covid19COVID-19 web portal

ICC has launched a COVID-19 web portal, providing trusted and up-to-date information for businesses, policymakers and chambers of commerce worldwide.

The new site has been developed in line with ICC commitments to the World Health Organization (WHO) to facilitate information flows by disseminating the latest and most reliable information on the COVID-19 outbreak to businesses.

A joint ICC/WHO statement issued last month announced plans to leverage ICC’s global network of over 45 million businesses to enable businesses worldwide to play a full and active role in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic.


Visit the COVID-19 web portal.


As a trusted private sector partner, ICC is working closely with business, government and other stakeholders to ensure that the latest, most reliable information and tailored guidance reaches the global business community to help protect lives and livelihoods.

The new knowledge-sharing website contains vetted advice for businesses, policymakers and chambers on how to overcome the unfolding global health and societal emergency presented by COVID-19. It serves as a one-stop-shop for users featuring practical policy recommendations, resources for businesses to understand, prepare for and respond to the unprecedented disruption, and actions undertaken by chambers of commerce in response to COVID-19.

The commodity industry has become an essential part of Switzerland’s economic success. Its net profit has reached 4 percent of Swiss GDP, surpassing tourism. This sector is under regulatory pressure and at the same time little is known about its functioning and importance.

event march 13

ICC Switzerland has the pleasure to invite you to an event on 13 March 2017 in Zurich. Important delegates of this sector will provide you with first-hand information on their business activities, their added value to the global economy, their CSR-programmes and systems of managing risks in the supply chain. You will learn from a specialist of the Banque Cantonale Vaudoise about the specific challenges of trade financing and economiesuisse will give you new data on the significance of the commodity cluster for the Swiss economy.


Business representatives and opinion leaders should attend. Chatham House rules will apply and participants vouch to respect any confidentiality requests that might be made in order to enable an open discussion. Participation will be free of charge but registration necessary.


We look forward to seeing you in Zurich. Please feel free to forward this invitation to interested colleagues. Non-members are also welcome to participate.


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