The Chamber of Commerce of Bogotá is an institution that has left its mark in the development of the city and the region and its history, closely linked to the economic, political, social, and cultural events of this capital; it dates back to the year 1878, when a group of visionaries comprised of José Manuel Restrepo, Ramón del Corral, José Camacho Roldán and Jorge Holguín, set out to foster the creation of companies, defend the interests of the city's business owners and entrepreneurs, and to become an advisory body and government consultant.
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The purpose of the CCB: “We serve collectively with the purpose of having more and better entrepreneurs and companies, thereby reaching a more prosperous and equitable society in Bogotá and the Region”.
The principles of the CCB are: prosperity, shared value, and governance.
Prosperity: a state of growing and inclusive well-being achieved through the abundant and well-balanced creation of public and private goods and services, for all of the community.
Shared value: enterprise practices which increase business competitiveness, while improving social, environmental and economic conditions in the communities they operate in.
Governance: the ability by different stakeholders to work in a collaborative fashion, in order to manage their own development.