General information

The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (established in 1895) is an independent, non-governmental organization for assistance, promotion, representation and protection of the business interests of its members, which contributes to the development of international economic cooperation and provides assistance for the European and international integration of the Republic of Bulgaria. The activity of the Chamber is based on the principles of voluntary membership, autonomy and self-financing. BCCI seeks to establish straightforward and ethical relations among the business circles.

The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the 28 Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry are united in the Unified System of Bulgarian Chambers of Commerce and Industry which has members – traders, corporations, associations, etc.

town members
Sofia city and Sofia region 21 702
Blagoevgrad 1 817
Burgas 2 065
Varna 2 713
Veliko Tarnovo 944
Vidin 290
Vratsa 663
Gabrovo 1 037
Gotse Delchev 125
Dobrich 1 024
Kazanlak 381
Kardzhali 1 435
Kyustendil 475
Lovech 346
Montana 278
town members
Pazardzhik 985
Pernik 469
Pleven 748
Plovdiv 5 657
Razgrad 547
Ruse 1 178
Silistra 428
Sliven 982
Smolyan 416
Stara Zagora 1 531
Targovishte 505
Haskovo 2 925
Shumen 997
Yambol 672
Since 31.03.2018

A Council of Sectorial Organisations has been established and operates with BCCI. The Council was established on 14 January 1999. Its main objectives are to facilitate the dialogue between public institutions and businesses , and to balance the interests of sectorial organisations in connection with the main issues related to creating a favourable environment for the development of Bulgarian business. 84 sectorial organizations are members of the Council.