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EU-Indonesia Business Network

EIBN results of a partnership between EKONID, EuroCham Indonesia, IFCCI, INA, BritCham, EUROCHAMBRES and CCI Barcelona, a project initiated and co-funded by the European Commission. The Network pools their expertise and experience to attract EU businesses from all Member States to the Indonesian market and directly support their activities in the country through business support services.


A German cluster of INNOMAG stands for the promotion of magnetic micro and nanotechnology including their different sensor principles – which primarily are based upon the AMR-, GMR- and the Hall Effect as well as on the advanced TMR technology.

The GMR effect, discovered by Peter Grünberg (honorary member of the German cluster) in 1988, has considerably contributed within a very short time to a substantial further development in the area of memory and information technology. As in other areas, the future potential is still far away from being fully utilised.

What support is available for European SMEs?

In the EU, an estimated 23 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) account for approximately 70% of EU jobs and GDP, and their flexibility is seen as a major motor of future innovation and job creation. The innovation and growth potential of European SMEs is pivotal for the prosperity of the EU as a whole. However, in the global marketplace, it is becoming increasingly difficult for SMEs to develop and maintain a competitive advantage. Great business ideas need access to an array of business tools and support to remain one step ahead of the competition.

Our Partners

Become an ASEAN IPR SME Helpdesk PARTNER!

WHO do we partner with?

Funded by the EU, the ASEAN IPR SME Helpdesk provides FREE support to European chambers of commerce, European trade associations, and other European SME business/entrepreneurship networks and incubators, both in Europe and South-East Asia, to raise awareness about IPR in the ASEAN region for EU SMEs.

WHAT we can offer you and your members

About Us

The South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk supports European Union (EU) small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to both protect and enforce their Intellectual Property (IP) rights in or relating to South-East Asian countries, through the provision of free information and services. These take the form of jargon-free, first-line, confidential advice on intellectual property and related issues, plus training, materials and online resources.

The South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk project is funded by the European Commission.