London, 24th August 2020. Trade Finance Global are delighted to announce a media partnership with the ICC United Kingdom at ICC International Trade & Prosperity Week | The Future of Global Value Chains.
ICC International Trade & Prosperity Week | The Future of Global Value Chains
We are delighted to invite you to our inaugural virtual event ‘ICC International Trade & Prosperity Week’ that will take place as virtual series of 10 webinars (2 per day) from 19TH – 23RD October 2020.
Where: Virtual Event
When: 19th – 23rd October, 2020
The Future of Global Value Chains play a key role in the global economy, creating jobs, sharing prosperity, fostering innovation and attracting investment but are being increasingly challenged by the rise in protectionism, climate change and digitisation. This inaugural ICC virtual series will look at the issues and provide a set of policy recommendations for how global value chains can evolve to meet the challenges.
As the world’s largest business organisation representing 45 million companies from all sectors and company sizes in over 100 countries, as well as the only business organisation with UN Observer Status, we are best placed to influence and inform the discussion regarding policy for global value chains.
Each day has its own sub-category as follows:
DAY 1 – Economics of GVC’s
DAY 2 – Sustainable Development in Practice
DAY 3 – Technology as the Transformer
DAY 4 – Business Pillars to Drive Success
DAY 5 – Business Ethics
Giveaway – 10 Free Tickets, Exclusive for TFG readers
Enter our prize draw for your chance to win one of 10 free tickets to this event. Simply fill out the form below or click here for the link.
We’ll be in touch with you by the 23rd September 2020 if you’ve been picked.
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