As Australia’s largest and most representative business network we facilitate meaningful conversations between our members and federal government.
Through our network of Chamber and Industry Association members, ACCI represents the largest and smallest businesses in Australia and we’re proud to be their voice, both at home and abroad.
ACCI in the news
What is ACCI?
ACCI combines the benefits of our expansive network with deep policy and advocacy knowledge.
Our rapidly changing world makes clear communication between business and government more important than ever.
ACCI’s work keeps members included in policy discussions and up to date on federal policy issues areas including Economics, Education, Skills and Employment, Health, Sustainability, Trade and International Relations, Tourism, Work Health Safety and Workplace Relations.
What Australian business leaders say
Chemistry Australia represents businesses positioned across the entire value chain, from small family-owned companies to leading national and multinational enterprises. Our members benefit greatly from the platform ACCI has provided through which we’ve been able to network with the highest calibre of politicians and key regulators. Having been members for three decades I can safely say we’ve always come away from ACCI events feeling the value of its membership.
CEO, Chemistry Australia
ACCI supports CCAA with access and engagement to many of the critical public policy issues that we are facing in Australia. Our membership helps us to engage with prominent decision makers and to shape the policies that impact the industries that we represent. It allows us to be part of the solution to some of the key challenges our members are facing today.
CEO, Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia
As a leader in the plumbing industry representing plumbing employers, Master Plumbers values the role ACCI plays in keeping us informed. ACCI is a respected national voice across issues highly relevant to our industry and continues to build this strong credibility by engaging its members in the development and advocacy of policy to government and agencies.
CEO, Master Plumbers' and Mechanical Services Association
Our policy works aims to ensure that Australians have the jobs, living standards and opportunities to which they aspire.
ACCI members represent the largest and smallest businesses in Australia and we’re proud to be their voice, both at home and abroad. Our members help shape policy and speak directly to regulators and government, adding collective strength and a clear business perspective to our dialogue with government.