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Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry Žilina Regional Chamber (SCCI ZRC) is a public–legal nonprofit institution. Activities are focused on support and protection members when doing business at home and abroad. Membership is voluntary.

Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a member of International Chamber of Commerce in Paris, Eurochambres in Brussels. Chairman of SCCI Mr. Peter Mihok is from 2013 Chairman of ICC World Chambers Federation. SCCI has closed cooperation with other chambers, associations, industry unions and universities. Slovak Chamber of Commerce and Industry has 8 Regional Chambers.

Žilina Regional Chamber represents the small, medium and large firms, promotes the economic development of the city and the whole Žilina region. SCCI Žilina is the largest Regional Chamber of SCCI according to the number of members.

The main activities of Žilina Regional Chamber:

  • Providing assistance to companies in developing activities in Slovakia and abroad
  • Providing business contacts
  • Organization of trade missions to various European countries and to the world
  • Presentation of companies at exhibitions and fairs
  • Receiving business missions from abroad
  • Verification of certificates of origin of goods
  • Issuing ATA Carnets
  • Implementation of EU projects, transborder cooperation

Within of SCCI works Section of Professional, Further and Lifelong Education with a nationwide scope based in Žilina. There are 125 members in this section which are secondary vocational schools and educational institutions.

The main activities of the education section:

  • Cooperation with the Ministry of Education, self-government, unions, employers in order to coordinate vocational education and training with the labor market
  • Recognizing of prepared laws in the vocational education and training
  • Cooperation on final and graduate examinations at secondary schools
  • Submitting SCCI certificates to the best students
  • National competition of professional knowledge and practical skills of secondary school students in the field of engineering, electrical engineering and business academy
  • Education - seminars, workshops, conferences (economic, financial, transport, priority of TEN-T, …)


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [content] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


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Project Coordination

Prof. Dr. Kristof De Witte
Prof. Dr. Oliver Holz

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Prof. Dr. Kristof De Witte & Prof. Dr. Oliver Holz
Naamsestraat 69, 3000 Leuven