FAQs

What are the different types of membership?

EuroCham offers membership to all individuals, companies and organizations, regardless of nationality. For corporate membership, all of your employees are entitled to get the benefit of EuroCham services. Your employees will have access to our events and products and enjoy a special member rate to EuroCham events.

How do I become EuroCham Indonesia member?

The first step to becoming EuroCham Indonesia member is to fill out the [membership form] and submit to EuroCham Indonesia. The next step is review and approval process by EuroCham Board. After approval process, EuroCham will send invoice for membership payment and then proceed with verification of payment. After all process is complete, you are an official member of EuroCham Indonesia. Welcome to EuroCham Indonesia!

Why should I become EuroCham Indonesia member?

The Chamber provides its member companies assistance in advocacy work. Doing advocacy work in itself is costly for a company, and even costlier when it's not done at all, particularly in Indonesia. Financially, engaging a private business/company to do advocacy work is believed to cost a company much higher than the Chamber's membership fee. Please reach membership@eurocham.id for the different membership plans available.

What is the membership fee?

EuroCham has 4 different categories of membership:

  • SME
  • Regular
  • Gold
  • Platinum

Find out more on the membership fee here.

Before I become a member can I connect with EuroCham members?

The Chamber provides a way for non-members to visit a working group meeting, if you are interested in this please reach us at info@eurocham.id.

Before committing to a membership you may also connect with a EuroCham Indonesia Board member. Please reach us at info@eurocham.id if you would like to speak with a Board member.

What is a Board?

The EuroCham Indonesia is supported by a Board consisting of its members, elected annually for a 1-year tenure Board Membership. Individuals who sit on the board are responsible for overseeing the organization's activities. Board members meet periodically to discuss and vote on the affairs of the organization.

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