Endorsed by the European Union, the EIBN has been set up by a consortium of seven European chambers of commerce. The implementing partners are:
EKONID - German-Indonesian Chamber of Industry and Commerce
EKONID is the officially recognized agency to promote bilateral business relations between Germany and Indonesia. It was established in 1970 and has grown to become the largest European chamber of commerce in Indonesia. In its more than 40 years of existence, EKONID has developed into a provider of a wide range of services, far surpassing its original trade promotion objectives.
EuroCham focuses on promoting European business interests and representing its European member companies. The organization maintains close working relationships with the European Commission, European Union Delegation, European Bilateral Chambers of Commerce in Indonesia, and European Embassies in Indonesia. EuroCham aims to improve the market access for European companies in Indonesia through information sharing and a proactive advocacy dialogue with the Government of Indonesia; it represents a pan-European industry voice.
BritCham - British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia
The British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia (BritCham) is building on a British business presence that extends back for more than a hundred years. Annually, BritCham hosts more than 100 events that provide platforms for business development amongst its members in the effort to actively promote and assist the continuation and growth of trade and investment between Indonesia and Great Britain. Working with the British Embassy (UKTI) and the British Council, BritCham is committed to developing services that support from inception all stages of business development in Indonesia.
IFCCI - Indonesian French Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The IFCCI’s mission is to contribute on developing and fostering economic, commercial and financial relations between France and Indonesia. One of its strengths is to be able to respond to the needs of large corporations as well as SMEs and entrepreneurs. To achieve this, IFCCI provides a comprehensive information platform, promote Members' interests to industry leaders and key decision-makers, offers an extensive range of business services and communication tools, giving access to people and information. In short, IFCCI connects people, ideas, concepts and actions.
INA -Indonesian Netherlands Association
INA is the official Benelux Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia. The association aims to facilitate, encourage and support business cooperation between Indonesia, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, and serves more than 250 members. INA operates from its head office in Jakarta, supported by its liaison office in The Hague (INA Nederland).
EUROCHAMBRES - Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry
The association is one of the largest business representative organizations in Brussels, representing over 20 million companies through its network of 2000 Chambers of Commerce and Industry. EUROCHAMBRES represents, serves and promotes European Chambers of Commerce and Industry through lobbying, development of projects and services to members. EUROCHAMBRES is a member of Enterprise Europe Network.
CCI Barcelona – Cambra de Commerç de Barcelona
CCI Barcelona is a representative institution, providing services to business and representing their interests to the Spanish government. CCI Barcelona also promotes business activities and sustainable development for the region of Catalonia. Its continuous aims are to contribute to human capital development and the internationalization of companies, as well as the promotion of an information society.
The EIBN also works closely with numerous associates and stakeholders including the EU Member States’ Embassies and business associations in Indonesia as well as Indonesian organisations.
BKPM - The Investment Coordinating Board of the Republic of Indonesia. Restored to Ministerial status in 2009, BKPM is the primary interface between business and government, and is mandated to boost domestic and foreign direct investment through creating a conducive investment climate.
KADIN - The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is an umbrella organisation for business associations and chambers focusing on all matters related to trade, industry and investment, with branches across Indonesia’s 33 provinces. It is the only nationwide business organisation mandated to speak on behalf of the private sector and maintains a privileged liaison with government officials from all relevant sectors.
APINDO -The Indonesia Employers Association is an organisational body which represents Indonesian employers from both private and state owned companies throughout the country. It provides a forum for consultation and discussion on key issues impacting employers, including manpower, industrial disputes and environmental management, as well as ensuring that employers’ concerns are taken into account by the government.