Our Chamber is providing a strong support and moreover is providing business opportunities for it members at this time that many countries are going through daily doses of bad economic news.
The Chamber awkward with central administration organisation, implementing the principles of its Statues. It proposes measures for the development and improvement of the economic reality of the broader region.
We, members of the administration, work hard in order to support our members, who are trying to survive in a tough and competitive environment.
We promote issues of major importance for bilateral trade. We have focussed our efforts on tourism development, agriculture, infrastructure and market operation.
We have now organised the Project Department for implementing European Programmes providing businesses opportunities, approaches and technical expertise.
Our goals are two: to provide a practical business contribution to Albania’s national re-branding process while we contribute towards addressing everyday problems faced by member and non member companies in Albania and the region.
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Working with the ABCCI offers you a unique opportunity to gain experience and develop skills in modern, rapidly changing organisation with worldwide influence and impact.
We are always on the lookout for talent in business promotion, business research and sales and marketing. If you think you have this qualities please send us your resumes on email@example.com
ABCCI wins the Award for Excellence “In Corporate Social Responsibility 2013”Albanian British Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ABCCI) was awarded the Award for Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility 2013, COBCOE Awards, presented and celebrated at the wonderful Gala Dinner evening on the 10th April at the Guildhall.
The Chamber has received, from many European Chambers, best wishes and congratulations for the remarkable achievement. The Award to ABCC it is an award that belongs to its member companies due to their generosity, vision and CSR commitment for supporting the Chamber’s work and initiative on reduction of poverty.
The Gala Dinner, honoring the 40th anniversary of the Council of British Chambers of Commerce in Europe, was hosted and supported by the City of London Corporation and the Guest of Honor Lord Green, Minister of Trade and Investment.
The Albanian British Chamber of Commerce & Industry for an incredibly innovative, far reaching and impactful project tackling a national social issue of youth unemployment supported by UNDP that has truly promoted a valuable CSR agenda, engaging the support and active and collective participation of members to address a serious subject for the national good.