Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce and Industry launches digital communication tools

The Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) has launched its new mobile friendly website,

The website has social media pages on Facebook and LinkedIn in a concerted effort to improve its communication with the Vanuatu private sector, Vanuatu government and other strategic partners.

To ensure all Vanuatu’s business community can access the VCCI’s website content, the online platform is available in all of Vanuatu’s official languages of Bislama, English and French. 

The dynamic new VCCI website is mobile friendly, and features a streamlined, clean design aesthetic with easy to use navigation that makes finding the latest VCCI news and events, business resources and information about the VCCI’s programs and partners super easy. 

“Providing quality communications is key to the right information reaching our business members across Vanuatu. VCCI news and information is now online, in print, on social media and available over the phone and in person at our offices in Port Vila’s business district,” said Ms. Astrid Boulekone, VCCI’s General Manager.

The new VCCI website also showcases regionally Vanuatu’s private sector achievements and initiatives , as well as a range of business programs and initiatives to support and grow Vanuatu’s businesses.

Local communication and marketing businesses Savvy Vanuatu and Lionfish Design Studios were engaged by the VCCI to design and develop the Chamber’s new digital communication tools, and local IT company EBS is providing in-country website hosting. 

“The VCCI is committed to localising our purchasing where ever possible to showcase local businesses’ services and products,” said Ms. Boulekone.

Vanuatu’s business community and strategic partners are encouraged to subscribe to the VCCI’s eNewsletter and LIKE the new Facebook and LinkedIn pages to keep updated with all of VCCI’s initiatives, including strategic programs with Business Link Pacific, Vanuatu’s Young Entrepreneurs Council and the Vanuatu Business Resilience Council.

The VCCI is now revamping it’s customer relationship management systems to improve its systems for keeping in touch with members.

The Australian Government’s Governance for Growth program supported the development of the VCCI’s new digital communications tools. 


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