As more than 1,000 delegates from around the world prepare for the biennial event, here are four things they can expect from the biggest chamber connection of the year.
1. A pioneering program to pilot a promising action plan
Taking place under the theme “Next generation: Chambers 4.0», # 12WCC is a forum for like-minded professionals who value innovation to grow their chamber or business and thrive in the face of disruption thanks to the knowledge and know-how exchanged at the Congress. The event will feature 44 stimulating sessions and highlight a range of topics. These include pioneering chamber-led initiatives adding value to communities around the world showcased at the Global Chambers Competition finals and a digital fitness test for chambers to build business resilience and build business resilience. prepare for the innovation of the bedroom model.
But # 12WCC is more than just knowledge sharing and networking. It is a platform to shape the global chambers agenda and ensure chambers and their member companies remain relevant leaders for the 21st century.
2. A lineup of premier speakers and visionaries
In an increasingly complex and uncertain world, we understand the need for Chambers and their member companies to quickly identify and adapt to emerging challenges and opportunities. That’s why we’ve brought together some of the brightest minds to fight disruption to growth, transparency through innovation, and harnessing the power of technology for the good of people and the planet.
Thanks to our various regional and international experts – of World Trade Organization, International Trade Center, Google, Facebook and more – Delegates will walk away with actionable insights to drive a House 4.0 transformation that benefits Chambers and their respective communities around the world – ultimately contributing to a resilient recovery from the pandemic.
3. Access to the eagerly awaited Expo 2020 Dubai
The # 12WCC will also include a range of business-related activities —Including guided networking; business matchmaking meetings; investment and trade opportunities; site visits in the free zones of the United Arab Emirates, the Dubai Silicon Oasis, the Dubai Future Foundation and the Prime Minister’s Office – and even access to the mega event, Expo 2020 Dubai – the first World Expo to be held in the Middle East. By aligning the two major events, Chambers will have the opportunity to use the Expo platform, expand their reach and explore cross-border partnership opportunities.
4. Participation of more than 100 countries, including least developed countries (LDCs)
From Comoros to Tuvalu, room representatives of nearly 30 less developed economies will participate in # 12WCC with funding from our Congress co-organizer, the Dubai Chamber. Contributing to the inclusion goals of the event, the participation of representatives will ensure that the voice of LDC chambers feeds into discussions and exchanges on a wide range of issues affecting their respective communities while enabling LDC chambers to improve their skills. management and service capacities to strengthen private sector development.
The 12th World Chambers Congress is co-organized by ICC, its World Federation of Chambers and the Dubai Chamber. Register your spot at # 12WCC today.