ICC Supply Chain Forum

21.03.2023, 15:00 Uhr - 23.03.2023, 17:00 Uhr


The pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine have rapidly changed the environment for international trade. Globalization needs to be realigned, and governments and businesses alike have to adapt to ever new crises. At the multilateral level, we need to adopt a new cooperative approach and find resilient and sustainable solutions for all – what can they look like?

From the very beginning, technology and innovation have shaped international trade and trading systems, enabling tremendous progress. The digitization of international trade is still in its initial phase, and the objective is now to discover, unleash and disseminate the hitherto untapped potential across the globe.

Where these potentials lie and how digitalization can contribute to sustainable trade, the protection of human rights and the fight against fraud will be presented on the occasion of our second ICC Supply Chain Forum from March 21 to 23 in Berlin.

Save the date if you want to meet representatives of multilateral and international organizations, governments, academia and the international business community to discuss „International Trade going Digital“!

As a global business organization, it is our mission as ICC and ICC Germany to address the daily challenges faced by businesses of all sizes around the world and to develop and promote solutions through our network with the goal „to make business work for everyone, every day, everywhere“.

21/03/23, at 3pm
High Level Opening “Regulating International Trade: The More, The Better?”
Venue: DIHK Headquarters, Haus der Deutschen Wirtschaft, Breite Str. 29, 10178 Berlin

→ Free of charge, prior registration required.

22/03/23 – 23/03/23
Workshop Series “International Trade going Digital”
Venue: Microsoft Atrium, Charlottenstraße 46, 10117 Berlin

→ “Digital trade for sustainability and climate action”
Climate action is everyone’s business and action from all stakeholders is vital to meeting the challenges and opportunities of the climate emergency. How do digitalization and sustainability go hand in hand?

→ “Digitalization for human rights”
Companies worldwide are increasingly aware that doing business with integrity is the right way to do business. How can digitalization help businesses ensure human rights due diligence?

→ “Efficiency and fraud prevention in the digital era”
Businesses of all sizes in every sector and every region of the world are becoming increasingly dependent on ICTs and a secure, stable and trusted Internet to carry out their daily operations. Digital tools increase efficiency and create new opportunities for economic growth, but at the same time new types of risks need to be managed.

→ “Paperless trade and beyond”
Paperless trade – and now? What methods, tools and initiatives are there for the development of new business models in the context of digitization?

→ EARLY BIRD: 189 Euro for ICC members, 389 Euro for non-members (plus VAT). Only available until 31. January 2023!
→ Regular fee: 289 Euro for ICC members, 489 Euro for non-members (plus VAT).

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ICC Germany


21/03/23, at 3pm
Venue: DIHK Headquarters, Haus der Deutschen Wirtschaft, Breite Str. 29, 10178 Berlin

22/03/23 – 23/03/23
Venue: Microsoft Atrium, Charlottenstraße 46, 10117 Berlin


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