The Chamber of Commerce comprises a Membership, from which is elected a Council by the Member representatives.
The Membership is composed of Organisations, which may be companies with divisions and branches, or may be individuals who carry out a business on their own, or anywhere in between. (The subscription rate depends on the size of the organisation)
Each Member appoints one representative who may attend meetings, may take on tasks and may make statements and promises on the Member's behalf. The Member may change the appointment of their representative at will, although the Council Secretary should be informed.
At the AGM, the Member representatives elect the Council. The make up of the Council is determined by Constitution, while the number of non-official Council Members may be decided at the AGM.
Four Council Members are termed Officials, because they have special and well-defined duties. They are:
See the Chamber Constitution for more detailed information.