The Kushtia Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) have begun by some young energetic businessman of Kushtia town at the year of 1973. It started with very little arrangement but it has a lot of Dreams. Since that time, this business organization gradually developed and actualized those dreams. Mr. Khalilur Rahman Khalil was the first President of KCCI (1973-1974). Haji Md. Robiul Islam is Current President of kCCI (2014-2020).

Year of Establishment: 1973

Type of members :

    • A Class Member
    • B Class Member
    • Trade Class Member

Total Number of Member bodies:

    • A Class Member – 1402
    • B Class Chamber – 503
    • Trade Class Member – 3

Composition of the Board of Directors:

    • President – 01
    • Senior Vice-President – 01
    • Vice-President – 06
    • Directors – 18


  • To coordinate and promote the interest of its federating units-Chambers of Commerce, Trade and Industrial Association;
  • To aid and stimulate investment, development of trade, commerce, industry, agriculture, tourism, human resources and communication sectors in Bangladesh;
  • To project, encourage and safeguard the cause of the private sector through effective participation in the process of consultation and inter-action with the Government, Ministerial Consultative Committees and other inter-ministerial bodies and agencies;
  • To assist the Chambers of Commerce and Industry and Associations in organizing of Trade and Industry Fairs in different parts of Bangladesh;
  • To collect and disseminate statistical and other information for advancement of trade and industry;
  • To make efforts for the spread of commercial, technical and economic knowledge for promotion of commercial, technical, industrial and scientific education in the country;
  • To study and undertake research for promotion and growth of trade and industry;
  • KCCI is involved in forging strong bilateral ties between and among different countries of the world through counterpart organizations for commercial and economic cooperation;
  • It maintains close relation with Overseas National Chambers of Commerce and other Trade and Industrial Associations including related economic organization;
  • KCCI represents the Private Sector in different permanent committees of the Government and autonomous bodies;
  • KCCI also represents the Private Sector in various Committees and Task Forces on specific issues, constituted by the Government from time to time.