Italian Chamber of Commerce to hold business confab in Central Visayas

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THE Italian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines Inc. (ICCPI) is mounting the second Central Visayas Business Conference this week as part of its regional business conference series.

Slated on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022, the business conference aims to showcase investment opportunities, discover the insights of local businesses and analyze trends.

It is envisioned to further connect businesses based in Central Visayas that venture in creative industries, advanced technology and innovation, sustainable business practices, real estate, railway infrastructure, aerospace, renewable energy, and health among others to parts of the world as a hub for global corporations and investors.

This is in partnership with the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI), French Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines, Dutch Chamber of Commerce, Spanish Chamber of Commerce, German Chamber, Nordic Chamber, Advantage Austria, among others.

CCCI president Charles Kenneth Co said conferences like these don’t only indicate strong partnership among institutions but also signify the long-standing commitment of the business chamber to feature investment opportunities for Central Visayas and further connect Cebu to other parts of the world.

The online event will feature a set of prominent speakers and panelists from the government, local government units, the local business community, and foreign investors and organizations.

Main focus for discussion include topics such as potential developments for the Cebu City waterfront, visions for the tri-cities (Cebu, Lapu-Lapu and Mandaue) development, European cooperation projects in Central Visayas, and economic growth and infrastructure development in the Philippines with focus in Central Visayas.

ICCPI facilitates business relationships between Italy and the Philippines. It is an organization that provides continuous forum for its members, which can identify, examine and discuss matters of common interest affecting economic, industrial and commercial endeavors.