NCCI increases its membership in 2013

13 Feb 2014 13:50pm
ONGWEDIVA, 13 FEB (NAMPA) – The membership of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) Northern Branch increased from 996 to 1 326 during the course of last year.
The chairperson of the branch, Tomas Iindji announced this while addressing leaders of the NCCI satellite branches in northern Namibia during their first annual meeting held at Ongwediva in the Oshana Region on Wednesday.
Iindji said the northern NCCI branch’s revenue also increased to N.dollars 8,2 million within the operational cost budget of N.dollars 7,6 million. The revenue is collected through membership fees, donor funds and money collected from branch-organised functions.
Iindji indicated that the net financial position of his branch remains strong, as it has about N.dollars 586 537 in its bank account.
“This year is also looking positive with about 25 per cent member renewal subscriptions already received,” he noted.
He used the platform to encourage NCCI leaders in northern Namibia to work hard to achieve 100 per cent member renewals by the end of June 2014.
Iindji told his audience that 2013 had been a busy and successful year for his branch, adding that the NCCI Northern Branch was also able to serve its members better last year.
The NCCI Northern Branch has various satellite branches at towns such as Ongwediva, Oshakati, Ondangwa, Helao Nafidi, Omuthiya, Ruacana, Okahao, Oshikuku and Okalongo.