EuroCham Business Councils
The EuroCham’s Business Councils are designed as one of a key objectives of the EU Business Information Programme, namely:
This Business Council aims to bring together experts in the IPR field in Hong Kong and Macao on a regular basis, to brainstorm on policy, regulatory, and market access issues in order to disseminate information on changes in the EU regulatory systems on matters of concern in the field of IPR and wider trade related issues.
The financial services industry includes firms that deal with the management, investment, transfer, and lending of money.
As it pertains to technology, IT spans a wide variety of areas that include but are not limited to things such as Processes, Computer Software, Computer Hardware, Programming Languages, and Data Constructs.
The Environment and Energy Business Council is the initiative by the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. It was set up in early 2013, with the objective to represent European businesses in Hong Kong and Macao in addressing concerns regarding environmental protection and sustainability issues in Hong Kong.
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, but not limited to, opportunities to enhance road safety, reduction in environmental impact, enhancement of the economic benefits and improvements in industry administrative processes.
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.