The CCB suggests a transformation of Local (Second-Tier) Mayorships into Special Administrative Units, with no legal standing
Government and citizens
The Chamber of Commerce of Bogotá (CCB) fosters institutional strengthening so the capital city, as well as its residents, especially entrepreneurs, are able to face the city's challenges and contribute to the creation of a more positive business environment.
The CCB, based on the knowledge it generates, and on its capacity to articulate public and private stakeholders, the CCB formulates and manages proposals to national, departmental and district public authorities aimed at generating improved conditions for the conduction of entrepreneurial activities.
The CCB supports the modernization of the city's institutional capabilities through actions aimed at strengthening the efficiency, transparency and participation by corporate stakeholders.
Representing civil society and, specifically, the enterprise sector, the CCB builds partnerships with the public sector in order to implement effective actions to foster and promote access to information in order to formulate and implement public policies in accordance with the private sector's needs and expectations.