Hamad Buamim, Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) World Chambers Federation (WCF) has officially launched the World Chambers Competition. The 2021 edition of the Competition will recognise chambers of commerce around the world that are striving to keep their business communities functioning even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is forging ahead with preparations for the 12th and 13th editions of the World Chambers Congress, which will take place in 2021 and 2023 respectively.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services will co-organise the 13th World Chambers Congress, the largest global gathering of chambers of commerce.
The competition to determine which city will co-organise the 13th World Chambers Congress is heating up with four chambers of commerce contending to host the event, when it returns to Europe in 2023.
The 11th World Chambers Congress might be over, but there are still opportunities for chambers and business leaders to take action.
The 11th World Chambers of Congress drew to end in Rio de Janeiro today following three days of engagement on key issues affecting chambers and their respective business communities.
On the final day of the 11th World Chambers Congress, three chambers have been crowned champions of innovation, upon conclusion of the 2019 World Chambers Competition.
Day two of the 11th World Chambers of Congress explored how chambers and business leaders can work together to confront the ever-present threats of corruption and climate change.
Over 1,000 business and chamber delegates from around the world will connect at the Windsor Expo Convention Center in Rio de Janiero for the 11th World Chambers Congress which gets underway today.
The 11th World Chambers Congress taking place in Rio on 12-14 June will explore the ramifications associated with climate change and how business can implement sustainable practices across the global supply chain.