2020: The Future of Global Value Chains

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE
2020 PROGRAMME

Global value chains play a key role in the global economy, creating jobs, sharing prosperity, fostering innovation and attracting investment but are being increasingly challenged by the rise in protectionism, climate change and digitisation. This inaugural ICC event looked at the issues and provided a set of policy recommendations for how global value chains can evolve and adapt to meet the challenges.

Download the 2020 Programme and explore the key issues discussed.

ACCESS THE RECORDINGS

Tune in and listen to the webinar recordings from the 2020 inaugural event, and access the key takeaways.
10 webinars
5 days
60 international speakers

BUILDING ON THE SUCCESS OF 2020

KEY ACHIEVEMENTS FROM LAST YEARS EVENT:

  • 60 international speakers representing $2tn global turnover, working with hundreds of thousands of suppliers in all corners of the world
  • 6,000+ global audience reached
  • 1,000 worldwide attendees through the week
  • 500+ unique webinar registrations
  • 50 countries participating, covering all regions
  • B20, WTO, WCO, OECD, UN, The Commonwealth  represented
  • All voices included – corporates, SME’s, NGOs, unions, consumers, academics, Parliament
  • 21 ICC offices from around the world supporting

KEY SUPPORTERS OF 2020

AROUND THE GLOBE

2020 TESTIMONIALS

100% of ICC ITPW 2020 attendees said they would like to register for more ICC events

“ICC ITPW was very much relevant. Added value. Great topics, speakers & moderators. Very professional setting. International participation & top companies all over the world participated.”

 Worley

“Interesting and useful to pick up on some of the common themes and issues raised by businesses to consider in future strategic planning”

Natwest

“The event was very educative and enlightening. We hope this will be continuous in years to come.”

Wema Bank Plc

“As a law firm serving investors and business in general, it was useful to have insights on the trends in global trading and economy, especially in the unprecedented time in which we are living due to the covid-19 pandemic. This event was inspiring and eye-opening.”

Boga & Associates

 

 

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