French-Belgian Chamber of Commerce South of France (Back to Chambers overview )


Who we are

The Chamber was founded in 1946 in Marseille as foreign association called Belgian Chamber of Commerce of Marseille. Since 1983 it is an association of French law whose registered office is still in Marseille. Its purpose is to contribute to the development of economic relations between Belgium and France. The commercial representation of Belgium, devolved on the delegates of the Belgian regions, relies on local structures, such as the Chamber, to boost trade between our countries.


Our services

The Chamber receives various delegations of Belgian companies and participates in numerous bilateral events. In order to strengthen the links amongst the economic operators of both countries and to develop a network of professional contacts, the Chamber created, one after the other, five Business Club in Marseille, Montpellier, Avignon, Lyon and Nice (French Riviera).


Our activities

Beside members, any economic operators wishing to export, import or locate can rely on this multi-skilled network.
Five business clubs organise monthly or quarterly meetings allowing companies, ranging from independent to the large SME representatives, to meet, to exchange experiences and to listen to speakers from all disciplines in a friendly atmosphere of valuable information.


Numer of members


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