Working for business. Working for Australia
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry speaks on behalf of Australian business at home and abroad.
Our membership comprises all state and territory chambers of commerce and dozens of national industry associations. Individual businesses also get involved through our Business Leaders Council.
We represent more than 300,000 businesses of all sizes who employ over four million people, across all industries and all parts of the country, making us Australia’s most representative business organisation.
The Australian Chamber strives to make Australia a great place to do business in order to improve everyone’s standard of living.
We seek to create an environment in which businesspeople, employees and independent contractors can achieve their potential as part of a dynamic private sector. We encourage entrepreneurship and innovation to achieve prosperity, economic growth and jobs.
We focus on issues that impact on business, including economics, trade, workplace relations, work health and safety, and employment, education and training.
We advocate for Australian business in public debate and to policy decision-makers, all members of federal parliament across all political parties, ministerial policy advisors, parliamentary secretaries, regulators and national agencies. We also represent Australian business in international forums.
We represent the broad interests of the private sector rather than individual clients or a narrow sectional interest.