Winners of the 2015 World Chambers Competition were announced during a gala dinner concluding the 9th World Chambers Congress which took place in Torino last month.
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We’ve now reached the mid-way point of the 9th World Chambers Congress in Torino, Italy.
The 9th World Chambers Congress begins today in Torino, Italy bringing together chamber and business leaders from 109 countries.
With less than 12 days to go to the ICC WCF 9th World Chambers Congress in Torino, the event is shaping up to be another success, with chamber delegations both large and small travelling from destinations around the globe to converge in Torino, Italy.
Less than a month remains to register for the ICC WCF 9th World Chambers Congress and secure participation in this unique gathering set to address topics at the heart of local and international chamber agendas.
An international judging panel of chamber leaders has announced finalists of the 2015 World Chambers Competition.
Representatives of close to 50 least developed countries (LDCs) will have the opportunity to exchange with delegates from chambers of commerce from around the world.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) World Chambers Federation (WCF) has received a record number of innovation and best practice projects for the World Chambers Competition, a prominent feature of the ICC WCF 9th World Chambers Congress to be held in Torino, Italy in June.
With registration now open, the ICC WCF 9th World Chambers Congress is one step closer to you. From 10-12 June 2015, Torino will unite chamber leaders, business representatives, entrepreneurs and experts from all over the world.
Chambers of commerce from around the world now have one month to submit their best projects to the 2015 World Chambers Competition, the biennial event which has become a stellar feature of the ICC WCF World Chambers Congress programme.