Indonesia Netherlands Association

The Indonesian Netherlands Association (established in 1978) 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 services more than 290 members. INA operates from its head office in Jakarta, supported by its liaison office in The Hague (INA Nederland). All these activities are executed in close cooperation with and fully supported by the Netherlands Foreign Trade Agency (EVD)

INA offers a wide range of services:

Providing market information to Netherlands/Indonesian companies
Pre-selecting potential business partners
Monitoring market developments
Market surveys and research in specific business sectors
Arranging company visits, business missions and meetings
Arranging business and working permits
Handling formalities related to the set-up of PMA companies
Organising exhibitions and seminars
Publishing the monthly INA Bulletin and quarterly INA Magazine

Menara Jamsostek Building Tower A
20th floor, Jl. Jend.
Gatot Subroto No. 38,
Jakarta 12710
Tel. +62-21-52902177
Fax. +62-21-52902178

Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

KADIN stands for 'Kamar Dagang dan Industri', or Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It is the umbrella organization of the Indonesian business chambers and associations.

KADIN is focused on all matters relating to trade, industry and services, and is highly committed to tapping potentials and synergies of the national economy, offering a strategic forum for Indonesian entrepreneurs. It is privately financed, hence an independent spokesperson of private sector interests.

It is also the only nation-wide business organization mandated by Law No. 1/1987 to speak on behalf of private business, maintaining a privileged liaison to Government Officials and covering all relevant sectors.

33 regional Chambers (KADIN Daerah) and 440 district branches ensure national coverage. Because of this huge network, KADIN Indonesia is the preferred partner for foreign companies initiating their engagement in Indonesia

Indonesian Chamber of
Commerce and Industry
Menara KADIN Indonesia, 24th Floor
Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said X-5 Kav. 2-3
Jakarta 12950
Tel: +62-21-5274503
Fax: +62-21-5274505

British Chamber of Commerce

The British Chamber of Commerce is now in its second decade of establishment building on a British business presence that extends more than a hundred years.
Over those years, we have had the pleasure of welcoming the most influential politicians,business leaders, world commentators, renowned experts in various fields and academicians as guests to over various forums. Last year, we hosted more than one hundred events that provided broad platforms for business development amongst our members.
Working in partnership with the British Embassy (UKTI) and the British Council, whose senior representatives sit on our Board of Management, BritCham is committed to developing a services infrastructure that supports all stages of business development right from their inception in Indonesia.
To our members and a wider business community, we represent an independent and reliable source of information on issues. This covers politics, current affairs, security,health, inside-track analysis from our business sector groups, advocacy, personal andsocial development. In addition, the Chamber provides tremendous media opportunities for promoting and advertising to a dynamic business community.
Although British in name, our BritCham community is far from exclusively British. Theintegrity of the BritCham brand attracts members, sponsors and advertisers with rootsfrom all over the globe and most pleasingly, from our host country, Indonesia. Indeed,through the establishment of Britain in South East Asia (BiSEA), opportunities are expanding in a regional context.

BritCham Business Centre
Wisma Metropolitan I F/15,
Jln. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 29 – 31,
Jakarta – 12920
Tel.: +62 21 5229453
Fax.: +62 21 5279135

Indonesia Canada Chamber of Commerce

The ICCC is an organization dedicated to serving its members, the Indonesian-Canadian business community. We do this by providing regular information on business in Indonesia, by hosting events providing opportunities to learn about and discuss business in Indonesia and in Canada, and by representing the general interests of Canadian business to the Indonesian government. We also actively organize a number of social events to bring our members closer together.

Many of our members are Canadians doing business in Indonesia, but we also have members from around the world, including many from our host country, Indonesia. One of our most important aims is to be a "bridge", either between representatives of various business interests or between business and government.

The ICCC was formed through the merging of two existng independent organizations. The Canadian Business Association which largely represented Canadian businesspeople in Indonesia, while the Indonesian Canada Business Council which largely consisted of Indonesian businesspeople interested in closer business ties with Canada. Feeling that much effort was duplicated, it was agreed that one strong organization was preferable to two smaller ones, and both organisations decided to merge. Subsequently we have expanded operations where now we also represent Canadian business interests in the International Business Chamber. This group actively lobbies the Indonesian government to ensure that the views of international businesses are heard when new legislation or regulations are being discussed.

c/o Canadian Education International
Wisma Metropoliltan I, 11th Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman kav 29-31
Jakarta 12920
Tel. +62 21 527 7890
Fax. +62 21 527 7891

Indonesia International Chamber of Commerce

ICC Indonesia, a National Committee with an organizational Statute drawn in close reference with the Constitutions of ICC and KADIN Indonesia, retains a role as the representative of Republic of Indonesia to ICC and the membership coordinator to the Indonesian business enterprises and practitioners. As one of the objectives, ICC Indonesia pledges to contribute to the pursuit of increasing international trading with buyers’ foreign countries.

Significant to its role as the international commerce liaison, ICC Indonesia has successfully published UCP 600 in both English and Bahasa Indonesia that are made available to its members. Following to this accomplishment, ICC Indonesia had organized its first tutorial class for CDCS certification in 2007, and a series of workshops discussing International Trade Finance.

ICC Indonesia has been seriously concerned about the readiness of human resource capability to handle timely export transactions. Escalating all out efforts to support for this goal, requires all key stakeholders including banks to improve knowledge and skills of their officers and managers to accomplish International Trade transaction effectively.

Tempo Pavilion 1 Building 8th Floor
Jl. HR. Rasuna Said Kav. 11
Jakarta 12950
Tel: (+62 21) 2966 7914
Fax: (+62 21) 2966 7915