INDO Baltic CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRIES (IBCCI)
IBCCI is a commercial active body working in aim to foster the Bi-lateral partnership between India & Baltic. We are officially recognized by Embassy of India in Poland and Voivodship of many Polish Entities.
IBCCI is a non-government, industry led and industry managed organisation, and is working towards the aim of creating trade, investment and diplomatic relations between the territories of India and Baltic Nations and representing Indian and Baltic’s commercial, cultural, trade and diplomatic interests to other countries across the globe. Founded over by a group of visionaries from India and Baltic jointly working towards a bilateral partnerships to create a strong global alliance.
IBCCI catalyses change by working closely with government on investment issues, enhancing efficiency, competitiveness and expanding business opportunities for industry through a range of specialised services and global linkages to name a few.
With over 5 active regions in Poland and over 3 big offices and one new Initiative office in India , IPCCI is surely growing up to reach the needs of India and Poland commercial, diplomatic , trade partnerships and solutions.
Roles and missions:
Our primary goal is to develop Indian & Polish industry and to ensure that government understands the needs of industry and its contribution to the nation’s economy. For this, we work and colaborate
To identify and strengthen industry’s role in the economic development of the countries
To act as a catalyst in bringing about the growth and development of Indian & Baltic Industry
To reinforce industry’s commitment to society
To provide up-to-date information and data to industry and government
To create awareness and support industry’s efforts on quality, environment, energy management, and consumer protection
To identify and address the special needs of the small sector(SME) to make it more competitive
To promote cooperation with counterpart organisations
To work towards the globalisation of Indian and baltic industry and their integration into the global economy
This is done by adopting a proactive and partnership approach with the government on various national and international issues concerning the Indian economy. It closely interacts on policy issues at both the central and state levels.