Trade Missions

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) World Chambers Federation (WCF) 8th World Chambers Congress - April 2013

The Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry will lead a trade delegation to Doha, Qatar from 22-25 April, 2013.

This delegation will focus on the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) World Chambers Federation (WCF) 8th World Chambers Congress, hosted in 2013 by the Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Held every two years in a different region of the world, the Congress is the only international forum for chamber leaders to share best-practice experiences, exchange insights, develop networks, address the latets business issues affecting their communities, and learn about new areas of innovation from chambers around the world.

The Congress addresses at a practical level how chambers can serve, strengthen and support their member companies.

This exciting event assembles a global community of more than 12,000 chambers of commerce, their leading business members, and influential world leaders. It provides a unique opportunity for interaction between delegates from more than 100 countries.

To register for the World Chambers Congress, please click here.

After the World Chambers Congress in Qatar, AACCI will be leading a delegation to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia. The mission will give delegates the opportunity to meet with UAE and Saudi Arabian businesses, to network and explore new business opportunities with both government officials and private sector commercial decision makers.

  • United Arab Emirates, 29 April - 2 May
  • Saudi Arabia, 5 May - 7 May

Click on the link below to download the participant information pack:

Trade Mission to Qatar, UAE and KSA

To register your interest and obtain further information on both the AACCI mission and the World Chambers Congress, please contact Wesley Smant on (03) 9014 8111 or


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