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The Chamber offers an array of business support services.
The Chamber speaks on behalf of Business promoting
a competitive and a conducive business environment.Our advocacy forums include :
- Agenda 2020 Series
- Political Briefings
- Online Member Forum
The NCCI has a high-profile policy and lobbying team that represents the interests of members in Namibia. The mandate is to work together with decision-makers to influence policy decisions ensuring the interests of businesses are represented. This includes economic policy, influencing the course of new legislation that has an impact on the business community and giving firms a voice in Parliament, the media and with decision makers. Our advocacy forums include Agenda 2020 Series; Business Owners Networking Forums for Branches and CEOs in Camera Series.
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- Morning Sparks
- Business After Hours
- CEOs in Camera
- Match Making
What if you could have a group of similar minded people devoted to looking for and sharing viable business leads with you? Networking events are structured, allowing you to build many new business relationships. To learn more about the Chamber’s Networking events or to begin pursuing your own participation in one, contact Johanna Shiweda-Indongo, Membership & Events Manager, at telephone number 061-228809 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may schedule a one-time visit to the network of your choice to give it a try!
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- Digital Library
- Namibia Business Journal
- InBusiness Seminars
- Next Generation Leaders Forums
- Coaching and mentorship Program
InBusiness SeminarsFocusing on key areas of interest, such as digital media, effective networking and sales techniques – the InBusiness Series offers interactive seminars and workshops with leading experts, providing Chamber Members with the necessary knowledge, skills and confidence to go out and win more business! The objective is to help businesses improve their performance in key areas and kick their business up to the next level. The idea is to share knowledge, conduct open discussions, and hold question and answer sessions. Each workshop is a half... read more
NCCI also offers virtual forums
for members to be part of the conversation on issues impacting their business,
no matter where they are. Through our online forums for members, you can to
read and post messages of common interest, shape the advocacy agenda and
- Outgoing and incoming business missions.
- Certificates of Origin
The Chamber provides trade and investment facilitation related advisory services to the members and non-member institutions. The service is rendered through consultancy to individual businessman and covers among others:
- Business support through providing accurate or up to date information regarding regulatory issues of export – import procedure, investment requirements, licensing requirements and more
- Business matchmaking like B2B or B2G Meetings
- Support in trade missions & exhibition
- Industry representations in international trade negotiations or facilitation meetings
Bridging the Gap between Business and Education
We facilitate young people’s transition from school
to the workplace as well as expatriate talent.
Many employers are frustrated by the lack of skills and experience they are looking for while many young people do not have meaningful interactions with the world of work. We thus facilitate young people’s transition from school to the workplace. Key areas that we focus on include internship coordination, improving ‘soft skills’ such as communication, team working and resilience, as well as better careers advice and student’s engagement with business while in schools.
The Talent Gap is an increasingly important issue for business organizations to tackle. As the demographics and skills of the workforce...
The Chambers has negotiated exclusive
services with leading organisations to bring you support services and help save
members money. These include pension fund, medical aid and performance
guarantee for tendering members.
Group Medical Aid – NHP or NMC NCCI Group SchemeWe are excited to announce our partnership with NHP, NMC and the Khomas Medical Centre, offering a discounted member-only health plans for the NCCI members. The rising cost of healthcare has been a concern for everyone, and the Chamber is happy to offer a negotiated discount program to help small employers provide healthcare at reasonable rates. Contact Maiya-Liisa Nghikembua at email@example.com or telephone 061-228809.
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The rewards that members reap from the cost of Chamber membership may surprise you. Our referral service alone connects Chamber...
We are a group of businesses, a diverse mixture crossing all industry sectors who are committed to the development of...
Our Brand Promise
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Charity is with the
Chamber since 2005 and helps companies to grow business through educating,
connecting and profiling. She now heads up the retention team and is
heavily involved in the strategic development of membership, from start-ups to
multi-nationals. Charity also hosts our Business After Hours networking
Email: charity at ncci.org.na
Windhoek Branch Manager
joined the Chamber under the CEO’s Office in 2009. Her
responsibilities include managing the sales team in Windhoek to deliver the Chamber’s
membership growth targets. She has an active role in recruiting new members
into Chamber life which helps them to develop and grow their business. She
would be delighted to hear from anyone considering membership.
Email: jshiweda at ncci.org.na
Public Policy Advisor
Leonard is the head of
public policy department and joined the Chamber in 2014. His public policy
responsibilities include policy research and advocacy strategy development. He
also oversees the Chamber's various publications, including namBiC, Namibia
Business Journal, as well as the annual yearbook. If you have any questions, or
would like to discuss policy issues, please contact Leonard.
Email: lkamwi at ncci.org.na
Human Capital and Administration Manager
Maiya was appointed Head of Human Capital and Administration in 2013. She is a key member of
the Chamber’s senior management team working closely with the CEO and the Board HR and Remuneration Committee. Key tasks include: Developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall business strategy; Bridging management and employee relations and managing the recruitment and selection process. She also doubles as the Finance Manager presently. In this regard Maiya is responsible for reporting the financial position and performance
of the Chamber to the board. Evaluating and advising on the financial
implications of budgets and proposals.
Email: nnghikembwa at ncci.org.na
Marketing & Corporate Communications
joined the Chamber in 2009 her responsibilities includes facilitating
expatriate talent, coordinating internships, preparing, writing and
distributing press releases, handling media queries and liaising with
journalists and other media contacts.
Email: anegongo at ncci.org.na
Yolanda Swartz - Blom
the Chamber in 2016 as Management Secretary as well as the Call Centre Advisor and works closely with the member
services department. Her role includes administrative and secretarial support
to the CEO and Heads of Departments. She is also responsible for ensuring the
smooth running of the reception as well as handling all incoming calls and
Email: yswartz at ncci.org.na
Regina or Aunty Poppy as she is affectionately known, oversees the booking, maintenance and
preparation of the Chamber's suite of meeting rooms and facilities.
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