CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
A chamber of commerce is a form of business network, for eg., a local organization of business whose goal is to further the interests of business. Business owners in towns and cities form these local societies to advocate on behalf of the business community. There are Different models in which Chambers work.
All Chambers will have Memberships, Services, Summits, Expo and many more we have to select the chambers based on out requirements.
Some of the Chambers where listed below:-
1) SICCI – The Southern Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The SICCI has served Indian business by protecting and promoting their interests at the Regional, National and International levels. On October 9th 1909 – Formation of the Southern India Chamber of Commerce & Industry at Ramkoti Buildings, Madras where the Indian Bank Ltd. was also located.
2) ICC – Indian Chamber of Commerce
Founded in 1925, Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is the leading and only National Chamber of Commerce operating from Kolkata, and one of the most pro-active and forward-looking Chambers in the country today.
3) FICCI – Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
Established in 1927, FICCI is the largest and oldest apex business organisation in India. Its history is closely interwoven with India’s struggle for independence, its industrialization, and its emergence as one of the most rapidly growing global economies. A non-government, not-for-profit organisation, FICCI is the voice of India’s business and industry.
4) SME Chamber of India – Serving Small and Medium Enterprises.
SME Chamber of India, a premier national Chamber, has been working for the development of SMEs from manufacturing, service sectors and allied industrial / business sectors. The Chamber integrates SMEs, large corporates, MNCs, banks, investors, policy makers, Young & Women entrepreneurs and Start–Ups to establish and enhance contacts for better business growth and expansion.
5) TCC – The Tamil Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber is 75 years old and celebrated its Platinum Jubilee recently. Honourable Vice President of India Thiru M.Venkaiah Naidu was the Chief Guest and inaugurated the Platinum Jubilee celebration and distributed the TCC & Chozha Naachiar Foundation EXIM Awards to the top Exporters, Importers, Ports, Airlines, CFS, CHAs. We look back with pride and satisfaction in the past 75 years of our platinum period.
Website : – TCC
6) MCCI – Madras Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Eighteen businessmen of Madras met at the office of Binny & Co. on the 29th September 1836 and unanimously resolved “that an Association be formed in Madras as Madras Chamber of Commerce”. These founding members with John Alves Arbuthnot as the Chairman made up the first Committee of the Chamber.
Website : – MCCI
7) HCC – Hindustan Chamber of Commerce
Hindustan Chamber of Commerce was established on 2nd November 1945. It is affiliated to the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), New Delhi.
Website : – HCC
8) Andhra Chamber of Commerce
Andhra Chamber which made its humble beginning on August 17, 1928 with 35 Members has today well over 1700 Members – Individuals, Proprietary and Partnership Concerns, Public and Private Limited Companies and Life Members and around 55 Affiliated Chambers of Commerce and Industry and Trade Associations.
Website : – AndhraChamberOfCommerce