Bringing together the best of Ireland in Malaysia while opening doors for Business and Professionals across South East Asia and the Middle East
The Irish Chamber of Commerce is an independent membership organisation committed to strengthening the ties between Ireland and Malaysia, an engagement of peoples, whether as Irish Diaspora, Malaysian or Friends of Ireland in Malaysia.
ICCM welcomes applications for membership from any company or individual with an interest in the Malaysia-Ireland business and professional relationships.
Membership is available in the following categories: Corporate, Individual, Associate and Student/Alumni. The chamber also offers a corporate partnership called “Cara” . This partnership enables a close collaboration with the board and a high profile in Media, Collateral and at relevant events. Through membership with the Irish Chamber we also offer a special rate for advocacy membership with EUROCHAM Malaysia, of which ICCM is a bilateral member. For further information on membership, please check out here on our website or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our EU and European Partners in Malaysia
EU – We are, as most countries in the EU, very proud of our nation and our culture and yet we are equivalently proud to call ourselves European. Our former Prime Minster Leo Varadker pronounced in his inaugural address to the European Union in 2018, that he was born a European and that status now represents the majority of the people in Ireland. It remains a disappointment in the decision of the UK to leave the EU in 2021, but we move on as loyal and committed Europeans, proud of our nationhood and our brotherhood in Europe.
As this applies to our ICCM mandate and our operations here in Malaysia, we are equally proud of the relationship we have and our commitment as a founder and bilateral member of EUROCHAM, the European Chamber of Commerce in Malaysia. Over the past many years, our members have benefitted greatly from our common approach with EUROCHAM working with them and our bilateral partners in the other chambers of commerce here. We recognise our size and importance as a business entity in Malayia is limited, however as a part of EUROCHAM we have a voice and we have meaningful representation at all levels of government, agency and business. This was most apparent over the recent years of the Covid Pandemic, when as most around the world, our members were in a place of the unknown, dealing with constant change in government regulation and controls including immigration, border controls, labour management and the basic SOP’s of operating a business here. Thanks to our engagement with EUROCHAM, we had access to informational webinars, the latest updates, we had influence on thinking and decision process of government and we had a place where we could both share our members challenges and be in a position to improve their realities.