• Organization TypeAssociation
  • HeadquartersGambia
  • Founded1967

Gambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI)

History Founded in 1967, born out of a merger between the Bathurst Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Agriculture, and Employers’ Association. (GCCI) is a nonprofit membership organisation which facilitate business development, promotes trade, and advances the interest of the Gambian business nationally and intentionally. GCCI provides vital business services and opportunities to its members for them to be informed successful ventures. It is recognized as an authoritative voice for the Gambia Private Sector investment by the government of The Gambia and regional and international bodies. The GCCI membership is composed of companies from all sectors of The Gambian business community such as Trade & Commerce, Agriculture, Finance & Banking, Industry, Tourism, Transport, and Telecommunication. GCCI is a member of the Federation of West African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FEWACCI), The Federation of West African Employers  Association(FWAEA/FOPAO), Pan-African Chambers of Commerce and Industry (PACCI) and World Chambers Federation(WCF). MISSION To foster a more proactive, service & policy oriented interactive collaboration between the Chamber, its members, Government, Development & Strategic Partners, with the objective of creating and supporting private enterprise as well as improving the business environment in The Gambia. VISION To be the Voice of the Business community and respond effectively to their changing needs.
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Company Offices

  • Gambia (headquarters)
  • Banjul
  • Kerr Jula, Bertil Harding Highway, Bijilo West Coast Region