The CCIG focuses on four framework conditions that make Geneva a business-friendly location:
- Urban planning
On the one hand companies need premises at an affordable cost in well equipped zones and on the other, the Canton must be able to provide accommodation for a larger proportion of its working population (Issue manager: Charles Lassauce);
Essential to industrial production, its availability and cost play a major role in the competitiveness of companies (Issue manager: Nathalie Hardyn).
- Fiscal policy
A competitive tax rate encourages entrepreneurial boldness; with financial resources available to them, companies invest and create jobs (Issue manager: Charles Lassauce) ;
An essential condition for all commercial transactions. Poor mobility increases costs to businesses as well as to individuals (Issue manager: Nathalie Hardyn) .
In addition to these key areas, the Chamber monitors and is active in the following areas :
- Banking and finance
- International trade
- Sustainable development
- Employment and training
- Public finance
- Housing policy
- Air transportation