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Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Beirut & Mount Lebanon

National Network: 
Lebanon
Address: 
Sanayeh, Justinien Street, 1
Beirut 11-1801
لبنان
Telephone: 
9611744165
E-Mail (2): 
Mobile Phone: 
9613711007
Mobile Phone (other): 
9613315063
Organisation Type: 
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment: 
1887
General Information: 

The Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture of Beirut and Mount Lebanon (CCIA-BML) is a non-profit private organization working for the public benefit. The CCIA-BML was established in 1887 and is the largest of the four Lebanese Chambers that are regulated by Ministerial Decree No 36/67 enacted in 1967. The CCIA-BML’s membership roster currently includes around 15,000 Lebanese businesses.

The Chamber provides a broad array of services to enterprises namely: Authentication of invoices and commercial documents, business training, arbitration and mediation services, economic information, , organization of business events and delegations and development projects within EU and international programs.Chamber services are carried out by 70 full time employees. The Board of Directors is constituted of 24 prominent businessmen form different economic and business sectors. The Chamber main mission is to contribute to the development of a strong and competitive national economy

The Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture of Beirut and Mount Lebanon (CCIA-BML) is a non-profit private organization working for the public benefit. The CCIA-BML was established in 1887 and is the largest of the four Lebanese Chambers that are regulated by Ministerial Decree No 36/67 enacted in 1967. The CCIA-BML’s membership roster currently includes around 15,000 Lebanese businesses.

The Chamber provides a broad array of services to enterprises namely: Authentication of invoices and commercial documents, business training, arbitration and mediation services, economic information, , organization of business events and delegations

The Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture of Beirut and Mount Lebanon (CCIA-BML) is a non-profit private organization working for the public benefit. The CCIA-BML was established in 1887 and is the largest of the four Lebanese Chambers that are regulated by Ministerial Decree No 36/67 enacted in 1967. The CCIA-BML’s membership roster currently includes around 15,000 Lebanese businesses.

The Chamber provides a broad array of services to enterprises namely: Authentication of invoices and commercial documents, business training, arbitration and mediation services, economic information, , organization of business events and delegations and development projects within EU and international programs.Chamber services are carried out by 70 full time employees. The Board of Directors is constituted of 24 prominent businessmen form different economic and business sectors. Budgetary resources: Yearly average for last three years is 6000.000 euros.The CCIA-BML is actively involved in joint activities and projects with many EU and International organizations and instruments such as ILO, UNESCO, UFM, USAID, UNDP, UNIDO, World Bank, ENI CBC MED, Erasmus, European Training Foundation, BusinessMed in topics covering, vocational education, higher education, employment, entrepreneurship, innovation and start-ups, gender equity, women empowerment, youth and others

Mission and Objectives: 

Faithful to its role as the prime backer of the interests of the private economy, the Chamber aims at enhancing the competitiveness of business sector in Lebanon within the objective to contribute to the development of a strong and competitive national economy.

Main Projects / Activities: 

Besides the traditional consular services and support services offered to the Lebanese enterprises sector, the Chamber of Beirut and Mount Lebanon ensures an active presence and close cooperation terms on regional and international scenes: EU, WCF ICC, World Bank, ASCAME, ILO, USAID, UNIDO, etc.The Chamber owns a relevant expertise in running successfully ENPI projects backed by solid financial resources and high caliber of professional human resources along with a wide network within key local and international stakeholders and institutions. The Chamber houses in its premises the needed structures and facilities to carry out successfully trainings, researches and studies, capitalization events, B2Bs meetings, internships, exhibitions, etc. The communication tools of the Chamber are extremely aggressive and comprise an electronic newsletter distributed locally and internationally to around 10.000 institutions, interactive website welcoming 1000 visitors monthly, and social media platforms engaging till date more than 107.000 likers. The Chamber can contribute to diverse activities proposed by ANN LINDH Foundation at the service of Lebanese community thanks to wide networking with local business, social and economic stakeholders. The Chamber is also very active in youth and women empowerment, modernization of educational programs, environmental initiatives, and main promoter of UN SDGs 2030.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?: 

The Chamber of Beirut and Mount Lebanon is the largest business organization in Lebanon backed by a roaster of 15.000 member enterprises covering main economic and business sectors. The Chamber is the head of Lebanese Chambers, and the Lebanese economic instances. Thus, it owns a unique lobbying weight towards government and decision makers at the level of formulation of policies and regulations that impact Lebanese national economy and society.

The Chamber owns a relevant expertise in running successfully ENPI projects backed by solid financial resources and high caliber of professional human resources along with a wide network within key local and international stakeholders and institutions. The Chamber houses in its premises the needed structures and facilities to carry out successfully trainings, researches and studies, capitalization events, B2Bs meetings, internships, exhibitions, etc. The communication tools of the Chamber are extremely aggressive and comprise an electronic newsletter distributed locally and internationally to around 10.000 institutions, interactive website welcoming 1000 visitors monthly, and social media platforms engaging till date more than 107.000 likers. The Chamber can contribute to diverse activities proposed by ANN LINDH Foundation at the service of Lebanese community thanks to wide networking with local business, social and economic stakeholders. The Chamber is also very active in youth and women empowerment, modernization of educational programs, environmental initiatives, and main promoter of UN SDGs 2030.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?: 

Joining ALF Network would boost our horizons of collaboration between Mediterranean partner countries and shall engender de facto a strategic impact on many significant levels:promotion of innovative ideas, human and cultural exchange, involvement of the civil society, wide business networking,  transfer of know- how , exchange of best practices and success stories and possibility of getting inspired by new models and structures in social and cultural relations, sustainability and innovation.

Additional Information: 
Contact (1) Full Name: 
Rabih Sabra
Job Title: 
Director General
Head of the organisation: 
Mohamed Choucair, Chairman
Contact (2) Full Name: 
Hana Nehme
Job Title: 
Director of Human Resources and Training Center