Britain in Southeast Asia
Britain in South East Asia or BiSEA is a grouping of British Chambers and Business Groups in the South-East Asian region including Brunei, Cambodia/Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
BRITAIN IN SOUTH EAST ASIA (BiSEA)
To provide members with a channel to reach into South East Asian markets, we actively engage with British Chambers and Business Groups in the South-East Asian region.
BiSEA's aim is to facilitate the interests of the members of the British Chambers and Business Groups in the region. This regional Chamber network allows all registered members of any of the Chambers and Business Groups in BiSEA to access membership benefits especially with regard to events that are held in the different regions. This means that whenever you travel to any of these countries and wish to take part in the events organised by the local BiSEA Chamber/Business Group you may do so at their preferential rates.
The geographic spread of the BiSEA provides a strong business network in the region giving members who are already established or intend to establish themselves in the South-East Asian region a validated third party contact which provides representation, services, information and guidance.
In particular BiSEA:
- Works closely with UKTI to further British business in the region through effective co-operation and coordination
- Develops effective relationships between British Chambers of Commerce in ASEAN in order to exploit
- Synergies that will help develop business opportunities for their members
- Identifies potential new member services
- Shares and benchmarks key initiatives to learn and advance for the benefit of members
This regional Chamber network allows all members of any of the Chambers and Business Groups in BiSEA to access respective membership benefits. Those are:
- Attending events at member fees
- Direct access to the Executive Directors
- Advertising in the Chamber magazines and Directories at member rates
- Speaking at events
- Publishing contributions in the Chamber magazine