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Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts (Vilnius CCIC) is a network of Lithuanian business representatives and community that unites over 500 Lithuanian companies from different business sectors.

Vilnius CCIC together with Alytus and Ukmergė branches is the largest organization joining the business community in Lithuania, operating in accordance with the Law on the Commerce, Industry and Crafts of the Republic of Lithuania.



With the help of modern management, technologies and worker competencies, the Chamber strives to become one of the most advanced, strongest and most successful business communities in Lithuania, whose main goals are:

• to strengthen the competitiveness of enterprises;
• improve the business environment;
• to assemble and strengthen the business community;
• to create a cohesive and harmonious society.

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  • Prosper BSR project was presented at Land a Job in Vilnius 3.0, a career fair for international talents

    May 11, 2023

    Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts currently implements the project Prosper BSR that empowers business support organizations to integrate refugees and immigrants into labour markets and ensure access to skilled workforce at the same time.

  • Ukrainians are Motivated Workers says Lithuanian employer Varėnos pienelis

    April 5, 2023

    Currently, there are 74,6 thousand Ukrainian refugees in Lithuania, according to Lithuanian statistics: War refugees from Ukraine. Based on data from Lithuanian Employment Service, since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, more than 21 thousand Ukrainians have been employed in all municipalities of Lithuania, and almost every third in Vilnius. The Ukrainians who have …

  • Vilnius CCIC president meets with the Ukrainian Ambassador to Lithuania

    On April 4th by the invitation of Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, the Ukrainian Ambassador to Lithuania, Petro Beshta, met with the Chamber president Sigitas Leonavičius.

  • Social Responsibility as Part of Reciprocal Trade-Off

    According to Lithuanian Statistics, over 75,000 Ukrainians have arrived in Lithuania since the beginning of the war in Ukraine. After receiving temporary shelter, the main issue for the Ukrainians has been how to make a living. Responsible businesses in Lithuania have stepped up to help the refugees, including Supergarden, a producer of freeze-dried berries, spices and vegetables.

  • Full line-up for Vilnius International Film Festival and Meeting Point Vilnius announced: Strong Wave of Fresh Lithuanian Talent and Spotlight on Audiences (March 16-26)

    March 29, 2023

    VILNIUS, March 15, 2023. The Vilnius International Film Festival (VIFF) launches on March 16 with a particularly strong line-up of Lithuanian films and continued support for Ukrainian filmmakers, including the one-of-a-kind surprise film A LETTER TO UKRAINE (above) that is a joint, voluntary project of the Lithuanian film community.

  • Follow up after Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts’ Business Mission to Egypt

    March 27, 2023

      On March 4-10 Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts organized a Lithuanian business mission to Egypt. Eight SMEs from the education, consulting and training, IT, packaging, food industry, transport and logistics sectors joined. Meetings with Egyptian entrepreneurs in Cairo, Ismailia, and Alexandria revealed a significant interest among Egyptians in European markets. Meanwhile, Lithuanian …

  • CREATIVE INDUSTRIES. Armenian Film Director – the MPV Award Winner

    Creative Industries Consortia joined forces with Vilnius City Film Festival KINO PAVASARIS which almost fifteen years now, has been organizing the international film industry event Meeting Point—Vilnius (MPV). Working as a platform for discovering and nurturing the most talented filmmakers across Europe, the event also creates a close network of audiovisual industries on the Old Continent – from the Baltics to the Balkans, from the Caucasus to the Western regions. It was a perfect match for EU4Business: Connecting Companies STUDY VISITS activity.

  • Prosper BSR project aims to provide assistance to refugees with a workplace

    February 28, 2023

    By the end of 2022 Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts joined as a partner in the Interreg Baltic Sea region project Prosper BSR. The idea of the “Prosper BSR” project was born in 2022 in October, when there was a need to help refugees with a workplace from Ukraine and at the same time solve the problem of the lack of qualified workers in many EU countries.

  • EU4Business: Connecting Companies project New Activities

    February 23, 2023

    Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts together with partners, Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Georgian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Armenia, curates Creative Industries sector within the Eurochambres project EU4Business: Connecting Companies. The project aims to develop and strengthen cooperation between SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) and BSOs (Business Support Organizations) of the EU member states and the Eastern partner countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine. EU4BCC: Creative Industries Consortium Conference “Creative Solutions in Challenging Times” took place in Tbilisi, Georgia last year.

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Vilnius Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts (Chamber) provides its members with a wide range of services. Every year, a large number of business training and seminars are organized, quarterly, in cooperation with the members of the Chamber, “Chamber News” is published on various business topics. Learn more….


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