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About ICCNZ

The Italian Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand Inc. (ICCNZ) focuses on Italian companies wishing to establish commercial or industrial links with New Zealand, Italian companies or their representative offices already established in New Zealand and New Zealand firms wanting to develop their activities in the Italian markets.

Incorporated in 2000, ICCNZ promotes bilateral trade, provides information and support to companies in international trade, general consultations, referrals, import and export data, workshops, market research, trade fairs and trade delegations, interpreting, trade mark registration and litigation.

ICCNZ is built on the support of many who are passionate about New Zealand Italy connections - through personal, business and cultural interests - and our aim is to build and grow these connections through shared support and networks.

Connected with the Italian Chambers in the World and the Embassy of Italy in New Zealand, ICCNZ can therefore assist and promote your business in many ways.

Our goals as a member-driven organisation are:

  • Networking - to promote the voluntary and amicable association of business people and organisations involved in trade and associated activities between New Zealand and Italy.
  • Informative Services - the ICCNZ seeks to provide easy access to information for its members on trade, investment and business opportunities in New Zealand and Italy and provide support in the initiation of business relations.
  • Events - throughout the year the ICCNZ organizes several events, some of which have a cultural or traditional focus, whilst others are more business-oriented. 

Our members come from a diverse group of industries and membership is available to every company and individual involved in business relations between Italy and New Zealand.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand, is to stimulate, facilitate and foster trade, investment and opportunities between New Zealand and Italy and to encourage joint ventures and the exchange of knowledge by acting as a catalyst for the commercial energies of both countries.