The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce & Industry (GNCCI) represents the voice of the business community with total commitment to playing a leadership role towards propelling Ghana’s economy to higher heights. To this end, the Chamber has and will continue to influence government policies which will be to the benefit of the private sector whiles promoting the overall development of the Ghanaian economy.
The Chamber has grown impressively from a membership of 14 in 1888 to about 5,000 today with eight operational offices across the country. Since its incorporation, the Chamber has continued to play significant roles in the economic growth and development of Ghana. The activities of the Chamber are carried out through various Sectoral Groups and Service Committees, which cover a variety of economic interests. The Chamber’s National Secretariat provides the administrative and technical support for the day-to-day workings through its Regional/District chambers.
As the representative organ of the business community and the voice of the organised private sector in Ghana, the Chamber maintains regular consultations with government on policies and measures affecting business and the economy. It makes representations to the Government on issues of interest to the business community and the economy.
To discharge its duties effectively, the Chamber is structured into sectoral groups which are listed below:
- Agriculture and Non – Oil Export
- Construction and Engineering Services
- Financial Services
- Petroleum and Energy
- Freight Forwarding
- Information Communications Technology
- Liquefied Petroleum Gas
- Professional Practice
- Small and Medium Enterprises and Distributive
- Chamber Branches and Operational Office
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