Polish Chamber of Commerce (PCC) founded in 1990 is the largest economic self-government institution in Poland. We group above 150 business organizations. PCC’s mission is to establish and develop strong economic self-government institution and to support Polish entrepreneurs on both Polish and integrated EU market. PCC promotes Corporate Social Responsibility, encourages Polish entrepreneurs to implement the highest standards of business ethics and represents the interests of Polish entrepreneurs vis-a-vis the government and local bodies of State administration and cooperates with the Parliament providing opinions on new draft regulations concerning the economy. Being one of the major social partners in the legislative process, and at the stage of discussion on new bills, PCC can identify potential pitfalls as well as propose changes PCC is actively involved in drafting the law on freedom of business activity, tax laws, regulations on social insurance system, investment support, business promotion, public tenders, public support for enterprise, labour law and other acts.
PCC cares about entrepreneurs in the international arena doing its best to increase the recognition of Poland and Polish economy by organizing national exhibitions (EXPO – Hanover, Aichi), inviting entrepreneurs to the international trade, fairs, trade missions, economic forums, multi and bilateral business meetings and other forms of foreign trade promotion. It also help foreign companies with finding business partners on the Polish market. Polish Chamber of Commerce is actively acting on the international cooperation field. PCC is a member of EUROCHAMBRES, Association of the European Chambers of Industry and Commerce, which groups the European chambers of commerce, and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris. PCC also cooperates with the biggest worldwide national organizations.