Associations built to further your business interests, be it through networking or personal development events, or meetings with government representatives. Include chambers of commerce.
MS Advisory is a financial advisory firm based in China, which is part of Moore Belgium and a member of the Moore International Network. They provide foreign enterprises across all provinces of mainland China and in Hong Kong with Accounting, Tax and Corporate Services.
They belong to Benelux Chamber of Commerce, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Swiss Chamber of Commerce.
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African Chamber of Commerce supports business relations between China and African nations. They provide up-to-date information about opportunities for investment, acquisitions and venture capital in Africa. They have a network that includes about 1,500 companies throughout Africa. Membership includes free access to their training and networking events, various services such as visa support and consultation and member discounts. They also have offices in Paris and Pretoria.
The AHK (or Auslandshandelskammern) is a three-branch structure representing and supporting German-Chinese business relations, focusing on trade and investment. Membership provides access to various professional services and member platforms, including the directory of nearly 3,000 members. It also grants free entry to trainings and events, such as regular Deutscher Stammtischs and the annual German Ball, which attracts around 1,000 attendees every year. The AHK has five main offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, Guangzhou and Hong Kong, and eight additional offices in Greater China and Germany. The Chamber was first established in 1981 with an office in Taipei.
The US-China Business Council (USCBC) is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of approximately 200 American companies that do business with China. Founded in 1973, USCBC has provided information, advisory, advocacy, and program services to its members for over four decades. Through its offices in Washington DC, Beijing and Shanghai, USCBC is positioned to serve its members' interests in the United States and China.
The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China was founded in 2000 by 51 member companies that shared a goal of establishing a common voice for the various business sectors of the European Union and European businesses operating in China. It is a members-driven, non-profit, fee-based organisation with a core structure of 24 Working Groups and 7 Fora representing European business in China.
Australian Chamber of Commerce Shanghai supports and advocates for Chinese-Australian business relations. It is the largest Australia Chamber of Commerce in Greater China with about 400 members. Membership grants access to various events and services, visa service, training and other marketing opportunities. They also have a discounted individual membership available for students which offers discounted tickets to attend events.
Chinaaccelerator is a China-based startup accelerator with offices in Taipei, Singapore, San Francisco, New York and Cork, specializing in startup and corporate advisory with a focus on brand sponsorship and mentorship. The company hosts regular networking and experiential events, and provides an accessible database of mentor profiles.
British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai is an independent and non-profit organization that supports the business endeavors of members in the East China Region with a raft of training programs, information, business resources, member-only events and opportunities to expand your network and services.
Tech Shanghai Advocates is a network of start-ups, entrepreneurs, founders, investors, established tech co-leaders, mentors, accelerators, experts and policy makers working together in the East and South China tech sector through conventions, communications, and working groups. Working groups meet every one to three months.
Italian Trade Agency is the representative office of the Italian Foreign Trade Commission. They provide small and medium-sized Italian businesses with assistance and consulting services relating to trade and investment activities in the East China region.
Start Alliances serves as a support system in business development, operational development and fundraising for entrepreneurs and startups going through the growth stage and/or transition to the Silicon Valley. It provides services to startups in 10 different cities around the world including Shanghai and Beijing.
Grants4Apps is a healthcare-focused incubator with offices in China and Germany established by global pharmaceutical company Bayer. They work with start-ups and companies that have already received A- or B-round investments, and their application period is usually over the summer from July to September.
Denmark Trade Council China supports Danish companies in Shanghai through initial fact finding and market research as well as partner identification, legal and tax issues.
Swedish Chamber of Commerce is an organization that advocates bilateral Swedish-Chinese business relationships. It has about 300 member companies and associates. Membership provides three primary benefits: inclusion in the Chamber's network of contacts, preferential access reports and speaker events, and advocacy which includes discounted insurance. They sometimes hold joint events with the Danish Chamber of Commerce.
China-Britain Business Council cooperates closely with the UK and Chinese governments, as well as trade associations and companies, in order to drive local economic development. Their membership consists of around 1,000 British companies.
Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) supports small and medium-sized Japanese enterprises to enter overseas market by providing consultations, commodity trade shows and seminars.
Entrepreneurs’ Organization Shanghai is a peer-to-peer network of business owners with 185 chapters in 58 countries, with 90 members based in Shanghai. They offer transparent pricing of membership fees, and offer accelerator programs, mentorship program, executive education, and access to their Global Entrepreneur Indicator.
Business Sweden in Shanghai provides strategic advice, sales execution and operational support to Swedish companies hoping to grow sales in China and international companies to invest and expand in Sweden.
Australian Trade and Investment Commission is an Australian government department that provides events, guidance and networks to help import goods into Australia, or export them to China.
Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation connects foreign businesses with Malaysian suppliers and trade events. The agency was awarded the ASEAN Master Class Award in ASEAN Development Contribution at the ASEAN Outstanding Business Award (AOBA) 2017.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is a government agency focused on the export business as well as market research and investment, with 50 offices worldwide. They provide customized services for businesses aiming to expand globally, using New Zealand government and business community networks.
Shanghai Valley is a China-focused online and offline investment platform that allows corporate and institutional investors to collaborate and invest in high quality, exceptional companies. They have offices in Shanghai and USA.
JadeValue is a Chinese investor and incubator in the finance and insurance technology sector, with a focus on investment in InsurTech, Blockchain, WealthTech, PropTech and Alternative Lending. They are affiliated with consumer lending startup CashBUS.
With headquarters in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou, the Chamber exists to be the first line of basic consulting for Spanish companies that are interested in accessing the Chinese market. There are five membership types and individuals of any nationality can join.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation is a Russia-based organization with over 180 territorial chambers. Its Shanghai Representative Office can help with entering the Russia and China market by conducting reseach or establishing business contacts.
Israel Chamber of Commerce in China works closely with the Israeli government to promote Israeli business in China. They hold regular events in Shanghai and Beijing. There are three membership levels and listings for jobs and business opportunities in China and membership cards provide discounts to hotels, spa and other services.
Danish Chamber of Commerce Shanghai is a non-profit business organization supporting Danish-Chinese trade and commerce. They organize regular meetings, promote its member companies, encourage sharing knowledge among members, and provide legislative information and other matters of the Chinese and Danish governments that affect trade between the two countries. It currently has three chapters in China: Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen.
The Asian Association of Business Incubation (AABI) promotes business incubation activities by facilitating information exchanges among Asian incubators, incubator clients and related organizations. They are an umbrella organization composed of incubator groups from around Asia, and offer transparent pricing for Individual, Incubator and Association memberships.