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Ten ICC tweets to celebrate Twitter’s 10th anniversary

  • 21 March 2016
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Happy #10thanniversary Twitter! Here are ten memorable ICC tweets you should definitely retweet on our favourite 140-character social media platform.

1. TFA: A victory for the global economy

Following several months of intense campaigning to encourage leaders back to the negotiating table to complete the deal, ICC hailed the breakthrough on the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement as an important milestone for the global economy.

2. Business education 2.0

ICC launched its new online classroom for business professionals, @TheICCAcademy – providing millions of business professionals and students around the globe with access to a new standard in business education.

3. ICC Secretary General joins Twitter and takes your questions
A passionate social networker, @JohnDanilovich discussed the role of business in tackling climate change in 140 characters during the Climate Group’s Business and Climate Summit Twitter web chat. Are you following John on Twitter?

4. Hashtag #BusinessClimate goes viral

The #BusinessClimate Summit 2015 saw an unprecedented mobilization of 25 worldwide business networks led by the International Chamber of Commerce representing over 6.5 million companies from more than 130 countries, all pledging to lead the global transition to a low-carbon economy.

5. ICC campaigns for a more #sustainable world

Ahead of the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit, over 80 ICC employees personally committed to supporting one of the 17 #GlobalGoals to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and fix climate change.

6. Happy Birthday WTO!

The World Trade Organization celebrated its 20th anniversary, marking 20 years of cooperation and close dialogue with the world business organization.

7. Have you met… Joe ?

In advance of the 2015 #G20 leaders’ summit, John Danilovich looked at the need for world leaders to take urgent action to support SME growth… and introduced us to Joe, ICC’s favourite SME owner.

8. Welcome to Miami

With 571 participants from 41 countries, the 2015 #ICCMiami conference lived up to its reputation as a key forum for understanding international commercial #arbitration in Latin America and saw an unprecedented engagement by participants on social media.

9. How we made history at #COP21

As the lead business representative to the United Nations climate talks, ICC mobilized business leaders from around the world to call for a robust and ambitious deal at #COP21… and governments delivered just that on 12 December 2015.

10. #OurClimate, or how do you picture climate change

The ICC Photographic Award 2015, an official COP21 event, celebrated artistic skill and outstanding photography with over 1,000 photo submissions from participants in 40 countries.

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