CETA Business Forum announces ASCAME as official partner

Ceta Business Forum is pleased to announce a partnership with ASCAME, the Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

ASCAME is a non-profit international organisation that represents the private sector of the Mediterranean, regrouping the Chambers of Commerce and Industry and similar entities from 23 countries of both shores of the region. ASCAME gathers more than 300 Chambers of Commerce and Industry and defends the interests of millions of businesses across the Mediterranean region.

ASCAME is today considered the most important representative of the Mediterranean private sector, through its innovative vision of regional economic integration, offers solutions to key issues through the private sector.

The CETA Business Forum, with the support and presence of ASCAME, will offer an important space for discussion, comparison and development of new relations between the European Union and Canada in key sectors of the economy of our future, including through a large B2B area set up to allow participants to develop and consolidate their network in the CETA area.

In the discussion panels of the CETA Business Forum (Ceta Talks) we will find many topics that ASCAME has been following closely for several years now: among them, the Green Economy and sustainability, startups and young entrepreneurs, women entrepreneurship.

The first edition of the CETA Business Forum is scheduled for June 22-23, 2022 and will take place entirely online, through a digital platform capable of reproducing a 360° trade fair event, with the presence of classrooms, stands and services for interaction between participants, all in 3D format. The B2B area, on the other hand, will be open from June 22 to 30, 24 hours a day, and will allow participants to arrange face-to-face meetings to get to know each other and develop new relationships.

For more information and registration go to the official page of the event.

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