The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry - LCCI was established by the businessmen and industrialists of Northern India in 1923 under the name of Northern India Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
In 1947 on creation of The Islamic Republic of Pakistan, its name was changed to West Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. In 1960, the present name, The Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry was adopted.
Today, the chamber stands out as the first ISO-certified Chamber of Pakistan.
LCCI's prime objective is to serve its members to their utmost satisfaction. It is committed to making an effective contribution to the nation's economic development through the promotion of trade and industry.
LCCI acts as a bridge between the government and the business community. It plays an important role in policy formulation by maintaining a constant interaction with the relevant authorities.
- To be the best Chamber in SAARC Countries through growth in business volumes, turnovers, exports and contribution in tax revenues.
- To be the finest organization to serve the business community and to conduct its practices in best possible professional manner.
- To revamp R&D Department
- To be a bridge between the Business Community and Regulatory Bodies to participate in policy advocacy forcefully to the best interest of the business community.
- To seek long term relations with members reflecting fairness, honesty and transparency.
- To build good repute of the Organization and maintaining high professional and ethical standards.
- To conduct Business with integrity and strive to be a top Chamber in the Region.
- To enhance contentiously the shareholders’ value through team work and constant improvement in the system in a competitive business environment.
- To provide congenial work environment where employees taking ownership and working as a team through collaboration among all stakeholders.
- To be a good corporate citizen by fulfilling social responsibilities by promoting wellbeing of community and environment.
FIVE Core Values that are the guiding principles to achieve our vision;
- Respect – treating all well and work with courtesy and respect, the way you want to be treated.
- Empathy – Listening and understanding the feelings and ideas of others as if they were your own; by putting yourself in others shoes.
- Shared Responsibility – taking ownership and working as a team through collaboration among all stakeholders.
- Consistency – being consistent in mastering and maintaining standards in services and overall the image of the institution.
- Innovation – constant creativity in Research, Development and services for value addition and exceeding expectations of members, stakeholders and employee