Indian Business Chamber in Vietnam (INCHAM) is a Non-Profit organization, licensed and established in January 1999 with the objective to strengthen ties of Indian Businesses with the Vietnamese authorities for promoting ‘Economic and Business’ relations between Vietnam and India and also to be the focal point of the Indian Community in Vietnam. In its short existence, the Chamber has moved decisively on each of these fronts. Incham was established in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon) which is commercial capital of Vietnam. Incham established its Chapter in the capital city of Hanoi in October 1999 to further widen and strengthen its presence in Vietnam.
The chamber primarily endeavors to play an active role in promoting the two-way trade between the two countries. It aims to create a forum that allows members to assist and compliment each other to establishing a smooth framework for the development of Indian business in Vietnam. Incham offers a legal platform to its members to promote their business interest and represent them to local authorities in time of need on a case to case basis.