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    TCCIA New Office Location

    Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture(TCCIA) new office location:
    TRIDO Masasani, Kimweri Ave, Dar Es Salaam

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    MoU between NM-AIST and TCCIA.

    Memorandum of Understanding is made between the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology and Tanzania Chamber Of Commerce, Industry & Agriculture.

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    The Tanzania Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture –TCCIA Kilimanjaro Region in collaboration with Kilimanjaro Regional Secretariat and TANTRADE is organizing the 1st Mount Kilimanjaro Festival –MKF 2014.

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    Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) are organizing a special exhibition to mark Standard Day in Tanzania.

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    Stakeholders / Women SMEs group / Women Entrepreneurs Meeting

    Participants attended at Women Entrepreneur Meetings held at Peacock Hotel on Wednesday 24th 2014

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    Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry& Agriculture (TCCIA) in collaboration with United National Volunteers (UNV) and United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) organized Women Entrepreneurs meeting on 24th September at Peacock hotel.


    Welcome to Mbeya International Trade Fair In Mbeya Region at Mkapa Hall – Soko Matola Area.With an objective TO PROMOTE CROSS BORDER TRADE with the overall objective of facilitating the Southern Highlands.TCCIA invites the Business Community to come and showcase their products.

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    ICT-Based Business TRAINING

    ICT-Based Business TRAINING Project Management with Entrepreneurship (PME) TANGA Beach Resort, Tanga, Tanzania 20 – 23 October 2014

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    Brands of China African Showcase 2014

    More opportunities in Brands of China African showcase, for more information please click on www.chinabrandshowafrica.com

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    UN Global Compact in Tanzania under the theme “Sustaining Best Business Practices”

    Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry& Agriculture (TCCIA) in collaboration with …..

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    TCCIA Launches Electronic Certificate of Origin

    TCCIA launched a new service that enables it to issue electronic Certificates of Origin. This Chamber initiative provides unique innovative means of redeeming time and reducing costs in issuance of Certificates of Origin and overall reduce the cost in doing business.

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    Campaign Against Prostate Cancer

    As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) TCCIA in Collaboration with Ocean Road Cancer Institute and your good office needs to create awareness campaign on Prostate cancer.
    The prostate cancer burden has been reduced in developed countries due to existing initiative of early detection and effective treatment. The  same can be also implemented in Tanzania […]

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    Entrepreneurship training for parents of children with cancer at Muhimbili

    TCCIA believes that we have the responsibility to our communities and as part of our commitment to create real value in a changing community, we are to develop and support practices and services that will bring positive change in the private sector.

    As part of TCCIA CSR activities and on the occasion of its 25 th year anniversary TCCIA held the entrepreneurship training, which contributed to the broadening of the participants’ knowledge on how to set up a business.

    The cancers that affect children are generally unique to those that affect adults and the incidence of childhood cancer is 150 in a million worldwide. Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancer currently cause 63 per cent of all disease related deaths worldwide and the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that deaths from NCDs will increase by a further 17 per cent in the next decade. In Africa, that number will jump by 24 per cent. With an estimated population of 41 million people, Tanzania would expect to see as many as 2,300 new cases of childhood cancer each year.

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    The Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry& Agriculture (TCCIA) and the All India Granites & Stone Association (AIGSA) from Bangalore, India yesterday signed cooperation agreement. The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was done at the office of TCCIA in Dar Es Salaam as part of the activities of the India Show that is currently […]

What we do?


In TCCIA we do serve and support business community, Stimulate commercial, industrial and agricultural growth, honors and acknowledges new business developments, Serve members interests and the public as whole, mediate in commercial disputes, disseminate business information, promotes local businesses,plans events and fund raising activities,Surpass on many existing technological advantages to local businesses.


Zimbabwe Internation Trade fair

Tanzania Trade Development  Authority (TanTrade) is organizing Tanzanian participation at the 56th Zimbabwe International Trade fair (ZITF 2015) scheduled take place from 21st to 25th , April 2015 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. ZITF 2015 is multi-sector trade fair that makes it an ideal platform to seek new markets as well as a snapshot of Zimbabwe’s potential and is expected to attract more than 654 exhibitors from various countries and different sectors, providing a unique sales opportunity and networking forum for the business community and other participants that will be attending this International Event.

Interested companies/organization should therefore observe the following conditions:

  1. Prepare good quality products, promotional literature and the export price list.
  2. Designate your officer to promote your product samples at Tanzania stand during the fair or alternatively, you may wish to entrust the TanTrade official with some basic information about your products and let him/her present your company at the fair.
  3. Organization / Companies falling under SME’s should fulfill the following:
    • Should have good quality exportable products.
    • Should have the capacity to supply external market.
    • Should be able to afford of his/her costs associated to their participation. (i.e. accommodation, personal transport and the general up keep while in Zimbabwe)
  4. Organization/companies which do not qualify under SME category and who may wish physically to join the Tanzania’s delegation to the 56th Zimbabwe International Trade fair should contribute T.shs 500,000/= to cover the stand rental and the general administrative costs, while in Zimbabwe.


If companies wish to send some samples only, The Maximum is 5kgs.