Join EuroCham’s Financial Services Business Council on the 17th of December for drinks and nibbles to celebrate the festive season! This is a great opportunity to network, reflect on the past year and to wish everyone a successful 2020. All are welcome!
The Consulate General of Finland in Hong Kong and Macao, the Finnish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and the Business Environment Council are co-organizing a breakfast seminar themed “Creating smarter, sustainable cities”. The event is part of the annual What’s Up Finland? –week that highlights Finnish expertise and culture in Hong Kong. The event is also included in the Business of Design Week City Programme.
The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hong Kongis organizing a breakfast event addressing the future of human resources management – namely Exponential HR, with Deloitte Human Capital Consulting, with the following keynote speakers:
– Samuel Tsang, Partner, Asia Pacific HR Transformation Leader, Deloitte Consulting (Keynote Speaker)
– Benedicte Monneron, Regional Head of Human Resources APAC, BNP Paribas
– Remi Lugagne, Human Resources Director APAC, L’OREAL
– Julie Pourtois, Managing Director, Palo IT Hong Kong
The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong Wine and Spirits Business Council (WSBC) represents European Wine and Spirits companies in Hong Kong. With the objectives to engage the government stakeholders on imported wine and spirits issues including tax, regulations, IPRs and responsible consumption, it brings forward proposals, publishes position papers and develops constructive dialogue to facilitate market access that benefits both the trade and the development of Hong Kong. Read more...
The European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong Automotive Council (EAC) represents the European passenger car and commercial vehicle manufacturers in Hong Kong. It aims to bring forward proposals and be a speaking partner to the Government of the Hong Kong SAR on Automotive industry matters including... Read more...
EU-HK-MC, Intellectual Property Rights Business Council (IPRBC) is an initiative by the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, thanks to EU funding (European Union Business Information Programme)... Read more...
The Austrian Chamber of Commerce
The Austrian Chamber of Commerce (AustroCham) serves as a networking platform for the Austrian community and its interests in Hong Kong and, in particular, to create, advance and promote relations between Austria and Hong Kong.
Belgium-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
In December 1998, the former Belgian Business Association Ltd. (BBA), established in 1992, became the BLCC a non-profit organisation of business people with an active interest in developing two-way trade between Belgium – Luxembourg and Hong Kong and the region.
The British Chamber of Commerce
The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is a dynamic, independent, non-government body which represents 500 companies of all sizes and origins.
Danish Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong
The Danish Chamber of Commerce (DCC) provides a forum for all business which relates to Denmark, or Danish related companies.
The Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
The Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is a non-profit organisation, representing companies of all sizes, who have a stake in developing trade between the Netherlands, Hong Kong and Asia.
Finnish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
Finnish Chamber of Commerce is the main business forum for Finnish companies as well as for other companies engaged in business activities with Finnish companies.
The French Chamber of Commerce & Industry in HK
The French Chamber offers 12 dynamic and business-oriented committees or working groups for our members to take part in, giving them opportunity to share their professional experience and obtain industry updates.
Delegations of German Industry and Commerce
At 120 locations in 80 countries around the world, the members of German Chamber Network (AHKs) offer their experience, connections and services to German and foreign companies.
Irish Chamber of Commerce of Hong Kong
The Irish Chamber of Commerce of Hong Kong is a networking group for Irish business people living in Hong Kong and those with an interest in Irish business.
Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and Macao
The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong & Macao is a non-profit organization incorporated in March of 1997.
The Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
The Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong currently serves as an information and knowledge exchange point for Lithuanian investors and businesses interested in Hong Kong and Southern China markets as well as for Hong Kong and overseas companies interested in trading and investing in Lithuania.
Norwegian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong
The Norwegian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (NCC) was established in 1984 and is a forum for representatives of Norwegian companies in Hong Kong, representatives of local companies which have links to Norway or take an interest in Norway, as well as individuals.
The Portuguese-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The Portuguese-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCILC) was founded in 1978. It is a non-profit private entity devoted to the development of the economic and commercial relations between Portugal and the People’s Republic of China.
The Romanian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
The Romanian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong sets out to represent the Romanian business community in the region and promote Romania and its diverse assets.
Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
The Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is non-profit private entity that draws its members from both Hong Kong and Spain.
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong gives business and people a unique forum to meet and interact with each other, with other companies and organizations, and with government bodies.
The 𝗘𝗨𝗥𝗢𝗣𝗘𝗔𝗡 𝗣𝗔𝗩𝗜𝗟𝗜𝗢𝗡 is all set for Eco Expo Asia 2019! From 𝟯𝟬 𝗢𝗰𝘁𝗼𝗯𝗲𝗿 𝘁𝗼 𝟮 𝗡𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗲𝗿 at the AsiaWorld-Expo, our exhibitors will be exhibiting various European green products and solutions. Come and visit us at 𝗛𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝟲, 𝗯𝗼𝗼𝘁𝗵 𝟲-𝗔𝟭𝟮.Read more...
In January 2019, the OECD published a report, “Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) for SME Financing”, which concludes that despite the existence of certain risks, ICOs have the potential to provide a new method of raising capital for projects enabled by distributed ledger technologies (DLTs), such as blockchain, if appropriately regulated and supervised. The following provides a summary of the key risks and benefits of ICOs for SMEs identified by the OECD report.Read more...
The Hong Kong Business Ethics Development Centre (HKBEDC) has jointly organised thematic seminars with various professional bodies and trade organisations to promote good governance and professional ethics in the business sector.Read more...
A big thank you to everyone that joined EuroCham's Financial Services Business Council networking event yesterday evening, 11th of September at Santorini in Wan Chai. It was an evening of amazing Greek food, drinks and interesting conversations. See you at the next event!Read more...
EuroCham looks back on a successful breakfast event with a full house at the FCC this morning 10th October. A very special thanks goes to Steve Vickers for his captivating and insightful presentation, and thank you to the team of Steve Vickers & Associates for their great support. Thank you to all who joined us for lively active engagement and for making this event possible. Stay tuned for upcoming events!Read more...
Preliminary OECD figures show that Official Development Assistance (ODA) provided by the European Union and its Member States has reached €75.7 billion in 2017. With this, the European Union and its Member States continue to be the world's leading donor of development assistance. Read more
Representatives from the European Parliament and the Council reached yesterday evening a provisional agreement on the Regulation for monitoring and reporting CO2 emissions and fuel consumption data from new heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs), i.e. lorries, buses and coaches. This is the first ever EU legislation focusing on the CO2 emissions from these vehicles. Read more
The Commission proposed an ambitious and comprehensive package of measures to tackle non-performing loans in Europe, capitalising on the significant progress already made in reducing risks in the banking sector. Read more
The European Commission has welcomed the political agreement reached by EU Member States today on new transparency rules for intermediaries - such as tax advisers, accountants, banks and lawyers - who design and promote tax planning schemes for their clients. Read more
The analysis presented in today's Country Reports shows that the economic recovery, together with the reforms carried out in many parts of Europe, has contributed to improving the labour market and social context in Europe. Unemployment is at a ten-year low and almost back to pre-crisis levels, investment is picking up and public finances continue to improve. The share of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion has decreased to pre-crisis levels. However, remaining vulnerabilities, such as the high level of public and private debt, need to be overcome to safeguard the sustainability and inclusiveness of the current economic growth. Read more
The Commission put forward an Intellectual Property package, including guidance on the Directive on the enforcement of intellectual property rights. It will also continue to work on the establishment of Memoranda of Understanding with different intermediaries to find concrete solutions for the removal of counterfeited goods online. Read more
You, as business leaders, also have choices to make in a context of uncertainty. The UK will leave the EU on 29 March 2019. That is the only certainty we have at this stage. It is therefore important that all businesses analyse their exposure to the UK and are ready to adapt their logistics, supply chains and contracts. Of course, the transition period currently under negotiation would give you more time to adapt. However, certainty about the transition will only come at the end of the process, with the ratification of the withdrawal agreement by both sides –probably early next year. Read more