Why join us
ICC’s membership spans more than 130 countries and includes many of the world’s largest companies, SMEs, business associations and local chambers of commerce. Joining ICC makes good business sense and is simple to do.
From slowing trade growth to the trade finance gap, it is the members who set ICC’s agenda.
With access to governments and international forums, ICC ensures the voice of our members is heard by those who make decisions that ultimately affect their bottom line.
A stream of laws and regulations by governments and intergovernmental organizations affects all aspects of business, among them trade, investment, sustainability, taxation, competition law and intellectual property. Members of ICC learn what really matters at an early stage – and win time to make the right decisions.
What’s more, ICC members can play a part in drawing up the rules and guidelines that business uses every day to reduce costs and uncertainties – including on arbitration, international banking issues and commercial contracts.
ICC’s membership spans more than 130 countries and includes many of the world’s largest companies, SMEs, business associations, banks, law firms and local chambers of commerce.
Members represent a broad cross-section of business activity, including manufacturing, trade, services, banking and law.
Joining ICC makes good business sense and is simple to do through one of two ways:
- Through affiliation with an ICC national committee or group in your country
- Through direct membership with the ICC International Secretariat when a national committee/group has not yet been established in your country/territory
Contact your local national committee for more information regarding membership and annual membership rates.
Chambers of commerce are eligible to join the World Chambers Federation, ICC’s leading network for chambers worldwide.