ICC national committees, groups and direct members form the global network that makes us unique among business organisations.
ICC members help shape ICC policies and, through the national committees alert their countries’ governments to international business concerns. Companies, banks, law firms, chambers of commerce, individuals, associations, and other organisations must join ICC through the national committee or group in their country, automatically becoming a member of ICC at both the international and national level. Please contact the ICC national committee in your country to enquire about membership, including applicable rates.
In countries where a national committee has yet to be formed, companies, banks, law firms, chambers of commerce, individuals, associations, and other organisations can join ICC by becoming a direct member. Please contact the ICC International Secretariat in Paris for information on becoming a direct member.