The International Chamber of Commerce (The ICC) is the world’s largest business organization
representing 45 million companies from all sectors and company sizes in over 130 countries. It is the
only business organization with UN Observer Status.
International Chamber of Commerce-Kenya (ICC Kenya) was launched in June 2017 and formally registered in
August 2019 as the National Committee of The ICC in Kenya. ICC Kenya’s membership is made up of business
associations and corporate organizations of all sizes from all sectors of the economy. The main
objective of ICC Kenya is to work closely with the The ICC on policy advocacy on behalf of Kenyan
business community with international operations as well as linking members to the global business
community thereby exposing them to an array of opportunities.
The ICC advances its work through 11 Commissions: Arbitration and ADR; Banking; Commercial Law and
Practice; Competition; Corporate Responsibility and Anti-Corruption; Digital Economy; Environment and
Energy; Intellectual Property; Marketing and Advertising; Taxation; Trade and Investment Policy
ICC Kenya is in the process of establishing the following Commissions:
- Arbitration and ADR
- Corporate Responsibility and Anti-Corruption
- Trade and Investment Policy
Members are invited to join and serve in any of the Commissions.