ICC and its World Chambers Federation (WCF) have announced finalists of the 2021 World Chambers Competition. The 16 shortlisted chambers will present their pioneering initiatives during the 12th World Chambers Congress, which is set to take place in Dubai from 23-25 November.
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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.
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.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry with the support of ICC’s World Chambers Federation (WCF) has released a report on the preparedness of chambers of commerce to adapt their services in the face of COVID-19.
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.
In an overwhelming show of support from the global business community, more than 450 chambers across the world have joined the Chambers Climate Coalition in the first weeks after its launch.
The 11th World Chambers Congress might be over, but there are still opportunities for chambers and business leaders to take action.
In its capacity as UNFCCC Focal Point for Business and Industry, ICC will bring a business perspective to the UN Climate Change Conference
The UN Climate Change Conference will take place in Bonn, Germany, from 17-27 June 2019 and ICC will be on the ground to bring a business perspective to the negotiations and advocate for higher climate ambition.
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.