5 ways ICC celebrated turning 100

ICC celebrates 100 years

Celebrations took place in Paris this week, beginning a year of activities to mark 100 years of the International Chamber of Commerce.

ICC@100: The global workforce of ICC

ICC staff celebrate the organisation's Centenary

The International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Centenary Summit takes place in Paris next week, marking the launch of a series of global celebrations under the theme The Next Century of Global Business. In the lead up to the celebrations, we spoke to the people that have propelled our organisation over the years; ICC employees.

ICC Africa Conference aims to boost adoption of arbitration in the region

ICC Africa Conference

The 4th edition of the ICC Africa Conference on International Arbitration is set to take place in Lagos, Nigeria from 17-19 June. Co-organised by national committee, ICC Nigeria, the annual event aims to create awareness of the strategic importance of arbitration in the dispute resolution process.

ICC Permanent Observer presents nomination letter at UN

Crispin Conroy, Permanent Observer of the International Chamber of Commerce to the United Nations in Geneva, presents his letter of nomination to Michael Møller, Director-General of the UN Office at Geneva

Crispin Conroy, the new Permanent Observer of the International Chamber of Commerce to the United Nations in Geneva, has presented his letter of nomination to Michael Møller, the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva.

ICC@100 Centenary website goes live

2019 ICC 100 Homepage Header

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has unveiled ICC@100, a celebratory website marking the world business organisation’s 100-year anniversary.

International business engagement key to future of trade, ICC Sec Gen

Beautiful View Of Lisbon From The Tagus River

Speaking at a conference on current challenges to global trade in Lisbon this week, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO said business could not afford to sit on the sidelines when it came to global challenges, including reform of the multilateral trade system.