Nature and mission of the Torino Chamber of Commerce.
The Torino Chamber of Commerce is a public institution with autonomy of statute, regulation, management and accountability.
The Chamber is almost entirely self-funded. Its income derives largely from the annual Membership fee paid by all companies based in the Province that are listed in the Register of Enterprises. This income is primarily employed to support members' business activities.
There are almost 6 million businesses in Italy, 400,000 of these are based in Piemonte and over 220,000 in the Torino Province. Then, the Chamber's most important administrative activity is keeping the Register of Enterprises, an archive that can be consulted on-line all over the world.
The mission of the Chamber is to foster the growth of local economy and enhance it through effective and targeted initiatives, thus playing the role of spokesman towards competent authorities for more than 220,000 companies based in the Province.
Services provided to local companies by the Chamber:
The Torino Chamber of Commerce relies on two special agencies set up to provide advanced services to companies within the Chamber’s remit:
Over the years, the Torino Chamber of Commerce has been chosen by several networks as a privileged partner, such as:
The Torino Chamber of Commerce supports local economy by designing and managing special programs to promote Piedmontese companies abroad. The initiatives described below are aimed at training local companies in doing business with potential foreign players based in specific target markets, to support them in developing international business partnerships.
The Torino Chamber of Commerce supports the local economy development through targeted initiatives and agreements aimed at strengthening both business and institutional partenerships with foreign entities located in strategic countries.
Torino Chamber of Commerce
Business development and internationalization department
Via San Francesco da Paola, 24
10123 - Torino (TO) - Italy