Building connections through the European Chamber of Commerce

October 18, 2018 News

The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) is proud of the strong network it has built throughout the past four decades, with member companies representing 16 sectors as well as strategic partners from the government. With the objective to bring together the business community, the chamber hosts bi-monthly gatherings focused solely on networking and bringing its members together under one roof.

Given its large membership base, business needs vary per member but like any other company, building connections is a key priority. This is why the ECCP provides a platform for its members to meet and network with newcomers, industry leaders, and even government partners. On its 2ndyear, the ECCP Networking Socials held have successfully provided its members the platform to build business connections in a casual setting. Moving away from conventional networking nights at hotel ballrooms, at which participants may continue to run into the same people, the ECCP takes its members to different hidden gems and new venues around Makati. Even the busiest executives have found the ECCP Networking Socials a welcome change, with its happy hour format featuring  free-flowing wines, cocktails, good food, and great music.

Last 10 October 2018, the ECCP together with member Figari Solutions, hosted another ECCP Networking Socials at Kartel Rooftop Bar in Makati. Over 100 guests attended, and among them were business leaders from

This year, the ECCP is also celebrating 40 years of business excellence. The ECCP is the oldest European chamber outside of Europe and the chamber of choice of both local and European companies doing business in the Philippines. The ECCP continues to provide a wide range of opportunities to it’s nearly 800 member companies and various stakeholders for business cooperation and trade & investment engagements.

To enjoy the benefits of being an ECCP Member, contact the ECCP Membership Officer, Ms. Dei Cimatu, at to sign up today.

This article was originally published in Business Mirror last October 18