Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CCIC)
January 26th, 2023
The Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CCIC) was established in 1994 and incorporated in September of 1998.
To position CCIC as a “one stop shop” of commercial services for our membership by creating strategic and conduit alliances with Government and NGOs.
To create an efficient business environment to enhance prosperity and commercial success by proactively partnering with governmental and community entities to ensure a powerful and productive economy and continuously add value towards a higher quality of life for our membership.
How We’re Helping
The Chaguanas Chamber of Commerce is comprised of businesses and professionals, joining forces to be the voice of the central business community. We offer programs and benefits for the membership to address business needs and interests, with a mission to assist members to connect and to create a vibrant economy across all sectors.
The CCIC is committed to promote, develop and further the well-being of our members. We advocate to represent and protect members’ interests. In this regard, we have carefully analyzed and selected four (4) critical areas affecting businesses and have prudently selected from amongst our membership providers for these essential services. These services are meant to assist you to mitigate the changing legal landscapes which include the FIU and accounting for your wealth, in addition to the following:
• Representing Business
• Access to value added programs and incentives
• Business Assistance
• Trade Promotion
• International and Local Trade Matters
January 26th, 2023
CCIC Directors : Mr. Sunil Moonasar, Mr. Kevin Ramgoolie; V.P - Mr. Baldath Maharaj, Mr. Daniel Austin, Mr. Kyron Regis, Dr. Vaalmikki Arjoon; President - Mr. Richie Sookhai, The Honorable Mrs. Pennelope Beckles-Robinson, Ms. Karena Sukhu; Mr. Sajjad Hamid; Feature Speaker - Mr. Om Lalla,…
December 1st, 2022
Richie Sookhai - President, Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce (CCIC) For the last two and half years, businesses in Trinidad and Tobago and around the world had to combat and adapt to the culmination of the pandemic and the many problems that ensued from…
November 28th, 2022