The ECCP is proud to be a part of a strong local, regional, and global network of business groups. ECCP Members are able to access a network of support through partner chambers all over the Philippines, across the region, and all over the world.
EBO Worldwide Network stands as the only organization that represents European business interests in markets outside the European Union. It represents an active network in more than 35 key markets that serves European multinationals, as well as micro, small, medium and large companies.
European chambers of commerce and European business associations within the EBO Global Network work daily with European Union delegations around the world with the shared interest of supporting European companies within the third markets.
The EU-ASEAN Business Council (EU-ABC) is the primary voice for European Business within the ASEAN region. The overarching objective of the EU-ABC is to promote changes in policies, rules and regulations so that European businesses can more easily invest and develop their businesses in ASEAN, benefiting not only their own shareholders but local economies and populations as well.
Formally established and constituted in early 2014, the EU-ABC has existed on an informal basis since 2011, successfully organising several ASEAN-EU Business Summits and regularly interacting with the European Commission, ASEAN Member States, ASEAN Secretariat, and other related organisations such as the ASEAN Business Advisory Council.
The EU-ABC’s membership consists of large European MNCs and the nine European Chambers of Commerce in ASEAN. As such, the EU-ABC represents a diverse range of European industries cutting across almost every commercial sphere from car manufacturing through to financial services and including FMCG and high-end electronics and communications. Our members all have a vested interest in enhancing trade, commerce and investment between Europe and ASEAN.
The Joint Foreign Chambers of the Philippines (JFC) is a coalition of the American, Australian-New Zealand, Canadian, European, Japanese, Korean chambers and PAMURI. The JFC represents over 3,000 member companies engaged in over $230 billion worth of trade and some $30 billion worth of investments in the Philippines.
The JFC supports and promotes open international trade, increased foreign investment, and improved conditions for business to benefit both the Philippines and the countries the JFC members represent.