The Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Dobrich is an autonomous non-governmental organisation established to support local entrepreneurial activities and to enhance regional economic development and prosperity. The chamber’s main goals include the encouragement of international trade and investment as well as serving as a reliable representative of its local members at the national and international level.
There are currently around 200 members of the chamber, consisting of both private and public companies in the region of Dobrich.

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Dobrich offers its members and external clients a comprehensive portfolio of consultation and information services, including: trade register entries, certification of official documentation, information on investment, funding and partnership opportunities, access to international databases, a full package of business services for company missions, international fairs and company presentations, qualification seminars and courses, business planning, market research, specific contracts with foreign companies, legislative (national and European Union law) accounting consultations, translations and legislation services. Built on the foundations of the former EuroInfo Centre, in 2008 the Dobrich Chamber became a regional node within the larger information and consultation network for enterprises established by the European Commission – the Enterprise Europe Network. Within this network the Chamber provides services on innovative development, business co-operation, and participation in national and international programmes to the North East planning region.

The 200 members of the chamber include: electrical construction maintenance and repair companies, manufacturers of construction supplies, a college of technology, engineering and construction companies, agricultural equipment and machinery manufacturers, agricultural producers and others. The chamber supports innovation and research in these companies by providing free advice for its members as well as in the inclusion of databases for business cooperation. The chamber has been involved in projects promoting innovation in the region such as INNOCOOP which aims at training those in the region on innovative methods of collaboration through the internet. It was also a partner in the EURO Dobrudja project which aimed at organising support services and the implementation of business innovation by offering integrated business services.