Bringing the world together for commerce.

The World is a marketplace with great opportunities for the dreamers. 

The World Investors Confluence was conceptualised by the Indian Chamber of Commerce, to promote commerce in alliance with the embassies of participating countries along with the support of the Government and their respective trade associations.

WIC aims at increasing trade, investment and developmental activities across countries by building Global Strategic Alliances. It promotes multi lateral trade between countries and sets the ground for new cross-border partnerships. It will bring together Diplomats, Union & State Ministers, Bureaucrats, Investors, Senior Government Officials, Corporate Houses and decision-makers from businesses - both India & abroad to deliberate upon the investment opportunities in the countries, as well as discuss on the scope for collaboration/ partnership between businesses through exchange of knowledge and services.


26 August 2020

With focus on sectors like Capital Goods, Healthcare, Agriculture & Food processing and Wealth Management services, ICC organised the India Japan Business Forum on 26th August 2020 through an online webinar in alliance with the Embassy of Japan in New Delhi and Embassy of India in Tokyo.


The Forum witnessed the presence of Diplomats, Union & State Ministers, Bureaucrats, High profile delegation of 500+ companies from Japan, Industrialists, Senior Corporate Leaders and Investors to deliberate upon the investment opportunities in India as well as discuss on the scope for collaboration between businesses through exchange of knowledge and services.

Click here to see more on the program and it's success stories. 

ICC Theme for the Year

The Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has always been focused on building the Goodwill for India as we progress towards creating newer ties with Ministries and Industries around the world.  With our renewed vision for the Indian Economy in the post COVID-19 era, ICC aims to bring the Trading nations together while empowering & strengthening the local businesses to address the demands from within, as well as outside the nation. 

The logo is inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s Charkha. The wheel, which spun history, is a symbol of economic growth, interdependence and revolution. It seamlessly syncs with ICC’s ideology of anticipating needs and challenges of the future and preparing the stakeholders in the economy to benefit from those opportunities. In short, collaborative efforts to succeed, grow and shape a brighter future. 

The orange form indicates ‘out of the box’ approach to challenges and visionary thinking.