The 10th World Chambers Congress got underway in Sydney, Australia today bringing together over 1,000 chamber and business leaders from 100 countries for discussion on some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
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Global Goals Week takes place from 18-24 September during the opening of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City. But 10,000 miles away in Sydney, Australia, the 10th World Chambers Congress is making sure that participants get to be part of the Global Goals Week action too.
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.
Speaking on a panel on Boosting Economic Cooperation in BRICS counties at the recent St Petersburg International Economic Forum, World Chambers Federation Chair Peter Mihok urged BRICS stakeholders to ensure the active engagement of chambers of commerce and their business communities, in key BRICS dialogue and projects.
Chamber and business leaders from all four corners of the globe are gearing up to attend the largest chamber event of the year, the World Chambers Congress. The biennial forum—set to take place from 19-21 September in Sydney—will examine contemporary issues within the global business landscape, promote result-oriented innovation and provide a platform for the exchange of knowledge and expertise.
With a 4 May deadline rapidly approaching, there are only a few days left to participate in the prestigious World Chambers Competition. The unique award programme is designed to acknowledge and reward chambers of commerce for their innovative efforts to strengthen their respective communities.
Having competed against two other chambers of commerce, the Brazilian Confederation of Trade and Business Associations (CACB) has been named co-organiser of the 2019 World Chambers Congress. The winning bid seals the destiny of the 11th edition of the global chambers forum, which will be held in Rio de Janeiro.
Today marks the official one-year countdown to the 10th World Chambers Congress (WCC). Organised by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) World Chambers Federation (WCF) and the Sydney Business Chamber (SBC), the next edition of the first-class chamber and business networking event will take place in Sydney, Australia from 19-21 September 2017.
The bidding to co-organize the 11th World Chambers Congress has officially begun. Held every two years in a different region of the world, the Congress will return to the Americas for its 2019 edition.