KCCI: Members of the Chamber rank among the top 10 largest in the world.

KCCI: Members of the Chamber rank among the top 10 largest in the world

The Chamber is one of the world’s top ten largest Chambers of Commerce and Industry by the membership. The Businessmen Group (BMG) elects the members of KCCI.

Pakistani business is promoted by the chamber’s members from a wide range of industries. Pakistani business now has a voice through it. Anyone interested in connecting with Pakistani businesses and industries is welcome to join the association. This membership is extremely valuable to Pakistani business owners and those planning to start a business there. 

You can learn more about how to join this organization and the benefits it offers by visiting its website.

Registration of Private Companies By SECP: Under Companies Act, 2017

Private limited companies are among the most popular forms of business in Pakistan. Having a company structure helps Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) as well as associations doing business at a larger scale improve their performance. 

Currently, the Companies Act of 2017 and the Companies Incorporation Regulations of 2017 govern the registration of companies. Securities & Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) is the body responsible for the entire company registration and objectification process.

KCCI: Benefits to Members

The Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a non-profit organization that aims to promote business and trade in Pakistan.

The KCCI provides an opportunity for businesses and industries to interact, both within Pakistan and abroad.

KCCI: The forum provides a platform to discuss, evaluate, and discover solutions for problems facing businesses and industries.

Businesses and industries can also discuss and evaluate their problems at the forum. Through its sister chambers or affiliates in Pakistan and consulates abroad, KCCI also represents the interests of its members in government at all levels.

KCCI: Supporting the Business Community

A major objective of the KCCI is to promote the interests of businesses in Karachi and Sindh. All stakeholders are encouraged to cooperate and understand one another by KCCI. A number of topics are discussed at the KCCI’s meetings, including the business environment, economic policy reforms, and opportunities to network.

It is the chamber’s mission to bridge the gap between local industry and government.

We aim to facilitate communication between local industry and government through this chamber. Also, it allows entrepreneurs to share ideas and experiences in order to learn from one another’s mistakes & successes in order to improve prospects for all involved.

KCCI: Access to Govt. Agencies

One of the leading business organizations in Karachi, KCCI is a member of the Business Community in Karachi. 

Over 18,000 corporations and companies are members of KCCI, including multinationals, MNC affiliates, MSMEs, SMEs, and large national companies with operations in Karachi.

There are more than 18,000 members in the KCCI, including multinational corporations and MNC affiliates, medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs), small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as national companies that are located in Karachi or have operations there.


KCCI: Contribution to the Business

Economic growth is promoted by KCCI by actively engaging with government authorities at the federal and provincial levels on issues affecting businesses operating in Pakistan’s commercial capital, such as taxation, industry development policies, and infrastructure development projects. KCCI provides its members with support services such as seminars, conferences, and workshops, in addition to its advocacy efforts at the national level. Through quarterly newsletters issued by different departments within KCCI, KCCI provides information on opportunities available in their sectors and provides them information about opportunities available locally.

  • A representative body of trade and industry in Karachi is the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
  • There are many industrialists, traders, corporate houses, and other business entities associated with Karachi’s economy who are members of the organization.
  • Pakistan’s largest chamber plays an important role in policy formulation by providing inputs to the federal and provincial governments on a wide range of issues.

The Executive Council formulates policies for promoting commerce and industry both within and outside Karachi city limits.

By the end of the above procedure for company registration, a certificate of incorporation with a unique universal company number will be issued by the SECP.

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