Successful 31st CACCI Conference held in Sydney

Hundreds of CACCI delegates from 18 Asian countries and beyond

Sydney – The Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) successfully held the 31st CACCI Conference on September 18-21, 2017 in Sydney, Australia in conjunction with the 10th World Chambers Congress jointly organized by the ICC World Chambers Federation and the Sydney Business Chamber, with the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry as partner organization.

Hundreds of CACCI delegates from Australia, Bangladesh, China, Georgia, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Russian Federation, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Vietnam, together with delegates from CACCI associated chambers such those from Macedonia and Belarus, participated in the six Product and Service Council Meetings and 88th CACCI Council Meeting held on September 18th 2017.

10th World Chambers Congress

CACCI as Asia Pacific Strategic Regional Partner

The 31st CACCO conference, held in conjunction with the 10th World Chambers Congress (10WCC) was an good opportunity to link CACCI leaders with decision makers from chambers from Europe, Americas and Africa; as well and explore new business opportunities.

Among the participants there were also delegates from Brasil, Canada, Colombia, Dijobouti, France, Kenya, Peru, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, United Arab Emirates, and South Africa.

The Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) was the official strategic regional partner for the 10th ICC World Chambers Federation (WCF) event; while Sydney Business Chamber (SBC), a division of NSW Business Chamber contributed to the organization of the conference.

Congress delegates benefited from first-hand knowledge and diverse perspectives of internationally-renowned speakers during the three-day programme.

CACCI chamber members from India, Iran, Taiwan and Vietnam presented their countries’ current economic conditions and opportunities for business.

It was a formal and informal occasion to develop networks, establish institutional ties and promote trade and investment opportunities from attending companies, countries and regions.