The Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services – known as the CCIG –, a private and independent organization, works towards a strong economy, conducive to local businesses sustaining their activities long-term. This translates into a four-fold mission for the CCIG:
· To advocate for economic and political framework conditions which enhance business performance also from a social and environmental point of view.
· To promote its members by facilitating business opportunities.
· To support its members by providing services which will enable them to make progress in the fields of sustainability and digitalization, among others.
· To constitute a model of societal responsibility by incorporating good practices within CCIG.
The CCIG speaks for businesses by taking positions on Cantonal and Federal legislative consultations and by formulating proposals affecting the framework conditions, often in the context of voting campaigns. The CCIG sums up its activity in the motto: Working for a Strong Economy – Connecting Businesses.
The Arab-Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CASCI) was created in 1974. According to the Statutes, the Chamber is a non-profit organisation, established to promote the economic and cultural relations between Switzerland and the Arab Countries members of the League of Arab States:
With over 47 years of service to Switzerland and the Arab world, CASCI – the Arab-Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry – is the leading source of business information for most major Swiss companies as well as for decision makers operating in the Arab markets. Thanks to our close relationships with local and regional governments and business communities, our credibility makes us a reliable source of first-hand business news and information that has a direct impact on Swiss companies willing to invest in Arab countries.
Our activities, seminars, webinars, will bring together important government dignitaries and decision makers from the Arab region in an ideal platform for you to connect with senior executives of the most important companies and align your business objectives with the development plan of the Arab region.
Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros Islands, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.