The Monaco Economic Board welcomed more than 300 members to its 43rd meeting of members on Wednesday, January 18, at the brand new Fairmont Monte-Carlo Grand Salon.

After a word of welcome and good wishes from President Michel Dotta, Guillaume Rose, Director Executive General, and his deputy Justin Highman, rolled out the Monaco Economic Board’s agenda for the coming months with a particularly rich and varied program.

In order to help managers in their decision-making, Monaco’s chamber of commerce will offer conferences on various topics: expanding the powers of the Customs Office in Monaco in collaboration with local professionals (WES and Monaco Logistique) on February 2, new real estate technologies with Extended Monaco on March 9, macroeconomics with Coface Chief Economist Jean-Christophe Caffet on March 14, economic forecasting with forecaster Christophe Barraud on May 16, and the presentation of Monaco in Figures 2023 by the Director of IMSEE Alexandre Bubbio on June 22. A number of meetings and seminars for members will be in English.

Two other meetings are planned to discover the opportunities offered by two countries (Sweden on March 17, Morocco on April 18). An Austrian business delegation will be welcomed on March 6 and two international missions are planned, in Djibouti from February 6 to 10 and in Miami from May 8 to 12. Later in the year, Amsterdam is already confirmed at the beginning of October.

As part of its Invest Monaco mission, the MEB will also participate in events promoting the Monegasque economy in targeted places such as Geneva and Brussels.

The next general assembly of the association will be held on March 30 and will be followed by the 44th Members’ Meeting at the Yacht Club de Monaco.

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