong belief in international collaboration and knowledge sharing and look forward to supporting European business interests in Hong Kong and the Broader Greater Bay Area“, said Ingrid.

About the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Established in 1997, the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is a non-governmental business interest group. EuroCham Hong Kong is a “Chamber of Chambers” with its membership comprising 16 European Chambers based in Hong Kong and 1 in Macau. The appointed representatives of these Chambers make up the EuroCham Board of Directors.

The EuroCham’s key objectives are to:

  • Provide a channel of communication within European Chambers in Hong Kong and economic circles.
  • Promote commercial, industrial, financial, scientific and other economic exchanges of all types between Hong Kong and the European Union.
  • Identify the problems that European companies may encounter in their development within Hong Kong and their extended Mainland Chinese market.
  • Host functions that allow members to discuss and network with Hong Kong and European officials.
The EuroCham Business Councils are designed, namely:
  • To develop working groups on specific industry sectors, with representation from National Chambers of Commerce and private companies, with the aim of providing input for the formulation of EU bilateral policies and regulatory dialogue with relevant interlocutors in the Hong Kong government.
  • To develop research work and studies on EU-related business, trade and investment in Hong Kong.
The EuroCham Councils are:
  • Europan Automotive Council (EAC)
  • Environment and Energy Business Council (EEBC)
  • Financial Services Business Council (FSBC)
  • Information, Communication and Technology Business Council (ICTBC)
  • Intellectual Property Rights (IPRBC)

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