Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI)
Since 1960 The Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) is committed to support and develop business in Georgia. For this reason during all of those years numerous projects and activities were planed and conducted by their team. GCCI always tried to support and protect those business entities which were doing their business in Georgia. GCCI tries to intensify collaboration with its partners in order to facilitate business communication between Georgian and foreign companies and tries to help them to overcome the obstacles in front of them. GCCI team prefers open dialogue with its partners and tries to bring ongoing issues to appropriate stakeholders in order to mitigate them in future.
GCCI tries to be very active in international relations. The number of international events organized by GCCI with its partners abroad is a good example this. Various Business forums and partners Chambers abroad are also good example of solid work of GCCI in this direction. That is the one of the main reasons why Georgian companies prefer membership at GCCI ta gives them fool advantage in terms of international relations. GCCI has signed dozens of Memorandums of Understanding all over the world with its partners and it conducts several projects under the framework of those signed documents.
The Structure of GCCI is based on territorial composition of Georgia itself. There are central, regional and Autonomous Republic branches in the GCCI.
Apart from most of the European Chambers the GCCI membership is voluntary not compulsory.