About Jeddah Chamber:
Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is considered as one of the oldest chambers in the Kingdom. The First Chamber founded by a Royal Decree on January 1946 in the City of Jeddah. With the efforts of 21 terms of Board members with over 75 years of experience Jeddah Chamber continue its efforts in activating the decree on no sides basis in initiating plenty of business opportunities.
Jeddah Chamber is distinguished as a Landmark of the Red sea bride (the city of Jeddah), its strategic location gives it an important vitality gained a great economic dimension. It is right next to the Ministry of Trade and Investment, and the Ministry of Media, along with it is overlooking on Jeddah Islamic Seaport.
Jeddah Chamber is determined on taking care of the interest of its members from the Privet Sector and the business community of the city of Jeddah, in order to higher the economic level of the western region.
Jeddah Chamber has witnessed many development and expansions related to management and organizational levels related to improving the services for its members. One of the development indicators is it expansion of its services to the different parts of provinces in the region. Providing its services to Business owners through its branches in Rabigh, Leeth, Alqonfotha, and Khelays. It also launched the biggest electronic project in 2010 in the name of the electronic ratification. It is considered as one of the leading services among the Saudi Chambers, it allows the members to ratify from their privet offices without needing their presence at the Chamber. Whether the member was inside or outside the Kingdom for 24hrs/7 Days a week making it easier and save time on the members.
Jeddah Chamber established several centers in order to meet the needs of the business sector and the market labor that reflects the interest and determination of the Chamber towards serving the nation.
Jeddah Chamber launched Jeddah Economic Forum in 2000 like Davos World Economic Forum. It became one of the most important economic events in the region, attracting international political symbols, including two former presidents of the United States. British Prime Minister John Major, economic and political leaders from European and Asian countries, as well as Saudi and international business owners.
The Chamber also played a diplomatic role towards accelerating the membership of Saudi Arabia to the World Trade Organization (WTO).