British Chamber of Commerce Chairman, Ainsley Mann, talks to NOW! Jakarta about the current state of affairs for British companies amidst the pandemic as well as his thoughts on the crisis.
Lavish dinner, astounding performance, extravagant prizes, honourable guests, but more importantly, an opportunity to give back to BritCham’s Giving Kids a Sporting Chance were part of Britcham Indonesia's event last month.
In its 11th year, BritCham’s Giving Kids A Sporting Chance gave 60 children the opportunity to have their first go at rugby, all under the watchful eyes of Byron Kelleher, the recently retired charismatic New Zealand All Blacks.
Honorary Secretary of BritCham, Nick Holder, unveiled the results of the 7th Joint European Chambers Business Confidence Index 2019 (BCI).
On Friday, 28 June 2019, BritCham held another episode of Intelligence Series with KPMG Indonesia, this time to discuss about Cyber Security.
BiSEA (Britain in South East Asia) is a collective of Chambers and business groups representing eight of the ten ASEAN nations co-founded by Britcham Indonesia.
The British Chamber of Commerce invited Muhammad Lutfi, Advisor of Jokowi’s Success team to a dialogue focused on trade and investment policy at Mandarin Oriental Jakarta.
Together with British in South-east Asia (BiSEA) colleagues, BritCham Indonesia joined the first UK roadshow of 2018.