The Association of Vietnamese Businessmen is a non-profit organization that was founded on the principles of voluntary participation and equality between Association members.
The Association’s goal is to coordinate business activities as well as to represent and protect the common property interests of its members.
The Association’s activities include:
– providing advice and assistance to Association members on technical, economic, and legal issues related to the performance of their activities as well as resolving disputes arising among Association members;
– providing assistance to Vietnamese businessmen who are interested in developing business ties with Russia and business activities on its territory;
– providing assistance in strengthening ties between Vietnamese and Russian entrepreneurs based on the principles of business partnership, mutual understanding, and mutual respect;
– providing comprehensive support for the business activities of Vietnamese entrepreneurs on the Russian market with the aim of developing the Russian market, the economies of Russia and Vietnam, and encouraging highly effective business activities based on the law;
– engaging Russian and foreign entrepreneurs in joint activities with Vietnamese entrepreneurs on the Russian market;
– representing the interests of Association members on their behalf and based on their instructions with the legislative, executive, and judicial authorities of the Russian Federation;
– organizing symposiums, meetings, conferences and similar events as well as participation in similar events;
– providing assistance in enhancing the qualifications and professional level of specialists who are employed by member organizations of the Association;
– providing assistance in the expansion of business ties as well as the exchange of experience and information among Association members;
– informing interested Russian entrepreneurs about the specifics and opportunities of the markets of Vietnam and other countries of Southeast Asia.
Philippines Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI)
PCCI is the voice of Philippine business recognized by government and international institutions. As a proactive catalyst of development, PCCI promotes and supports the drive for globally competitive Philippine enterprises in partnership with government, local chambers, and other business organizations.
The main responsibility of PCCI is to provide focused advocacy for business growth and sustainable development by providing business services for the advancement of grassroots entrepreneurship, chamber development, international trade relations, business innovation and excellence, and operating efficiency. These will be achieved through a professional organization working in close cooperation with various stakeholders in public and private sectors.
To operationalize its MISSION and VISION, PCCI adopts the following strategic thrusts:
steadfast support for the promotion and growth of micro, small and medium enterprises nationwide;
pioneer policy reform initiatives to improve the business climate and sustain socioeconomic development;
spearhead national and international networking through business matching, trade missions, and information sharing;
support capability building for local chambers and industry associations.
PRO ECUADOR is the Institute for the Promotion of Exports and Investments of Ecuador, attached to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. PRO ECUADOR is responsible for implementing the policies and rules to promote exports and investments of the country, in order to promote the supply of traditional and non-traditional products, and their strategic insertion into the international markets.
PRO ECUADOR has a wide network of offices: 7 regional offices responsible for seeing the needs of the territory and maintain constant contact with producers and exporters, and with 31 trade offices abroad, focusing on research, trading and market-opening for Ecuadorian products.
PRO ECUADOR is a commercial party concerned in the business development of exporters and foreign Investors.
Founded in February 2009 with the aim of becoming a Japanese version of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, G1 became a general incorporated association in April 2013. The G1 Institute provides a platform for learning, discussion, and action by leaders from various industries. With the goal to re-vitalize Japan, it holds seven large events each year (the G1 Summit, G1 Global Conference, G1 Executive Conference, G1 New Leaders' Summit, G1 Regional Meetings, G1 Venture, and G1 College). Ten members have become ministers in the Japanese Cabinet. Its recent activities include forums, committees, and initiatives to put new ideas into action, including its own think tanks focused on culture and technology. G1 also published this year’s English translation of the 100 Actions project, a “quiet revolution” to re-energize Japan.