- Video Conferencing.
- Promote and market local products.
1. Contribute in the preparation of economic and marketing studies in collaboration with specialized local institutions.
2. Hold business meetings for members in specific centers.
3. Develop training programs and conduct workshops that are consistent with the needs of the members.
4. Study the local investment climate and advise on investment opportunities.
5. Provide specialized consulting services.
6. Enable businesspeople to introduce modern management techniques.
7. Provide technical consultancies on web pages.
8. Prepare economic bulletins.
The Center, in collaboration with BCCI's departments and centers, works to support and develop projects of women members in the Center and others through the provision of the following services:
1. Organize training courses and workshops in several areas of interest to businesswomen.
2. Arrange the participation of businesswomen in the local and international exhibitions and conferences.
3. Provide consulting services for the development of work of the businesswomen.
4. Assist in the understanding of the market and in the development of businesswomen products to fit with the needs of the market.
5. Conduct studies and researches in the areas that specialize in the works of businesswomen.
6. Sort out the various activities and events that aim at integrating women and businesswomen in business and society.
7. Involve women and businesswomen in all activities and events of BCCI.
8. Arrange to the women and businesswomen benefit from the services of the other departments of BCCI.
BCCI offers a number of its halls for the use of its members, institutions and trade unions to hold meetings and organize conferences & seminars.
2. Organize and participate in the organization of many economic & social activities in the various occasions and holidays, such as: The Olive Festival, The Holidays' Festival, The Yacht Med Festival in Italy, and other activities that promote local craft & industrial products that reflect the social responsibility of the Chamber towards the society.
3. Provide and circulate information: This service is geared to individuals, institutions and local and foreign official bodies that address the Chamber for information. These applications revolve around the following topics:
3.1 Statistics and figures about some of the economic indicators in the Bethlehem Governorate.
3.2 Information about:
- Local and international exhibitions.
- Import and export procedures.
- Companies produce certain goods in certain countries for the purpose of import.
- A list of the members of the General Assembly in the Chamber.
4. Hold specialized sectoral meetings and make recommendations to the concerned authorities.
5. Provide investment ideas for potential investors.
6. Provide legal consultation to the members of BCCI on Saturdays from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Trade Promotion Center Services
The Center works on providing several qualitative services to members, which aim to promote and market the products of the Bethlehem Governorate. These services include:
1. Promote local products through displaying samples of them in the permanent exhibition, where local delegations; school students, some local visitors and foreign delegations
call for a tour.
2. Issue business cards to the participants in the exhibition to facilitate the promotion of their products abroad.
3. Issue specialized introductory bulletins, brochures and catalogs to promote the local industry.
4. Organize specialized training courses that aim to increase the awareness of members on various economic topics, as well as specialized workshops to improve management within the companies and local enterprises.
5. Organize, manage and sponsor exhibitions as well as of trade missions to strengthen trade and business relations.
6. Organize specialized promotional festivals and local exhibitions to promote local products.
7. Train fresh graduates to enhance their professional.
8. Encourage and facilitate domestic and international investment
Services provided by Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce and Industry to the business community:
1. Preparation of certificates of origin for exporting locally manufactured goods abroad.
2. Authentication of various commercial guarantees (judicial, damage and loss, employees, educational).
3. Issuance of partner/member/employee certificates for applying for a business permit and visa for entry into various world countries.
4. Preparation and authentication of personal identification and professional practice certificates for renewing the Palestinian passport.
5. Handling transactions for the Jordanian passport.
6. Authentication of members' stamps and signatures on various certificates.
7. Organization of workshops focusing on various economic sectors.
8. Organization of meetings for businessmen and women, fostering networking among them and with local and international institutions.
9. Assistance to General Assembly members in obtaining ISO 9001:2015 certification and implementing governance systems.
10. Promote local products through the electronic platform and websites, showcasing them in the permanent exhibition, and conducting campaigns.
11. Consultation and participation in formulating and amending laws with official authorities to meet the private sector's demands.
12. Provision of General Assembly members with all available local and international economic data, statistics, and studies.
13. Organization of trade missions to contribute to opening new markets and encouraging trade exchanges.
14. Provision of the chamber's halls and facilities for General Assembly members and non-members to execute various activities.
15. General Assembly members' access to financial discounts from economic and health facilities through signed agreements.
16. Organization of training courses based on the training needs of General Assembly members.
17. Organization of training courses to build the capacities of businesswomen and workshops in various areas relevant to business owners.
18. Provision of economic and legal consultancy services and preparation of preliminary studies.
19. Arbitration and resolution of trade disputes between General Assembly members and external entities.
20. Contribution to corporate social responsibility campaigns.
21. Identification of obstacles and challenges faced by General Assembly members in various economic sectors, determining their needs, proposing suitable solutions, and assisting in overcoming these obstacles in collaboration with relevant official entities.
22. Assistance to General Assembly members in sourcing goods, services, and raw materials from different countries.
23. Organization of General Assembly members' participation in local and international exhibitions.