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          Register now for the ICC WCF 8th World Chambers Congress!

          • Paris, 01 August 2012

          Registration for the ICC WCF 8th World Chambers Congress is now open and chamber representatives worldwide are encouraged to register now to receive a 20-40% early bird discount.

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          Held from 22-25 April 2013, the unique international forum will gather chamber and business leaders from more than 100 countries to develop and strengthen partnerships, exchange best practice, and network with members. Chamber leaders will also be joined by a peer from each of the world’s 48 least developed countries, thanks to the support of the Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry

          Under the theme “Opportunities for All”, the 8th World Chambers Congress will feature dynamic plenary sessions and interactive working sessions on topics at the heart of a chamber’s local and international agenda. These include SMEs and the world economy, education and unemployment, women in business, and youth entrepreneurship.

          The World Chambers Competition, one of the most popular Congress sessions promises new excitement with the inclusion of an additional fifth category.

          Returning to the Africa – Middle East region, the 2013 gathering marks the first Congress visit to the MENA region, providing opportunities for all. The Congress is not only an ideal occasion to develop new business opportunities with Qatar and the region’s leading companies, but also to promote worldwide trade and investment opportunities with delegates’ respective countries, regions and business communities..

          The Congress will also feature the ICC Business World Trade Agenda Summit, to take place on the 22 April 2013. All delegates are invited to participate in the Summit, which aims to make recommendations on business priorities for a 21st century agenda for world trade.

          Register online today and take advantage of a special early-bird promotion!

          Click here to register.

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