ABOUT THE CHAMBER
The Chamber is an independent international business body representing a broad span of British, Hong Kong and international companies doing business in, with, or through Hong Kong. It is member- led, independent of government, and is financed by subscriptions and income from its activities. The Chamber encourages diversity in its membership and activities.
To be a dynamic and influential body representing and supporting the business interests and values of the Chamber’s members, and facilitating business opportunities for them; and to enhance Hong Kong’s standing and effectiveness as an international business centre.
To help Chamber members grow their business, and promote and represent their business interests by providing:
Representation and Advocacy:
- Representing members’ views, as a respected and authoritative advocate with government and business bodies in Hong Kong, the UK, the mainland;
- Supporting Hong Kong’s further development as an effective place for members to do business
Networking and Connections:
- Broadening members’ networks and access to business opportunities through introduction services, networking events, and the Chamber’s links with business development networks in Hong Kong, the UK, mainland China, and wider region;
- A platform for members to share their knowledge and build their reputation and brand, through Chamber events, publications and digital channels
- Guidance and practical help to UK SMEs looking to enter the Hong Kong and China markets
Information and Insight:
- Opportunities for members to learn from business and other thought leaders, to share with and learn from other members,
- Business and market intelligence, briefings and professional development events
The General Committee, led by the Chairman, supervises all aspects of the Chamber’s work, and plays the leading role in shaping Chamber policy.
The Supervisory Board monitors the business of the Chamber and reviews its business plan and budget.
Specialised committees; bring together Chamber industry professionals and interest groups; focus on specific sectors or policy areas; provide practitioner-led expert analysis and policy advice; and support and host Chamber events.
The Executive, led by the Executive Director, manages the day-to-day operations of the Chamber.