ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group
The ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group helps launch the 2015 B20 Turkey process in Istanbul. Catch the highlights
ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group prepares for the next B20 Turkey Summit in November 2015
ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group unveils business policy priorities at B20 Summit, 16-18 July 2014
Marcus Wallenberg, Chairman of the ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group
ICC Secretary General John Danilovich at the B20 Turkey launch
Jeffrey Hardy, Director of the ICC G20 Advisory Group at the Pre-Summit conference
Richard Goyder, Australia's B20 business leader and ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group member, addresses the crowd at the B20 Summit in Sydney.
Regional Consultation Forum - Jeddah (Picture Credit - B20 Turkey)
Ali Babacan and Jeffrey Hardy at the B20 regional policy consultation at Jeddah
ICC G20 CEO Advisory Group
ICC established the G20 CEO Advisory Group to effectively target G20 policy development on a global scale. The group's aim is to establish an enduring, legitimate voice of global business, to be recognized as the primary source of business expertise on the global policy agenda.
ICC Energy Priorities for G20: The ICC G20 CEO
Advisory Group provides recommendations to G20 leaders that account for the
vast scale and long time frames required for energy investments.
ICC Global Survey of Business Policy Priorities for G20
Leaders: The global survey ensures that the voice of
business--regardless of size, geographical region or sector--is heard and
considered by policymakers at the highest level.
the ICC survey results
15 December 2014 - B20 Launch meeting in Istanbul
ICC joined Turkish and international
business leaders, key international business groups and government officials in
Istanbul to launch preparations for the 2015 G20 Business (B20) Summit to take
place on 14-15 November 2015 in Antalya, Turkey.
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launch meeting in Istanbul
15-16 November 2014 - G20 Leaders Summit
ICC has been deeply engaged in the B20
Australia process and production of business recommendations. A delegation of 26
members of the B20 community representing 18 countries, as well as numerous
international and national business associations, travelled to Sydney to
participate in a series of G20/B20 meetings. ICC was represented at the Summit
by ICC Chairman Terry McGraw and eight other members of the ICC G20 CEO Advisory
16-18 July 2014 - Sydney G20 Business Summit
The Business-20 or
B20 Summit took place in Sydney and provided an opportunity for the business
community to share with Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott business
recommendations that are expected to be incorporated into the process leading
up to the Brisbane G20 Leaders Summit in November.
CEO Advisory Group at the Sydney G20 Business Summit
Becoming a member of ICC's G20 Advisory Group means influence where it counts. The group gives corporate leaders and their businesses access to ICC's policy expertise, leverage and a role in helping governments improve the business environment.