Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI)

The KCCI is the oldest and largest business organization in Korea. Established as a public legal entity by a special act, the KCCI is composed of 73 regional chambers of commerce and more than 100 major institutions and organizations that are related to commerce and industry.

The KCCI is Korea’s representative business advocate to the government and National Assembly and acts as a channel of communication between companies and the two public parts. Also, the KCCI offers business management services including economic outlook & business information publications, business counseling & consulting services and practical & vocational training courses to CEOs, executives and staffs.

KCCI has actively provided vocational education and training service for the youth and the unemployed/underemployed people domestically through its 8 HRD Institutes nationwide under Korean government’s mandate. Moreover, KCCI also has been participating in diverse overseas projects commissioned by the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), Korea Exim Bank, and other domestic and international organizations since 1998.