Chambers’ Day 2019
Registrations for the upcoming CHAMBERS' DAY are open ! Early bird until September 26, 2019 Tuesday, November 26, 2019 Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva from 2 pm to 9 pm. The Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services looks forward to welcoming you to this unique event, comprised of plenary sessions, topic-related seminars and hands-on workshops. Chambers' Day is aimed at international decision-makers, business people engaged in international trade and all those with an interest in transnational business relations. Chambers' Day will be preceded by the
SEBRAE in Geneva
On November 9th, 10th, 12th and 13th, CHamBR and the Romandie Citizenship Council of the Brazilian Consulate in Geneva will organize an event in partnership with SEBRAE (Brazilian Micro and Small Enterprises’ Support Service) The event, aimed at Brazilian entrepreneurs, will be held at the Consulate General of Brazil in Geneva and will have five workshops on the different topics of entrepreneurship. This event will be in Portuguese.
Ordinary General Assembly – 2018
On September 12, 2018, the Ordinary General Assembly of 2018 will be held at the Consulate General of Brazil in Geneva. Leading the Assembly, President Pedro da Silva Neves, Legal Director Mário Brandulas, and Marketing Director Eduardo Ferreira Rebuzzi Filho, will be joined by Ambassador Susan Kleebank, from the Consulate General of Brazil in Geneva. This event will be in Portuguese. Address: Rue de Lausanne 45, 1201 Genève
“Doing Business in Brazil” at Webster University
On June 7, 2018, Webster University of Geneva will host the first Doing Business in Brazil event. Join us for an engaging afternoon of critical insights and networking on Thursday, June 7, 2018 14:00 – 18:00 at Webster University Geneva Living and Learning Center (LLC) Commons Room 9 route de Collex, Bellevue More information through: http://events.webster.edu/event/doing_business_in_brazil This event will be in English. BACKGROUND Following the economic collapse of 2015, the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff in 2016, and the highly contested government of Michel Temer in 2017, general elections will take