The Dutch Brazilian Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit Association in accordance to Brazilian laws, founded in 1952, with the objective to promote and assist trade and investments between Brazil and the Netherlands, committed to the concept of open and competetive market economies, respecting social and environmental sustainability.
To reach such objectives, the Chamber develops “networking” initiatives, produces publications, organizes events, and provides services to collective and individual companies, maintaining good relationships with governamental entities, industrial- and trade organizations as well as other organizations, in both countries.
It self-sustains its organization with membership contributions, sponsorships and reimbursements of expenses.
Its board of directors is composed of executives who represent important parties in the bilateral commercial relationship between Brazil and the Netherlands, regardless of their origin or nationality.
Advisory Boards and representative offices in Brazil and in The Netherlands, apart from physical representatives in several Brazilian capital cities, are installed and empowered to support the Chambers endeavours.