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Partners in Success

Over the years the Chamber has had the pleasure of working with various members of Corporate Canada. Without their continued support and sponsorship we would not have been able to achieve all the success.

We encourage our members to follow the links to the sites of our partners to benefit from their valuable contributions.

Our Event Sponsors

Our Corporate Members (Associate)


City of Markham


Our Affinity Program Partners

  Extreme Fitness

 Economical Insurance

Drake International

Toronto Raptors



Our MoU Partners

In Canada

Canadian Aboriginal & Minority Suppliers Council (CAMSC)
CAMSC operates as a private sector-led, non profit membership organisation composed of major Canadian and global corporations. The organisation aims to boost economic development opportunities and through these, employment, for Aboriginal peoples and visible minorities. CAMSC's mission is to deliver programs to facilitate purchasing opportunities between major corporations and suppliers owned and operated by minorities and aboriginal peoples.

The purpose of CAMSC-ICCC MoU is to collaborate to increase access to business opportunities in the corporate supply chain for their respective members, and when / where it makes sense given our respective mandates, to lobby government to effect change on issues related to economic development of minority businesses and communities in Canada.


The Diamond Bourse of Canada (DBC)
The Diamond Bourse of Canada (DBC) was founded in 2010. It is a membership-based not-for-profit industry organisation that represents the entire scope of Canada's diamond industry stakeholders. Although the DBC is Canada's only diamond commodity exchange, it is also an industry organisation that is focused on providing its members with significant value-added services and representing the long-term interests of the industry.

The purpose of the DBC-ICCC MoU is to work together by jointly lobbying government, producers and various diamond industry stakeholders for the diversification of the traditional rough diamond distribution models. Specifically, both organisations will aim to create the conditions for the creation of a viable and competitive primary-market for rough Canadian diamond goods -- which is open to all buyers -- within Canada itself.

In India

Indo-Canadian Business Chamber
The Indo-Canadian Business Chamber (ICBC) is committed towards fostering and furthering trade and bilateral relations between India and Canada. ICBC's objective is to promote, foster and encourage commercial trade and economic cooperartion between persons, firms, companies, organisations, and trade bodies in India and Canada.

The purpose of the ICBC-ICCC MoU is to work cooperatively to promote and foster trade and bilateral relations between India and Canada through various activities, events, delegations visit to India and to Canada.

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
The Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) works to create and sustain an environment conducive to the growth of industry in India, partnering industry and government alike through advisory and consultative processes. CII is a non-governmental, not-for-profit, industry led and industry managed organisation, playing a proactive role in India's development process. Founded 115 years ago, it is India's premier business association, with a direct membership of over 7800 organisations from the private as well as public sectors, including SMEs and MNCs, and an indirect membership of over 9,000 companies around 396 national and regional sectoral associations.

The purpose of the CII-ICCC MoU is to enhance the capabilities of the SME sector and develop its role in the fostering of Canada-India relations. In addition, the two organisations will work together to promote bilateral economic relations between Canada and India through various activities, events and facilitating visits of business delegations to India and Canada.


Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industries (FICCI)

Established in 1927, FICCI is the largest and oldest apex business organisation in India. Its history is closely interwoven with India’s struggle for independence, its industrialization, and its emergence as one of the most rapidly growing global economies. FICCI has contributed to this historical process by encouraging debate, articulating the private sector’s views and influencing policy. A non-government, not-for-profit organisation, FICCI is the voice of India’s business and industry. FICCI draws its membership from the corporate sector, both private and public, including SMEs and MNCs; FICCI enjoys an indirect membership of over 2,50,000 companies from various regional chambers of commerce.

The purpose of the FICCI-ICCC MoU is to enhance dialogue and contact between the business communities of Canada and India; to facilitate close bilateral trade relations; and to establish mechanisms to foster increased trade and investment opportunities.


All India Association of Industries (AIAI)

The All India Association of Industries has been serving the trade and industry for over 50 years. Under the dynamic leadership of the Late Shri Babubhai M. Chinai (M.P), the AIAI was established in 1956, which is today the leading association of industries in India’s commercial capital. Its membership spans across a wide spectrum of industries with direct membership strength of over 1400 and indirect membership of over 30,000 through AIAI’s affiliated trade bodies. About 70% of the membership relate to the SME Sector.

The purpose of the AIAI-ICCC MoU is to cooperate on improving and expanding trade and economic cooperation between India and Canada. The organisations will encourage  and promote bilateral trade on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, and shall determine, by mutual agreement, the areas and subjects of such cooperation.


World Trade Centre - Mumbai

The World Trade Centre Mumbai is the realization of the vision of one man, Dr.M. Visvesvaraya - Engineer, Scientist and a great son of India. Named after him, M. Visvesvaraya Industrial Research & Development Centre (MVIRDC), a non- profit company registered under the Indian Companies Act, is the promoter of WTC. Established in 1970, MVIRDC is governed by a Council of Management, comprising industrialists, representative from Central and State Governments and Trade Promotion Bodies. In 1971, MVIRDC received formal recognition as a World Trade Centre by becoming a member of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA), New York. The World Trade Centre Mumbai offers a galaxy of services and facilities.

The purpose of the AIAI-WTC-Mumbai MoU is to cooperate on improving and expanding trade and economic cooperation between India and Canada. The organisations will encourage  and promote bilateral trade on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, and shall determine, by mutual agreement, the areas and subjects of such cooperation.

Small and Medium Business Development Chamber of India (SME Chamber of India)

Small & Medium Business Development Chamber of India puts efforts for the development and growth of SMEs by organising Seminars, Conferences, Workshops and Training Programs to educate & create awareness amongst the SMEs. Chamber provides information and guidance to new and existing entrepreneurs in managing and growing their business.

The purpose of SME Chamber of India MoU is to enhance connectivity between Indian and Canadian SMEs from manufacturing & services sector and companies involved in Pharmaceutical & Chemicals, Healthcare, Energy, Research & Development, IT, Bio-Technology etc. and desirous of the need to strengthen partnership.


Visvesvaraya Industrial Trade Centre (VITC)

The Visvesvaraya Industrial Trade Centre is the designated Nodal Agency of the state for promotion of International Trade from Karnataka. VITC has been operational since 1965 under the aegis of Department of Industries & Commerce. VITC is named after Chief architect of modern Karnataka, Bharat Ratna Late Sir M. Visvesvaraya, who was instrumental in the industrialization of the state.

The purpose of VITC MoU is to expand trade and economic cooperation, sharing of information on trade and investment & publications, development of joint venture and technology transfers and investment and exchange of trade delegations.


Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FKCCI)

The erstwhile Mysore Chamber of Commerce, the precursor of the Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce & Industry, was established on May 8, 1916, in Bangalore. The main objective of FKCCI is to provide an opportunity of personal service and jointly deliberation and action concerning the larger issues pertaining to Industry, Trade and Commerce.

The purpose of FKCCI MoU is to promote friendly relations between the two organisation for strengthening trade and investment, technological and industrial cooperation between the two countries.


The Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI)

Founded in 1949, The Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & Industry [GCCI] works to create and sustain an environment conducive to the growth of industry and trade in Gujarat, partnering both of them through advisory processes.

The purpose of the MoU is to exchange information on general economic status, investment opportunities, trade policies and legislative changes in both the countries to strengthen trade, technological and industrial cooperation.


Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University (PDPU)

Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University has been established by GERMI as a Private University through the State Act enacted on 4th April, 2007. University has been promoted by Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC) to promote energy education and research with special focus on the oil and gas sector.

The letter of cooperation has been signed to undertake joint research initiatives having impact on India-Canada relations and exploring the avenues for strengthening the furthering excellence in education.


PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI)

PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, established in 1905, is a proactive and dynamic multi-State apex organisation working at the grass-root level and with strong national and international linkages. Chamber acts as a catalyst in the promotion of industry, trade and entrepreneurship.

The purpose of the MoU is to build a dependable, pragmatic and advantageous relationship between the two countries through increased cooperation among the industrialists, businessmen and entrepreneurs by dissemination of information, technical cooperation and exchange visits of business delegations.

 Federation of Rajasthan Trade and Industry

Federation of Rajasthan Trade and Industry (FORTI) is a proactive and dynamic apex chamber of Rajasthan. It is working at grass root level with strong national and international linkage since 1965. The Chamber act for upgrading, developing and attracting new investment in state, through its research based policy. Organize seminars, workshops and exhibitions at regular intervals. FORTI is the voice of Rajasthan business, trade, industry, public and also the government.

The purpose of the MoU is to facilitate one-to-one interaction between representatives of business and Government in India, and in the regions where FORTI and/or ICCC have presence.   

MABA (Middlesex Asian Business Association) is now UKABC (UK Asian Business Council )

Two years after launching the MABA, we are re-launching ourselves as UKABC, and at the same time strengthening its senior team with the addition of a new president and vice president. This strategic decision is seen as a natural progression for the “Middlesex Asian Business Association” as it further develops its expanding roster of activities in the marketplace both UK and Asia. This includes our hugely successful Networking Events, launching our active presence and offices in India, China, Bangladesh, Turkey, Nepal, Pakistan, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka, the new UK ABC Awards, webinars, round tables debates, plus magazine and newsletter publishing both in print and online.

Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) was founded in 1926 and has been the voice of responsible trucking in Ontario. It is one of the largest trucking associations in North America. It represents all segments of the industry – for hire carriers, private carriers, intermodal, suppliers etc. The organisation strongly advocates ongoing professional development and compliance programs. It offers a vast array of literature, education program, training materials and online webinars to help executives and employees stay informed and up to date on the ever changing industry.  The Indo Canadian Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) and Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) will establish a two year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to assist both organizations in making a stronger connection with the ownership of trucking companies within the South Asian community. 


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