CCIG Series

The ICC-CCIG Series - Trade and Health

Tuesday, 26 October 2021 

17:00 - 19:30

CCIG, Boulevard du Théâtre 4, Genève

More Information, Programme and registration here.


The “ICC-CCIG Series” address major themes related to international trade with a dual purpose: updating Members on issues that are currently being discussed at the United Nations, World Trade Organization and other international organizations in Geneva ; and illustrate the way businesses, actors of world governance, civil society and researchers can successfully cooperate towards common global goals.


This event will discuss the key priority areas that Member States will be addressing at the upcoming World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Ministerial Conference (MC12), from 30 November to 3 December in Geneva. These include environmental sustainability, digital economy, trade and health. A sharp focus will be given to the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and future health crises, and the way SMEs can contribute to a healthier global trading system. 




The ICC International Trade & Prosperity Week – RESETTING THE GLOBAL ECONOMY - is approaching!


ICC ITPW 2021 brings together over 1,000 attendees from across the world and is the flagship conference of the year that encompasses all major policy priorities to specifically address “how” companies, organisations and governments are implementing solutions that deliver more inclusive, sustainable, and greener outcomes to build back better.




Supported by over 27 ICC offices worldwide, each day has its own theme:

DAY 1 – Trade Priorities, Trends and Analysis

DAY 2 – Climate Action & Sustainable Growth

DAY 3 – Digital Trade

DAY 4 – Tackling the Trade Finance Gap & Cybersecurity

DAY 5 – ICC Global Alliance Day – webinars hosted by the ICC global community


  • Hosted via a new online platform, those that register will be able to:

  • Access the full 5 days’ worth of content

  • Personalise their agenda

  • Network with attendees, speakers & sponsors

  • Schedule one-to-one meetings and calls



International audience and speakers bringing insights from across the world

Opportunity to network in advance of the event using our new virtual platform - make global connections

Select the webinars most relevant to you and watch content on demand


More Information and Registration here.

Event ICC Austria: International Standard Demand Guarantee Practice - The new ISDGP / Die neuen ISDGP

German Event

Date: 14 October 2021

Time: 13:30 - 16:00

More information here.

Registration here.

Event ICC Austria: Ocean freight in Import/Export - How to handle overseas business successfully

Date: 13 & 14 October 2021

Time: 09:00 - 12:00

More information here.

Registration here.

Event ICC Austria: Marken & Patente in China

Date: 18 October 2021

Time: 09:00 - 12:00 and 13:30 - 16:30

More information here.

Registration here.

Event ICC Austria: Geschäfte mit Ungarn - Vertragsverhandlungen und Vertragsgestaltung

Date: 19 October 2021

Time: 09:00 - 12:00 and 13:30 - 16:30

More information here.

Registration here.

ICC Germany

ICC International Forum on Supply Chains organised by ICC Germany

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is organizing the International Forum "The Future of International Supply Chains - Sustainable, Digital, Smart" from June to October 2021.


At the Forum we will take a look at the benefits and challenges of international supply chains:

  • - How can supply chains be made more resilient?

    • - Can digitalization of supply chains  also contribute to conserving our resources and protecting our climate?

    • - What are the benefits and challenges of supply chain finance?

    • - How do companies address the issue of corporate supply chain responsibility?

    • - Which initiatives and measures do they take to protect human rights?

    • - And last but not least: what are the latest trends of the "supply chains of tomorrow"?


The opening of the Forum will be joined by Pamela Coke-Hamilton, Executive Director, Trade Centre (ITC), Ulrich Nussbaum, State Secretary, German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Norbert Barthle, Parl. State Secretary, German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Frank Appel, CEO, Deutsche Post DHL, John Denton, Secretary General ICC and Holger Bingmann, Chairman, ICC Germany.


Register here

Events ICC Austria November 2021

04./05. 11. 2021: Vertragsrecht für Nichtjuristen

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08. 11. 2021: Whistleblowing

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09. - 11. 11. 2021: Russland Steuerrecht

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11. 11.02021: Sanctions & Embargoes US/EU-Export- & Re-Export Controls

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16./17. 11. 2021: Indonesien + Malaysia – Export & Niederlassungen

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22. - 24. 11. 2021: Japan – Export & Niederlassungen

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30. 11. 2021: Compliance Management im China-Geschäft

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01./02. 12. 2021: Site-Management im Anlagenbau

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06. 12. 2021: Das neue deutsche Lieferkettensorgfaltspflichtengesetz

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Fachtagung Export/Import: Next Level!

«Swiss around the world» ist das Motto der diesjährigen Fachtagung Export/Import. Das Publikum entdeckt Schweizer Unternehmen und deren Herausforderungen auf einer Reise an pulsierende Orte des grenzüberschreitenden Handels. Die Tagung kombiniert jeweils Geschehnisse vor Ort mit Online-Zuschaltungen und Livestreamings von verschiedenen Schauplätzen aus der ganzen Welt. Namhafte Persönlichkeiten informieren über Best Practice und wesentliche Aktualitäten rund um den internationalen Warenhandel.


3 November 2021

09:00 - 17:00 Uhr

Hybrider Anlass: Sie bestimmen ob Sie vor Ort oder online teilnehmen.


Mehr Informationen finden Sie auf der Website der Zollschule. Die Registration können Sie hier vornehmen, sowie weitere Informationen inkl. Programm einsehen.

 ICC Netherlands Webinar: Avoiding and resolving construction disputes in the energy sector

Wednesday 17 November 2021

15:00 - 17:30


More Informaation about Programme and Rehistration here.


More and more, stakeholders in fast-paced, competitive energy markets find that better and quicker decisions are increasingly crucial—qualities that burdensome litigation and other adversarial processes often fail to provide. Due to their cross-border and often confidential nature alternative dispute resolutions are preferred over litigation in public courts. In addition, because of the relatively few players in this sector, maintaining a professional but amicable relationship is crucial.

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