We focus primarily on national, regional and international SMME issues that affect the small business in one way or the other.
As the organiser of ICT SMMEs, the Chamber assists members in writing and making policy or regulatory submissions, planning and preparing responses to tenders, engaging and negotiating with third-party stakeholder, all for the benefit of our members specifically and the general ICT SMME sector.
Members benefit from one or any number of the Chamber services, products and projects. These include access to market, networking opportunities, Research sharing and Knowledge exchange, Seminars and roundtables, enterprise skills and development opportunities, hackathons and Masterclasses, just to mention a few.
Entrepreneurs are also encouraged to participate in either developing or implementing the Chamber programmes and projects under the auspices of the Chamber, of course. This work is undertaken and overseen by task teams and workgroups, each with a Head and some with committees.
Key task teams and workgroups of the Chamber are organised around Policy and Regulatory, Research and Knowledge Exchange, ESD Workgroup, the WOAN, the ICT SMME Business Efficacy Measure Tool (BEM-T), the Networks Build Task Team, Funding and Treasury, etc. It is a condition of memberships that everyone must be active and serve in one of the committees, task teams, workgroups or ad hoc committees of the Chamber.