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About us

Belgian-Italian Chamber of Commerce

Since 1950, the Belgian-Italian Chamber of Commerce is a Belgian non-profit private association recognized by the Italian Ministry for Economic Development, which offers a range of services supporting entrepreneurs and business relationships between Italy and Belgium. It has obtained the ISO 9001:2008 quality certification.
 It manages projects in the field of internationalization of enterprises, environment, education, and economic development in Central and Eastern Europe, and Latin America. The European Desk gives qualified consultancy about Community procurements and projects to enterprises, public entities, NGOs, etc. It organizes high-quality training courses focused on European policies, EU lobbying and Communitarian funds.

The Belgian-Italian Chamber of Commerce and is currently managing, both as partner and as leader, several EU funded projects.

 

Our main European projects 

  • ENPI EU Partnership for Peace - Training and networking in Israel, Jordan and Palestine (leader)
  • EU-Canada - The Enhanced EU-Canada Economic Partnership: Challenges and Opportunities for SMEs (main partner)
  • LLP Grundtvig in-service training course - Developing European dialogue on culture and education (leader)
  • LLP – Erasmus - UNIKEY (partner)
  • Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs - OPEN-EYE (partner)
  • LLP Grundtvig - M-learning to unleash households’ business potential - M-HOUSE (leader)

 

CCITABEL NETWORKS

  1. World-wide: part of Assocamerestero (75 Chambers in 50 Countries), with projects in Latin America, Asia, and Europe. It receives funds for projects by the International Olive Oil Council.
  2. Europe-wide: sound and wide-spread European network of contacts. It is part of the Open-Eye EU network and has been invited by the Commission to hold presentations in Brussels and France (EAIE).
  3. Belgium: well positioned and known among Belgian entrepreneurs, through organization of business events and trade fairs.
  4. Italy: supported by the Ministry for Economic Development. It carries on projects and activities in particular with Italian Chambers of Commerce, Trade Fairs and Universities.