NZ Chamber Network: a voice for business.

Businesses all around the globe access the expertise and services of Chambers of Commerce.

As well as tradition and experience, the Chambers offer up-to-date and informed thinking on topics as wide ranging as transport and infrastructure, employment, local and central government initiatives, policy change and contemporary business issues; advocacy and lobbying on behalf of their business communities; and support for a wide range of business tools, resources and advisory services to help business succeed.

The New Zealand Chamber Network consists of 30 individual Chambers nationwide. Each Chamber operates independently and is part of the New Zealand Chamber network, as well as the International Chambers of Commerce. 

The Chamber is seen as a credible source of knowledge and information for other organisations, due to our long-standing position in the community. The Chambers enjoy close relationships with industry bodies within the local and national business communities including government, institutions, other associations and the media.

New Zealand’s Chambers of Commerce are divided into 4 hubs: Northern, Central, Canterbury and Southern; and affiliated with 22,000 Chambers internationally.

The New Zealand Chambers of Commerce are part of the world's largest International business network, the International Chambers of Commerce (ICC).

Founded in 1919, with members in over 130 countries and including 22,000 Chambers globally, ICC is the voice of world business championing the global economy as a force for economic growth, job creation and prosperity.

The New Zealand Chambers of Commerce is a body of some 30 Chambers throughout New Zealand, supporting over 22,000 members.

Each Chambers' role is to influence and inspire business and deliver success. As not-for-profit business membership associations, the New Zealand Chambers of Commerce promote, support and encourage sustainable, profitable business growth.