Member Benefits

The mission of the Indonesia Australia Business Council is to provide a convivial networking organisation for companies, organisations and business people of all nationalities involved or interested in business between Indonesia and Australia.


Events/Functions

To provide maximum networking opportunity and to communicate business and investment opportunities both in Indonesia and Australia to members, the IABC organizes the following regular events:

  • Breakfast Briefing– technical and information session on relevant topics with speakers who are experts in their fields.
  • Business Luncheon/Dinner– with prominent speakers such as ministers or experts on issues affecting business and investment.
  • IABC Members Gathering– the most popular and well attended monthly business networking event in Bali
  • Seminar and Business Conference– major business event organized every two years jointly with our sister organization Australia-Indonesia Business Council (AIBC).
  • Trade Missions & Business Trips– trade missions to Australia in conjunction with Ministerial visits or separately, and business trips to other regions of Indonesia to explore new business opportunities.
  • IABC Branches Events– events organized by IABC Branches and are open for all our members at member’s rate.
  • Business Visa– IABC can provide a letter of recommendation for Australian business visa for members who are visiting Australia for business purposes. (to be confirm)
  • Member’s Rate– for all events/functions organized by IABC, members can enjoy a member’s rate.
  • IABC Supported Events– events organized by other organization which give special privilege and/or discounts to IABC members.

  • Publication

    The IABC publishes regular newsletter which provides relevant and useful information related to doing business in Indonesia. The newsletter is distributed free of charge to all members. The IABC also publishes the Membership Directory (updated every few years) which lists all members and information about their business. The Directory is distributed to members and to offices of chambers of commerce and industry in Indonesia, Australia and the South East Asia region.


    Representation and Advocacy

    The IABC serves as a lobby group to further business interests of members, and serves as a consultative body to governments, industrial sectors and the chambers of commerce and industry. The IABC represents its members’ interests at high level meetings with Indonesian and Australian Governments and through Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

    More recently, the IABC together with KADIN Indonesia, Apindo, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), AIG and AIBC were again entrusted by the two governments in the Indonesia-Australia Business Partnership Group (IA-BPG) Phase II, which has produced a private sector position paper in August 2016 for the Governments to use as a reference in their negotiations on Indonesia Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA).


    Branches

    The IABC has formal branches in Bali, East Java (Surabaya), Central Java (Semarang), Yogyakarta and in Jakarta. Members can attend events organized by IABC branches at the member’s rate.


    Reciprocal and Other Benefits

    Members can enjoy reciprocal benefits when attending events organized by AIBC in Australia, as well as events organized by participating AustChams in the South East Asia region. Other benefits are also offered to members from time to time from our partners. Suggestions from members for further benefits are most welcomed. Please send your suggestions to the IABC by e-mail office@iabcbali.org

    Member Registration Form

    Please download the file below and return the complete form to IABC Bali Branch Office and keep a copy for your references.