About the GCCI


Founded in 1967, the GCCI is a nonprofit and Private-Sector driven organization that facilitates business development, promotes cross-border trade exhibitions, and advances the business community’s interests. The GCCI provides business advisory support and trade inquiry service to companies with trade and investment interests in The Gambia. The GCCI is the representative body of the Private-Sector in The Gambia. The GCCI is a member of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Pan-African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI), and Federation of West African Employers’ Association (FEWACC). Since its inception, The GCCI has been the primary platform for Public-Private Dialogue(PPD). The Chamber frequently engages businesses of all sizes and gathers their challenges with a quest to seek redress through policy, legislation, and regulation.


“Promote, safeguard and provide services, knowledge and resources to the Gambian Business Community for present and future generations”



To be the Transformative Voice of The Business Community”

Core Values

Integrity and Ethics: Upholding honesty, transparency, and ethical conduct in all interactions and operations with members, stakeholders, and the broader community.

Advocacy and Representation: Advocating for the interests and rights of members, representing their needs and concerns to government bodies, regulatory agencies, and other stakeholders to foster a conducive business environment.

Diversity and Inclusivity: Embracing diversity in membership, perspectives, and ideas, and fostering an inclusive environment that values and respects individuals regardless of differences.