If you’re thinking of starting a business in Korea, it might be a good idea to become a member of a chamber of commerce that is relevant to you. We’ve compiled a list of chambers of commerce in Korea below.
The SCCK regularly organize seminars, the chamber working group meetings and other events to update and inform the members on recent development in this fast developing market, and to give the opportunity to network and share experiences.
At 130 locations in 90 countries around the world, the members of German Chamber Network (AHK, short for Auslandshandelskammer in German) offer their experience, connections and services to German and foreign companies. AHKs are located in all countries which are of special interest for German companies.
The British Chamber of Commerce in Korea (BCCK) is an organisation that represents the business interests of its members in Korea. The Chamber represents a broad spectrum of British, international and Korean companies, which all share significant commercial interests in the country. The Chamber also works together with the British government to promote British trade, commerce and investment in Korea and to encourage business development between Korean and British companies.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Korea (CanCham Korea) is a member-driven, non-profit organization that provides an extensive networking platform for its members with business interests in Canada, Korea and the broader Asia-Pacific region. CanCham Korea is a dynamic and influential Chamber, open to businesses and individuals with economic and/or personal ties to Canada and Korea.
The Italian Chamber of Commerce in Korea is an organization that brings together companies and agencies interested in developing relations between Italy and the Republic of Korea. ITCCK carries out a wide range of activities with the main goal of facilitating the establishment of business relations between Italian and Korean enterprises. It is possible thanks to its role of link between the two countries, the continuous information and communication actions and the constant monitoring of the sectors’ trends both in Italy and Republic of Korea.
The Australian Chamber of Commerce in Korea (AustCham) is a non-profit, private sector organisation promoting Australian business and AustCham member interests in the Republic of Korea (Korea). AustCham’s membership comprises more than 250 members representing Australia’s services, manufacturing, primary, energy and finance sectors, not to mention a large and rapidly growing number of Korean and other national companies.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Korea (AMCHAM Korea) was founded in 1953, with a broad mandate to encourage the development of investment and trade betweenKorea and the United States. AMCHAM is the largest foreign chamber in Korea with around 1,800 individual members from almost 900 member companies with diverse interests and substantial participation in the Korean economy.
ICCK’s strength lies in its membership which consists of leading Indian companies and Korean businesses representing diverse industries from conglomerates to automotive to defense; its close cooperation with the Embassy of India, Korea; and the Secretariat. ICCK stands ready to support and assist individuals, businesses, NGOs, and corporates who have relevant interest in furthering India-Korea business relationship.
The chamber thrives to facilitate business opportunities for New Zealand and Korean companies and individuals by creating support networks that enable them to promote, protect, and advance their respective commercial interests in each others’ countries. The Kiwi Chamber is a representative of Kea New Zealand, New Zealand’s Global Talent Community, connecting more than 750,000 New Zealanders living overseas.
The Dutch Business Council Korea offers its members a platform for networking and social interaction through regular meetings and events. Guest speakers are invited regularly, as well as company visits and special events held for members to meet and create strong connections within the chamber.
Since 1986, the FKCCI (French Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry) has been the representative of the France-Korean business community in Korea.
Its mission is to support French companies in their development in Korea through consulting services, events and publications.
The ECCK aims to provide members with business support and valuable communication channels with the Korean authorities.With support from members and dedicated effort from the staff, the ECCK has developed an extensive set of committees, forums, and other useful resources to strengthen a wide range of businesses and industrial interests. Together, the ECCK offers a business community where members network, learn, and share market intelligence.
These chambers of commerce are designed to help advance your business with exclusive member benefits. Joining a chamber of commerce is also a great way to create connections and boost business activities.