The Indian Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Bureau (IICCB) was launched on Thursday with a claim to provide support to Muslim businesses and entrepreneurs with resources, mentorship, networking and finance.
IICCB is a business chamber registered under The Indian Trust Act and is headquartered in Bangalore, with chapters in multiple states across India and in countries like the US, UK, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Canada.
The chamber claims to create a body of freelancers, SME’s, MSME’s, large corporates, professionals, consultants, start-ups, small entrepreneurs and to offer an industry-wide exchange of business ideas, exchange of opportunities, collaborations/partnerships, trade, investments, exchange of services, project funding, agent sourcing, overseas business expansion, rising funds, provide consultation, freelancing services & other advisory services to its members, according to K.M. Noorul Ameen, founder and patron of the organisation.
Considering the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it was a virtual launch with over 400 attendees belonging to different backgrounds ensuring diversity.
The launch was led by Noorul Ameen who spoke at length about IICCB and its mission.
Ahmad Sultan Bin Harib Alfalahi, UAE’s Commercial Attaché to India was the Guest of Honour for the event who expressed hope that the presence of a business chamber like IICCB in India will further enhance ties between India and UAE.
IICCB also aims to create awareness of business opportunities and promote ideas for national and international collaboration among its members.
The organisation is taking in registrations for new members on its website.