Cluj International Committee
Cluj International Committee was created in 2015 and aims to :
The German Business Club Northern-Transylvania
The German-speaking Business Club Northern Transylvania, founded in 2011 with its headquarters in Cluj-Napoca, is a forum for companies from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Romania, in which German-speaking business people exchange ideas in the context of meetings, events and seminars or in the design of joint leisure activities.
Both in the context of the monthly general meetings and in the form of newsletters, the currently more than 130 member companies are informed by experienced specialists with basic information on economic, legal, political and financial topics. In addition to the economy, other areas such as culture, diplomacy and education are of interest to the DWNT. In other words, we address any topic that is or might be of interest to our members.
The DWNT business club brings its members in contact with local authorities and important institutions. Thereby our business club gives its members access to a large network of institutions and companies from Romania, especially from Northern Transylvania.
Furthermore, DWNT is the right contact for companies that are thinking about investing in Romania. The DWNT also works together with other German-speaking business clubs from Romania and with the German-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry from Bucharest (AHK) and we can put you in contact with our partners.
We are an important player in the German community in Cluj-Napoca and maintain excellent relationships with the city administration, universities and other foreign business associations. Member evenings and major events such as the DWNT New Years Reception, the Summer Festival or the Autumn Festival offer opportunities for networking and make new contacts in all directions.
Dr. Florin Sabou, President of the DWNT
Deutschsprachiger Wirtschaftsklub Nordtransilvanien
Traian Vuia Street, no. 204
RO 400000 Cluj – Napoca
Mobile: 0741 011 070
The Francophone Business Club in Cluj (C.FAC)
The Francophone Business Club in Cluj (C.FAC), created in 2011, is defined as a meeting space that encourages the business development and the exchange of ideas, an economic francophone network in development, but also a coupling agent between francophone companies and administrative, educational and economic environments in Cluj.
The club aims to contribute to the economic development and to promote the Francophonie in the region of Cluj. Among its objectives, the most definite are: creating and developing a network, building common strategies, cooperation, encouraging economic innovation, development of the francophone employment of labour sector in Transylvania, openness to economic prospects in the francophone area.
C.FAC distinguishes itself by offering the opportunity of membership not only to the francophone companies and entrepreneurs, but to any francophone with a decisive or representation position.
The Club is at local level (within the region of Cluj), part of the International Committee, a structure which brings together the business communities of Cluj / Transylvania, currently more than 10 business communities. Meanwhile, at national level, is part of the French economic network of institutions working for the common values alongside the Embassy of France in Romania, CCIFER, BusinessFrance and many others. We are pleased to count among our partners the French Institute in Romania, the Municipality of Cluj-Napoca and the French Consular Agency in Romania.
Annual publication of French entreprises HERE
Address: no. 2 I.I.C. Brătianu Street, 400079, Cluj-Napoca (in the French Institute building)
Italian Business Club of Northern Transylvania (IBCNT)
Japanese Business Club in Transylvania (JBC)
Japanese Business Club in Transylvania (JBC) is the Japanese business community and forum among Japanese/Romanian/Other international companies to promote the Japanese business & technologies in the region, and bridge the business & technologies between Japan and Transylvania, and beyond with three core missions.
JBC is established in 2019, in the year of the official EPA (Economic Partnership Agreement) between Japan and EU takes into effect, and the Romanian presidency in the EU Council and Cluj-Napoca in Transylvania hosts the Startup Europe Summit 2019 event, with the motivation to promote and assist to strengthen the business partnership between Japan and Transylvania, and beyond.
•Promotes and represent the Japanese Business in the region through our communication, education and networking events and activities.
•Aims to build and develop the Japanese Business Community to strengthen the relationship between Japan and Transylvania, and beyond.
•Collaborates with other Japanese/International/Local organisations, associations and authorities to develop synergies and new opportunities.
JBC is formed with the premium sponsor membership companies with the major Japanese investment in Cluj-Napoca and it’s vicinity, and the membership is encouraged and open for any other companies meet one of those criteria below, with the agreement and approval form the board.
1) Related to the Japanese capital and investment
2) Related to the Japanese business/services/products
3) Interested to the Japanese business and the business with Japan (especially with the EU-Japan EPA taking in effect)
JBC provides and hosts the regular events and activities as followings.
1) Monthly JBC Newsletter Email
2) Quarterly Communication Meetings
3) Seasonal/Bi-Annual Networking Events
Address: 22 Trifoiului street, Cluj-Napoca 400478, Romania
President: Daisuke Kudo (DK)
Phone: +40 743535942
American Business Club in Transylvania (ABC)
The American Business Club is a Romanian based American business network established in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The mission of this association is to connect American companies, business interests, and investors with local business, clients and workforce to create mutually beneficial relationships for all parties.
Some key points the ABC hopes to accomplish:
President, American Business Club in Transylvania