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.
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International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Brazil earns the ICC National Committee Initiative of the Year prize for an artificial intelligence (AI) tool designed to assist trade negotiations.
After receiving 74 submissions, 16 chambers of commerce are moving on to the final round of the World Chambers Competition. Representing 11 countries, the selected chambers will each have the opportunity to present their innovative initiatives to the global network of chambers attending the 11th edition of the World Chambers Congress in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 12-14 June 2019.
The 2019 edition of the World Chambers Competition organised by the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) World Chambers Federation (WCF), has received a total of 74 entries from 29 countries, the second highest number of projects in the Competition’s 16-year history.
Industry events are a great place for professionals to make connections and showcase the unique value of their offerings. To help maximise your impact during the upcoming World Chambers Congress, we’re bringing you four ways you can make the most out of our much-anticipated three-day event.
In recent months, the world has been hit with an unprecedented number of hurricanes, earthquakes and wildfires—each leaving behind devastating destruction and havoc in their wake. Observing the United Nation’s International Day for Disaster Reduction, we take a look at how chambers of commerce are working to raise awareness of the importance of disaster prevention and protection, and efforts to reduce the number of businesses adversely affected.
Winners of the World Chambers Competition were announced during the concluding gala dinner of the 10th World Chambers Congress on 21 September in Sydney.
The 10th World Chambers Congress concluded in Sydney today. The last day featured plenary sessions on leadership, the world of tomorrow and the 4th industrial revolution as well as an entertainment-filled gala dinner and the announcement of the 2017 World Chambers Competition winners.
More than 1,000 business leaders and Chamber of Commerce members from in excess of 100 countries will descend on Sydney next week for the 10th World Chambers Congress, to be staged at the International Convention Centre from 19-21 September.
Chamber innovation will take centre stage this September, as 18 chambers of commerce from 13 countries move on to the final round of the 2017 World Chambers Competition.