Om ICC - International Chamber of Commerce

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ICC, International Chamber of Commerce, er verdens største næringslivsorganisasjon med et globalt nettverk bestående av over 6 millioner selskaper, handelskamre og bransje-organisasjoner i mer enn 130 land. Hovedmålet er å gjøre nasjonal og internasjonal handel sikrere og mer effektiv. ICC har hovedkontor i Paris.

A world network of national Committees keeps the ICC International Secretariat in Paris informed about national and regional business priorities. More than 2.000 experts drawn from ICC's member Companies feed their knowledge and experience into crafting the ICC stance on specific business issues.

The United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the G20 and many other intergovernmental bodies, both international and regional, are kept in touch with the views of international business through ICC.

 

33-43 avenue du Président Wilson, Paris

WHO WE ARE

ICC is the world business organization, helping businesses of all sizes and in all countries to operate both internationally and responsibly.

PARTNERSHIPS

As the world business organization, we have the network and experience to offer you an unrivalled opportunity to build partnerships around the world.

GLOBAL NETWORK

Our unique global network spans over 6.5 million members in more than 130 countries. This makes us the only business organization to so broadly representative every facet of business.

GOVERNANCE

ICC is governed by its Executive Board, World Council, Chairmanship and Secretary General.

 

ICC Norge har kontor i Henrik Ibsensgate 100 på Solli Plass i Oslo.

Generalsekretær for ICC Norge er Lisbeth G. Kaarem (E-mail: lisbeth@iccnorge.no)

Styret i ICC Norge består av følgende:

Styreleder: Jostein Soland

Styrets medlemmer:
Jarle Hammerstad, Virke
Merete Smith, Advokatforeningen
Tore Myhre, NHO
Charlotte Demeer Strøm, Norges Rederiforbund
Jan Martin Fjellestad, Advokatfirma Ræder DA
Tonje Igesund Nelson, Innovasjon Norge
Anita S. Dietrichson, Næringsforeningen i Kristiansandsregionen