|Become a Member|
|Membership - Membership Introduction|
|Written by Administrator|
Applications for membership of the Irish Chamber can be made (a) through the online membership application form or (b) through the downloadable electronic application form.
Complete all compulsory sections of the online form. By submitting the application form online, the Member is deemed to have signed the application form and agreed to the terms and conditions of membership. Applications made online are processed immediately and membership runs from the date of application.
Please download the application form [ please click here]. Complete either Section A (individual applicants) or Section B (corporate applicants) in addition to Sections C and D of the enclosed application form. Concessionary memberships are available to the partners or spouses of existing or newly-joining members. For young professionals, please indicate this on the form and pay the appropriate fee.
Your Irish Chamber membership will be confirmed by e-mail once the Irish Chamber has received your completed application form and payment of your annual subscription.
The annual membership fees are set out in the Membership Benefits section, and in the online and downloadable application forms. All amounts are payable in Hong Kong dollars.
Payment can be made by credit card through our online payment system, in the case of online application only, or by cheque or bank transfer for both kinds of application.
On becoming a member of the Irish Chamber your e-mail address is automatically added to our mailing list and you receive our newsletters, event invitations and other information; and you will immediately enjoy members’ discounted entry to any of our events.
Ordinary, Corporate, Young Professional and Overseas memberships are valid for one year from the date of application.
In respect of any member, the Irish Chamber reserves the right to terminate membership, suspend any or all membership benefits, or deny any membership renewal, for members not in good standing as a result of misconduct, including, but not limited to, breach of the terms and conditions of membership, failure to make payment within a reasonable time of any amount owing to the Chamber and failure to attend events after having registered.
Memberships may be renewed by the payment of the then current annual subscription. Any changes in the annual subscriptions will be notified in advance to all members.
The Chamber processes membership renewals annually. A renewal notice will be sent automatically every year to each member by e-mail prior to the renewal date. If payment of the renewal subscription is not made within 60 days of receipt of the renewal notice, membership will be deemed terminated.
All personal data will be treated in accordance with the Irish Chamber's personal data privacy statement. The personal data privacy statement can be downloaded from this website and is also available on written request to: The Secretary, Irish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, 504 Tower 2, Lippo Centre, 89 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong.
The Irish Chamber reserves the right to change, modify or otherwise update the terms and conditions of membership from time to time, in accordance with its Memorandum and Articles of Association and By-laws.
The Board of the Irish Chamber reserves the right to decline membership to any individual or company not in good standing in accordance with the Articles of Association of the Irish Chamber.
The Irish Chamber expressly excludes all liability for any damage or injury suffered directly or indirectly through use of this web site. All users agree to access and use this web site on an "as is" basis.
Any and all terms of membership of the Chamber will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Hong Kong, without regard to any principles of conflicts of law.
To Download the Membership Application form (pdf format), please click here.
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