WHO WE ARE

Launched in 2013, the EU-Indonesia Business Network (EIBN) is a partnership project between five European bilateral chambers of commerce in Indonesia and two counterparts in Europe. Our aim is to promote Indonesia and ASEAN as high potential trade and investment destinations among companies from all EU28 member states – especially SMEs - and support them in their endeavors to explore the full potential in Indonesia.

Building on the long standing experience of its partners, the EIBN acts as a first entry point for European businesses, providing accurate and in-depth information on market potential, while supporting companies with market research and their establishment in the country.

The project was initiated and is co-funded by the EU.

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23/05/2017
Upcoming Event

Business Seminar: Opportunities for Polish enterprises in Indonesia an...

EU-Indonesia Business Network (EIBN) together with Eurocham Myanmar will be in Warsaw, Poland to do...

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24/05/2017
Upcoming Event

EVBN Webminar: Vietnam’s Green Sector

EU-Vietnam Business Network (EVBN) will organize a webinar...


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09/05/2017
Past Event

EIBN Pharmaceutical Info Session

EU-Indonesia Business Network (EIBN) organised the info session “Pharmaceutical Industry in Indonesi...


EVENTS

14
Jun
2017

The Brussels Chamber of Commerce (BECI) together with EA Link will organize a seminar

14
Jun
2017

Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Bucharest, Romania in cooperation with Chamber of Commerce a

16
Jun
2017

The FIRST and UNPRECEDENTED European Art of Living Exhibition in South East Asia is here!

07
Aug
2017

IoT Indonesia is held annually in Jakarta and it represents the biggest event in the annual calendar

NEWS

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The visit of Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskait? to Indonesia last week was the first trip...

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Italy has expressed interest in strengthening economic ties

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Indonesia and Denmark launched a map pinpointing the wind power potential in Indonesia.

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Indonesia is going to consume 99,000 tons of chocolate this year.