Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industries

The chamber movement in the Philippines started on April 19, 1886 when a group of Spanish businessmen formed the Camara de Commercio de Filipinas. Following the revolution that led to the downfall of the colonial Spanish government, patriotic fervor among the country’s business leaders paved the way for the establishment of the Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (CCP) in 1903. Barely half a century after, a group of industrialists founded the Philippine Chamber of Industries (PCI).
On July 1, 1978, the merger of the two chambers gave birth to one strong force in the business community, the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI). With the signing of then President Ferdinand E. Marcos on Dec. 7, 1978 of the Letter of Instruction No. 780, the PCCI was recognized as the country’s “single voice of business.”

PCCI is the voice of Philippine business recognized by government and international institutions. As a proactive catalyst of development, PCCI promotes and supports the drive for globally competitive Philippine enterprises in partnership with government, local chambers, and other business organizations.

The main responsibility of PCCI is to provide focused advocacy for business growth and sustainable development by providing business services for the advancement of grassroots entrepreneurship, chamber development, international trade relations, business innovation and excellence, and operating efficiency. These will be achieved through a professional organization working in close cooperation with various stakeholders in public and private sectors.

To operationalize its MISSION and VISION, PCCI adopts the following strategic thrusts:
Steadfast suppot for the promotion and growth of micro, small and medium enterprises nationwide;
Pioneer policy reform initiatives to improve the business climate and sustain socio-economic development;
Spearhead national and international networking through business matching, trade misisons, and information sharing;
Support capability building for local chambrs and industry associations.

Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry
PCCI Secretariat Office
3F Commerce and Industry Plaza 1030 Campus Ave., cor. Park Ave.
Mckinley Town Center Fort Bonifacio
Taguig City Philippines, 1634
Phone: (63 2) 846-8196
Fax: (63 2) 846-8619

European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP)

The European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP) is a service-oriented organization whose main goal is to foster close economic ties and business relations between the Philippines and Europe. The ECCP does this by providing a wide range of business services and by creating linkages between companies, organizations and individuals with existing or potential business interests in Europe and the Philippines.

The ECCP sees itself as the stepping stone for Europeans into the Philippine market and for Filipinos into the European market.

Head Office

Office Address
19/F Philippine AXA Life Centre
Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue corner Tindalo Street,
San Antonio, Makati City, Metro Manila, 1200

Telephone Numbers : - (+632) 845.1324
Telephone Numbers : - (+632) 759.6680

Fax Numbers :- (+632) 845.1395 , (+632) 759.6690

Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (CanCham)

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (CanCham) was established in 1989. It is incorporated and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of the Philippines as a non-profit organization.

Membership is open to Canadian, Philippine, and other third country corporations and individuals that have Canada-Philippines business interests. The membership includes large multinational corporations, small and medium business enterprises, and persons involved in a whole range of business activities including international trade, investment and labor mobility.

CanCham is governed within the framework set in its By-Laws registered with SEC. CanCham members elect the Board of Trustees and the Board of Trustees elects the President, Vice Presidents, and Treasurer. The Board of Trustees appoints the Board of Governors to provide it with advice on major institutional and policy issues.

CanCham is managed by a full time Executive Director supported by a secretariat with offices and staff in Manila, Cebu City and Davao City.

All Trustees, Governors, other Officers and the Executive Director of CanCham are required to comply with a Code of Conduct approved by the Board of Trustees.

National Secretariat & Luzon Office
Unit 1406 Antel Corporate Center 121 Valero Street
Salcedo Village Makati City
1200 Philippines
Phone : - 63 (2) 843-6466
Phone : - 63 (2) 843-6457
Fax : - 63 (2) 843-6457

British Chamber of Commerce Philippines (BCCP)

The British Chamber of Commerce Philippines (BCCP) is an independent, non-profit membership organization whose primary objective is to support the development of its members’ business and social interests in the British and Philippine communities, helping them achieve their objectives.
Founded in 1997 as the British Business Association, we became a British Chamber of Commerce in 2001. Today, we represent over 230 member companies and individuals with a membership network of over 525 entrepreneurs and senior executives of multinational corporations and SMEs.
The British Chamber is a dynamic organization and is the recognized voice of the British business community in the Philippines, promoting members’ interests with government and business bodies in the Philippines and Britain, in collaboration with British Embassy Manila, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) and other partners.

BCCP Business Centre
8F W Fifth Avenue Building
5th Avenue corner 32nd Street,
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 1634, Metro Manila, Philippines
Telephone: +63 2 5565232 Fax Number: +63 2 519 6889

AHK Philippinen

Find our Office here…
8/ F Döhle Haus Manila
30-38 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue
Barangay San Isidro
Makati City 1234, Metro Manila
+63 (0) 2 519 8110
+63 (0) 2 310 3656

Australian-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce (Philippines)

The Australian-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce (Philippines) Inc evolved out of the Australian Business Group (ABG), which was established by the Australian Senior Trade Commissioner at the time, Bill Brigstocke.

The ABG was set up by the Senior Trade Commissioner in 1974 in an effort to provide a common meeting place for Australian business men based in Manila or visiting. In addition, there was the view that in setting up the business group that some day it might grow into something more bilateral such as the American Chamber. The ABG invited speakers to meetings, which gave the businessmen of the day the opportunity to obtain information about what policies were being implemented by the Administration. Of course, many social functions evolved from these early meetings. Arranging the meetings in those early days was made through the Trade Commissioner’s office at the Australian Embassy. The Australian Ambassador at the time was Gerry Nutter and he was supportive of the ABG and its aims.

Australian-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Philippines
Unit C, 3/F Glass Tower,
115 C. Palanca Street,
Legaspi Village, Makati City
Phone: (632) 954 1254
Fax: (632) 954 1566