Chamber is the largest employer representative body in the Island, a vibrant association of members from all business sectors who are dedicated to the promotion of trade, commerce and the general prosperity of Jersey.
In addition to our organised Chamber events we also keep track of all business related local events and publish those organised by our members.
Chamber is the largest employer representative body in the Island, a vibrant association of members from all business sectors who are dedicated to the promotion of trade, commerce and the general prosperity of Jersey. Chamber is completely self funded by its membership, quite autonomous of Government and is able to express an independent view.
Our Executive Council
Responsible for the day to day operation of the Chamber
Almost 250 years of assistance to local businesses
Our executive committees meet regularly to discuss specific industry areas which have an influence on Jersey.
Chamber pursues matters on behalf of its membership at a high level with local Government and all new or proposed legislation is monitored to ensure that members’ interests are represented. We also adopt a proactive stance on key issues, providing recommendations to senior politicians and States’ departments in a pragmatic and constructive way.
In 1768, when The Jersey Chamber of Commerce was formed, its members were principally ship owners. Now there is a different and much wider range of businesses amongst approximately 550 members. With membership open to a wide range of organisations and individuals, there is an increasing realisation of the wide range of benefits for those in every sector of the business community.
Our frequently asked questions
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Networking opportunities, including our popular luncheons
Topical seminar programme
Support and guidance on doing business in Jersey