The Cracow Chamber of Commerce and Industry is an independent organization of the economic self-government acting on behalf of its member companies. The geographical area of our activities is the region of Małopolska.
Our aim is to represent Member Companies and their economic interest towards different authorities and to promote their activity in Poland and abroad.
We also create and execute the active regional policy of development of SMEs with a special consideration for the Małopolska Region.

The tradition of the Cracow CCI reaches back to the middle of the nineteenth century. It was established on November 14th 1850 as an official representation of manufacturers, merchants, and craftsmen. In 1950 all chambers of commerce and industry in Poland were dissolved. After the breakthrough of 1989 it was possible to set up institutions of economic self-government again. In 1992 the Cracow Chamber of Commerce & Industry was re-established by uniting of two regional chambers.

Main tasks of the CCCI:
•    Representation of the economic interests of SMEs
•    Creation of regional policy of development of SMEs
•    Supporting SMEs and entrepreneurship
•    Promotion of Member Companies in the region, country and abroad
•    Professional trainings and consulting
•    Business information
•    Trade missions and business trips

If you need more information or have questions about our activities please contact us