The Global Association of Italian Chambers of Commerce.

81 Italian Chambers of Commerce in 56 Countries

The ICCI Melbourne is a member of Assocamerestero, the World Association of Italian bi-national Chambers.

Our network of 81 Chambers is active in 58 countries.We have 20,000 members worldwide and some 300,000 businesses make up our international network.

The important work in support of the Made in Italy and of Italian companies exporting to foreign territories, has led  ICCI Melbourne to become one of the leading reference points within the Italian system for promoting internationalisation.

Italian Institutional Partners

The important work in support of Made in Italy and of Italian companies carried out on foreign territories together with the following Italian Institutions:

Italian Trade Agency

ITA - Italian Trade Agency is the Governmental agency that supports the business development of Italian companies abroad and promotes the attraction of foreign investment in Italy.


Assocamerestero is the association of the Italian Chambers of Commerce Abroad, established to evaluate and develop the Chambers activities, through increasing the level of interest and awareness on the network and its features among Italian and international institutions and business organizations.


Confindustria is the main association representing manufacturing and service companies in Italy, with a voluntary membership of more than 150,000 companies of all sizes.


The Consulate General of Italy in Melbourne provides services for residents of Victoria and Tasmania.


The Italian Government Tourist Board, is the Italian national tourism board that promotes the unified image of the Italian tourist offer.

Union Camere

Unioncamere - Italian Union of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Crafts and Agriculture - is the public body that unites and institutionally represents the Italian chamber system.


The Foreign Ministry is responsible for the State’s functions, tasks and duties in matters concerning Italy’s political, economic, social and cultural relations with other countries.

Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico

The Ministry of Economic Development is responsible for a wide variety of policies, including economic development and cohesion, energy and mineral resources, telecommunications, internationalisation and business incentives.