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Trinidad Division of the Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry & Commerce

Professional Services, Public and Private Sector Organizations

The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce’s mission is “To be The Champion of Business towards the development of a strong and sustainable national economy”. Our 139-year old organisation has continued to create opportunities for members to leverage shared resources, knowledge and key contacts to develop a competitive edge in the global marketplace. The T&T Chamber remains one of the largest and most influential business organisations in Trinidad and Tobago.

We offer a broad range of services, and direct and indirect benefits that cater to companies in the widest span of sectors, and businesses at various stages of development. We facilitate trade initiatives in a number of ways including trade missions to create opportunities for outward exploration and new market penetration. Effective networking opportunities are available at all events, including our Business Insights training sessions. The T&T Chamber hosts three Signature Events annually – the Annual Business Luncheon, the Post-Budget Forum (a review, analysis and discussion forum on National Budget items) and the Champions of Business Gala. The latter provides recognition and reward to start-ups, businesses which export T&T goods or services and technology innovators. The event includes a lifetime award for outstanding business people by induction to the Business Hall of Fame.

The T&T Chamber also offers business referrals and dispute resolution training and services through the Dispute Resolution Centre. Our strong media presence via our weekly newspaper columns, radio programmes, electronic newsletters and through Contact magazine are used to educate and advocate for members by ventilating important issues affecting business today. Members can also influence their business sectors in a more meaningful way by joining a committee. Our standing committees include Crime & Justice, Facilities Maintenance & Management (FMM), Responsible Business, ICT Professionals of T&T (ICT ProTT), Employment and Labour Relations (ELR), Trade and Business Development (TBD), Environment Safety and Health (ESH), and NOVA for start-ups and entrepreneurs. Other committees are formed on an ad hoc basis to manage a number of issues. The T&T Chamber’s views are also represented on several national committees. Members enjoy business savings through our Membership Value Added Programme on select cost items. And there is more!

We invite you to browse through the benefits of the T&T Chamber membership. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Charles Pashley

Charles Pashley

President

Ian De Souza CEO of Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce

Ian R. De Souza

Chief Executive Officer

Nominate a Champion of Business, 2022

  Left to Right: Mr. Mario Singh, Assistant Manager, Corporate Sustainability, The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited • Mr. Navin Dookeran, Chief Executive Officer, Eximbank of Trinidad and Tobago Limited • Mr. Charles Pashley, President, T&T Chamber • Ms. Kiran Maharaj, Senior…

July 20th, 2022

Join the Chamber as we examine the Business Outlook for 2022/2023

     Business Outlook is back, and the T&T Chamber is once again ready to welcome a live audience. It takes place on Thursday, July 14 at the Hyatt Regency, 8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., and will be opened by Senator the Honourable Paula Gopee-Scoon, Minister…

July 6th, 2022

Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce (T&T Chamber)

The Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce takes this opportunity to warmly congratulate the publishers of Who’s Who in Trinidad and Tobago Business on its newest edition, especially given the challenges resulting from the global pandemic. We are pleased to continue to be…

October 13th, 2021

Joint Statement on Meeting with Ministers

AMCHAM T&T, T&T Chamber and TTMA would like to thank the Prime Minister for arranging the hosting of the joint meeting with various Business Service Organizations and Ministers. As responsible advocates of the private sector, we look forward to ongoing collaboration with the Government to…

May 27th, 2021

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