About the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce
We always demand and recommend policies—not favors—that benefit the broad spectrum of our members, the private sector; firms and entrepreneurs.
Our Mission
To foster sustainable business growth and development of our members through strong leadership, strategic advocacy and innovative services while enabling them to positively impact their communities.
Our Values
We are the driving force for sustainable business and community prosperity in St. Lucia.
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Result Oriented
Always looking for new ways to help you succeed.
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Accountability
Working hard to make sure that the private sector is represented.
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Inclusiveness
Safe, collaborative and inclusive environment for members to thrive.
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Integrity
Committed to transparency and honesty.
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Member Oriented
Improving your business and your network.
The St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry & Agriculture have worked together internally on multiple levels to continously maintain the high standards and meet the demands of members and business activity in St. Lucia.
Our Team
Karen Fontenelle-Peter
President
Jonathan Johannes
1st Vice President
Jason King
2nd Vice President
Martin Dorville
Immediate Past President
Brian Louisy
Executive Director
Trevor Louisy
Director
Cheryl Renwick
Director
Ross Gardner
Director
Rhon Stephen
Director
Dr Alison Gajadhar
Director
Gilbert Fontenard
Director
Margurite Desir
Director
Sumitra Jagroop-Leo
Membership Development Officer
Stacy Maurille
Program Officer
Odilia Pierre
Administrative Assistant
Cyrillia Lucien
Office Assistant
Mishma Anderson
SLYBT Program Officer
Agnella Joseph
Junior Achievement Executive Director
Samantha Augustin
Junior Achievement Program Officer
Fabian Issac
Coordinator SLYBT
Marketing, Public Relations & Fund Raising Committee
Karen Fontenelle-Peter
President
Cheryl Renwick
Director
Ross Gardner
Director
Rhon Stephen
Director
Dr Alison Gajadhar
Director
Leslie Collymore
Rankin Morgan
Membership And Services Committee
Ross Gardner
Director
Rhon Stephen
Director
Dr Alison Gajadhar
Director
Gilbert Fontenard
Director
Margurite Desir
Director
Law And Order Committee
Martin Dorville
Immediate Past President
Brian Louisy
Executive Director
Sumitra Jagroop-Leo
Membership Development Officer
Andre Lewis
Irvin Springer
Jeannine Henry
Anselm Mathurin
Wayne Charlery
George Nicholas
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The minister
I wish to applaud the Chamber for its work over the years, through its various programmes aimed at boosting the performance and survivability of its members.
Emma Hippolyte
Minister of Commerce, Industry, Enterprise Development and Consumer Affairs
President of SLCCIA
Throughout this year, my third year of an unusual term, the main focus has been how does our Chamber assist our members to adapt, how do we help them operate and can we, working with Government, set a basis for them to thrive.
Karen Fontenelle-Peter
President
Executive Director of SLCCIA
During the last year as Executive Director, my team and I worked to help members “Adapt, Operate and Thrive” in an ever changing COVID-19 environment.
Brian Louisy
Executive Director
Networking & Communication
Our advocacy seeks to generate open discussion of recommendations and facilitate improved coordination of long-term interests. Our advocacy always involves dialogue, not quarreling or grand standing. We seek to persuade others of our perspective and we offer solutions. We always wish to advance convergence, mutual understanding, and relationships with officials who we hope are willing to listen.
Plan Approach
Seek members views and interests on subject
Build members knowledge & awareness on the issue
Attempt to arrive at a chamber position or approach
Identify lead advocate
At least two members of advocacy committee required
Lead advocate secures input from others
Objective of meeting need to be identified and agreed upon
Specific topics may be assigned to team members
Performance must be reviewed
Communicate efforts to board, members and public
Frequently asked questions
Where is the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce located?

The St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture is located at Orange Park Commercial Building, 1st Floor, Bois D’Orange, Gros Islet.

Is the chamber of commerce part of the government?

While most chambers work closely with government, they are not part of government  

What are the benefits of being in the chamber of commerce?

Advocating on behalf of members with the public sector. Increased visibility and credibility. Business training and education information sharing and networking.

What is the main purpose of the chamber of commerce?

A chamber of commerce is an organization of business owners and entrepreneurs who promote the interests of their local business community. Chambers of commerce provide access to valuable resources, discounts, and relationships that help businesses save money and market their products.

What powers does the chamber of commerce have?

Chambers of Commerce will act to promote public policies that are in the best interest of business, in general. Specific Chambers of Commerce may also attempt to promote policies that serve specific industries or geographic locations.

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