The Australian arm of the world business organisation
ICC Australia is the Australian arm of the International Chamber of Commerce, the world voice of business, which champions the global economy as a force for economic growth, job creation and prosperity.
The ICC and ICC Australia serve business through the promotion of trade, investment, open markets and the free flow of capital. Both defend the private enterprise system and encourage self-regulation and ethical behaviour by business. ICC Australia is one of the oldest ICC affiliates. The Australian National Committee was established in 1927. The Australian Chamber is the exclusive Australian affiliate to the ICC and we operate ICC Australia's Secretariat.
The ICC brings together the world's biggest, most influential and dynamic corporations. By joining ICC Australia, a company joins leaders immersed in an influential international business network.
ICC members are instrumental in developing the rules that businesses all over the world use to reduce costs, uncertainties and inconsistencies in commercial international arbitration, banking, commercial contracts and trade.
ICC Australia members gain influence as part of a National Committee and through the ICC's privileged links with intergovernmental organisations including the World Trade Organisation, the G8, the G20 and the United Nations.
ICC Australia offers information and experience in all matters affecting international business operations. Members receive regular ICC statements and publications and can tap into the vast multi-disciplinary knowledge of the hundreds of experts who conduct the work of the ICC Policy Commissions.
ICC Australia membership offers access into the prestigious and influential ICC global network and the ability to forge global relationships at the highest level at ICC events .