Join Pedram Soltani to Learn How Your Chamber Can Lead a Sustainable Future

Join Pedram Soltani to Learn How Your Chamber Can Lead a Sustainable Future

Organised by the International Chamber of Commerce and the World Chambers Federation, the event – held every two years – is being staged in Australia for the first time with co-organisers Sydney and NSW Business Chambers.

Under the theme ‘Where Business Connects’, the 10th World Chambers Congress is the unique global forum where chambers and their business leaders address the business and economic issues that impact their local business communities.

Discussions over the three days will include:

·         Business, conflict and terrorism;

·         Global mobility;

·         The future of cities;

·         Access to finance for small and medium businesses;

·         Youth entrepreneurship; and

·         The 4th industrial revolution

One of the highlights of any World Chambers Congress is the World Chambers Competition, where chambers of commerce from across the world showcase what they have done for their members.

Categories this year are:

·         Best education and training project;

·         Best job creation and development project;

·         Best corporate social responsibility project; and

·         Best unconventional project

Shiraz and Isfahan Chambers are among less than 10 Chambers selected to be finalists of "Best job creation and development project" and "Best corporate social responsibility project" competitions. These two associations have the opportunity to showcase their practices before a live audience of chamber and business leaders, during the bi-annual World Chambers Congress.

A delegation of Iranian businessmen and members of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture led by chambers first vice president, Pedram Soltani will take participation in the 10th World Chambers Congress.

Pedram Soltani will speak in the session “Sustainability” and “Discover Asia Pacific’s business opportunities through CACCI“ as our countries' representative.

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