The 13th World Chambers Congress in Geneva, 21-23 June 2023

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Mark your Calendar: the countdown for the 13th World Chambers Congress has begun

The 13th World Chambers Congress, co-organised with the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services will gather delegates under the topics of multilateralism, governance, and peace.

“Achieving shared prosperity through multilateralism”

International issues are increasingly addressed by a wide range of actors. In addition to international organisations and governments, stakeholders from the business world, and particularly chambers of commerce, or cities and regions come together to solve the problems of society.

The concentration of all the above has made Geneva a hub of multilateral negotiation, the goal of which is to channel the energies, the skills, the creativity for a greater good, which will profit communities across the globe. “Achieving shared prosperity through multilateralism”: this is what the Geneva Chamber of Commerce is set to explore during the 13th World Chambers Congress it will have the honour of hosting in 2023.

Organised by ICC and its World Chambers Federation, the World Chambers Congress is the largest and the only international forum that enables chamber leaders and professionals to share best-practices, exchange insights, develop networks, address the latest business issues affecting their communities and learn about new areas of innovation from chambers around the world. More about international organizations HERE.

WCC over the years, and more:

Held every two years in a different region of the world, the Congress provides unparalleled opportunities to connect and strengthen relations with a diverse and international group of individuals representing more than 120+ countries. It is a valuable and dynamic forum facilitating the exchange of real-world ideas and best practices on both chamber and business activities and it has been growing ever since its launch in 1999.

World Chambers Competition: 

🏆  The World Chambers Competition that started in 2003 is an integral part of the World Chambers Congress. It aims to identify and appreciate innovative projects by Chambers and idealise them, so that chambers across the globe can try and learn from them.

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