The International Chambers of Commerce.

The International Chambers of Commerce are made up of 15 bilateral chambers. Each chamber operates independently, with its own board and operations. The International Chambers of Commerce functions as a forum for co-operation, networking and support for its member chambers.

The goal of The International Chambers of Commerce is to strengthen and maintain business relations between Iceland and the partner country, along with supporting bilateral co-operation and commerce between businesses in both countries. Furthermore, it is our goal to strengthen relations in the fields of education, culture, business and politics.

In accordance to the chamber’s goals its operations are the following:

  • Organize meetings and conferences concerning common issues between the two Countries.
  • Organize visits between members in the business sectors of both countries.
  • Safeguard its member’s business interests in relations to authorities in both countries.
  • Provide direct services in accordance with agreements of each chamber’s board to their members, i.e. provide information on business liaisons, assist with forming business relations between companies and inform on business matters in both countries.


Bilateral Chambers.

American-Icelandic

Est. 1988

Arctic-Icelandic

Est. 2013

British-Icelandic

Est. 1997

Danish-Icelandic

Est. 2000

Faroese-Icelandic

Est. 2012

French-Icelandic

Est. 1990

German-Icelandic

Est. 1995

Greenlandic-Icelandic

Est. 2011

Italian-Icelandic

Est. 2001

Japanese-Icelandic

Est. 2017

Norwegian-Icelandic

Est. 2011

Polish-Icelandic

Est. 2019

Russian-Icelandic

Est. 2019

Spanish-Icelandic

Est. 1997

Swedish-Icelandic

Est. 1997

Sigrún Lilja Guðbjartsdóttir

Managing director of The Bilateral Chambers

sigrun@chamber.is

Alþjóða viðskiptaráðin

Hús atvinnulífsins

Borgartúni 35, 5. hæð

105 Reykjavík

Hafa samband

mottaka@vi.is

Framkvæmdastjóri:

Sigrún Lilja Guðbjartsdóttir

+354 510 7100