The Chamber of Commerce of Quito, also known as the Cámara de Comercio de Quito, is the official chamber of commerce for Ecuador's capital city, Quito. The site lists member businesses, upcoming events, and recent news. The chamber's services, including legal, economic, and foreign trade advice, are also detailed on the site.

The Central Bank of Ecuador, also known as Banco Central del Ecuador, is the institution driving the dollarization campaign of the Ecuadorian economy. The institution aims to lower inflation, implement sustainable government finances, and achieve economic growth. The website provides information about the bank itself, its products and services, and the economy of Ecuador.

The economy page of El Universo, an online Ecuadorian news source, provides a variety of current business news.

The Ministry of Trade, or Ministerio de Comercio Exterior, is tasked with enhancing the country's trade sector and providing information for individuals interested in trade. The website includes information on the ministry, its programs and services, international agreements, and recent news. The website is only available in Spanish.

The National Institute of Statistics and Census, also known as Instituto Nacional de Estadistica y Censos (INEC), provides statistical data on population, censuses, consumer price indexes, producer price indexes, and other demographic and economic data. The INEC website contains information about the institute, its services, publications, and various forms of statistical data. The website is only available in Spanish.

Presidencia de la República del Ecuador is the official website for the president of Ecuador. The site includes basic information on the president, different branches of the government, and links to the various other government agencies serving Ecuador. The website is only available in Spanish.

The Stock Exchange of Quito, also known as Bolsa de Valores de Quito, is charged with continuing Ecuador's economic advancement. It provides information on financial institutions and services within the country and acts to maintain and improve the financial market. Only available in Spanish.

The Telecommunications Regulatory and Control Agency, also known as Agencia de Regulacion y Control de las Telecomunicaciones (ARCOTEL), is the body that regulates telecommunications in Ecuador, which includes managing the radio spectrum. ARCOTEL creates policies and regulations that are then implemented by the Ministry of Telecommunications. ARCOTEL also grants licenses to operators and promotes high competition within their regulatory framework. Its site contains information about the council itself, its programs and services, and recent news. 

The Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Society, also known as Ministerio de Telecomunicaciones y de la Sociedad de la Información (MINTEL), regulates telecommunications and information technology in Ecuador, among other fields. MINTEL implements policies for operators to comply with, advises operators, promotes competition, and ensures efficient and quality products. The site contains information about the ministry, its programs and services, related publications, and recent news. 

The Ecuadorian Civilian Space Agency (EXA) is in charge of the administration and execution of the Ecuadorian Civilian Space Program. They conduct scientific research on planetary and space sciences and push forward the development of science in the educational system in Ecuador. The EXA website contains information about the space program and its history, missions, astronauts, satellites, and services the agency provides.