This chapter explores the role of international business networks in the process of globalisation. It addresses the question of how these networks contributed to the making of global business. The chapter deals with an overview of the literature followed by historical insights on the topic and analyses the nuances the link between international business networks and the making of global business. International business networks have attracted attention in various fields: business history, sociology, political science, economics, and management. International business networks’ contribution to globalisation is due to the fact that the inner circle is formed by a group of international businessmen whose new ideas and opinions have been spread across borders and who have tried to influence politics. The literature on international Business Interest Associations, dominated by political scientists and sociologists, has been concentrated on organised business in relation to European integration, resulting in a focus on associations established after the Second World War.