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Congolese Chamber of Commerce in Ireland (CCCIRL)

The Congolese Chamber of Commerce in Ireland (CCCIRL) was founded in January 2019 by Fiston P. Kiangata, as the founder of Congolese origin with other Congolese Entrepreneurs who have found in their community a strong desire to have a structure meeting their needs; to consult and interact with professionals, business’ people, entrepreneurs, self-employed workers, and community leaders.

A non-partisan and non-profit organization, the Congolese Chamber of Commerce in Ireland is a network of Irish Congolese professionals, entrepreneurs, self-employed of Congolese origin.


Our project was born from a simple idea:


1. Ireland and the DR Congo both countries offer diverse elements on their own rights and as Congolese living in Ireland, it is our aim to take advantage and to build a bridge on a basis of today's global economy.

2. To demonstrate to our Congolese and Western partners that the DRC is full of opportunities that only need to find takers in different sectors.

However.  these opportunities cannot be identified without a framework, They require knowledge of local specificities.

On the basis of these outlined points, that we are trying to offer to our members.


What We Do

Congolese Chamber of Commerce in Ireland (CCCIRL)


The Congolese Chamber of Commerce in Ireland (CCCIRL) is a member of the New Communities Partnership in partnership with NCP



  • To facilitate a large network of Irish-Congolese businesses in Ireland

  • To Build a bridge between Ireland and the DRC


  • To promote the interests of Irish-Congolese community in Ireland

  • Being the first choice for strategic support for Irish businesses investing in the DRC


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