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Our Partners

WALLONIA EXPORT-INVESTMENT AGENCY

AWEX, partner of the international economic development of Wallonia.

The Wallonia Export-Investment Agency (AWEX) is in charge of the development and management of Wallonia's international economic relations.

 

With regards to foreign trade, the Agency has a promotion and information mission with regard to both the international and Walloon business community.

 

Intended for purchasers, decision-makers, importers and foreign prospects, the Agency can, on request:

•      pass on economic data regarding Wallonia and its export potential;

•      provide information on the products and services of Walloon businesses;

EuroCham Myanmar

The European Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar – EuroCham – serves as the voice of European business in Myanmar. Its main mission is to advocate member interests with organisations in Myanmar, the ASEAN region and the EU.

EU-Philippines Business Network (EPBN)

The EU-Philippines Business Network (EPBN) is a project co-funded by the EU and implemented by a consortium of European Chambers of Commerce based in the Philippines. Its aim is to provide a support framework for European companies, especially SMEs, interested in exporting to or investing in the Philippines. A dedicated team, composed of an executive office and partner coordinators, is working to provide a full spectrum of support services to interested companies.

EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce & Industry (EUMCCI)

Our mission is to promote, support and develop EU business interests in Malaysia as well as facilitate trade, commerce and investments between EU and Malaysia. In order to fulfill its mission, EUMCCI carries out activities that will catalyse and stimulate networking of European companies in Malaysia with the Malaysian business community, business associations, relevant ministries, official representations and other Chambers in Asia. 

Business Beyond Borders

Business Beyond Borders, is a European Commission initiative which will help businesses, in particular Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Clusters, to operate internationally with the ultimate goal of increasing economic growth within and outside Europe.

Additional support will be provided to companies participating at international fairs by establishing a series of Business to Business (B2B) and Cluster to Custer (C2C) matchmaking events and by supporting the development of the companies’ activities in target markets in Europe and worldwide.

UK-ASEAN Business Council (UKABC)

The UK-ASEAN Business Council (UKABC) is the leading UK-based organisation promoting trade and investment between the UK and ASEAN's dynamic markets.
We are passionate about helping UK companies of all sizes build new contacts, provide market insights and raise awareness of the vast commercial opportunities in the region. We also bring ASEAN to the UK through a sustained calendar of events as well as practical advice on the realities of doing business in the region and a network of useful contacts.

EALink

EALink is a one-stop-shop where European SMEs and business organisations can find key information and relevant links to develop business in Asia.

EuroCham Myanmar

The European Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar – EuroCham – serves as the voice of European business in Myanmar. Its main mission is to advocate member interests with organisations in Myanmar, the ASEAN region and the EU.

With a strong growing network of partner organisations, EuroCham seeks to offer on the ground assistance to European businesses interested in commercial endeavours in Myanmar – be it in the form of advocacy, services, studies, or other related activities.

The EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk

The EU-Japan Technology Transfer Helpdesk, managed by the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, is a new service aimed at supporting EU and Japanese companies and individuals in their steps to search for technologies and understand the mechanics of tech transfer transactions, as well as bridging the knowledge gap about current available technologies from both Japan and the EU.

Website: www.eu-jp-tthelpdesk.eu