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 and social 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. The integrity of the BritCham brand attracts members, sponsors and advertisers with roots from 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.

Whether you are an SME in the UK looking at opportunities in Indonesia or an established business here, the only way to truly appreciate the value of membership is to take the first step and join our dynamic informational business community.

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BritCham Chairman (2013-2017), Adrian Short, presenting the Joint European Chamber Business Confidence Index, designed and managed by BritCham Indonesia.

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BritCham CEO, Chris Wren, probing Google Indonesia Managing Director, Tony Keusgen, about the social media phenomena in Indonesia.

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BritCham, in partnership with the GREAT campaign. This is Broadcast Indonesia Exhibition – one of the seven opportunities to visit, exhibit with BritCham.

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The BritCham Annual General Meeting 2017.

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BritCham is the only business group in Indonesia with a community portfolio. This year we celebrate 10 years of activities that have given opportunity to more than 4500 kids.





The RT Hon Liam Fox MP in Indonesia discussing new paradigms for international trade with BritCham members.

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