The Eastern Assam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EACCI), the region’s oldest Chamber, inaugurated its new office in Dibrugarh on Sunday, where it announced a series of initiatives aimed at driving economic growth and prosperity in the Northeast. Since its establishment in 1934, the EACCI with its head office in Dibrugarh has been diligently serving the needs and concerns of the state’s business community.
The inauguration of the EACCI’s new office took place at the DDA Commercial Building complex on AT Road and was attended by EACCI president Ashok Dhanuka, general secretary Subir Kejriwal and other office bearers. Also present were Saikat Patra, chairman of the Dibrugarh Municipal Board (DMB) and Ashim Hazarika, chairman of the Dibrugarh Development Authority (DDA).
During the event, the Chamber reaffirmed its commitment to advocate for the rights and concerns of the state’s business community. By creating a favourable business environment and safeguarding their interests, the EACCI aims to drive economic progress in the region.
Recognising the significance of collaboration, the Chamber emphasised the need to enhance its engagement with various government bodies. This collaborative effort seeks to establish effective channels of communication and cooperation, ensuring that the business community’s voice is heard and their concerns are promptly addressed.
Infrastructure development emerged as a key priority for the Chamber, as it called for modern infrastructure in the region. By promoting the establishment of cutting-edge facilities, transportation networks, and utilities, the EACCI aims to improve the ease of doing business and attract investments to the area.
Moreover, the Chamber pledged to raise awareness about government schemes aimed at driving economic growth. By disseminating information about these schemes, the EACCI aims to empower entrepreneurs and businesses to seize the available opportunities.
In an ever-evolving business landscape, the Chamber also committed to keeping the business community informed about the latest advancements in technology, market trends and regulatory changes. The knowledge-sharing initiative will equip local businesses with the tools to adapt and thrive in the competitive marketplace.