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24
Nov

MedaWeek Barcelona focuses on the integration of Europe and the Mediterranean in the post-COVID-19 and on the competition with other large economic areas in Asia and America

More than 10,000 professionals, mostly from the private sector, with an outstanding participation of government representatives and multilateral institutions, have attended the 1st hybrid edition made up of more than 21 forums, presentations and MedaTalks, designed ad-hoc for the post-COVID scenario
13
Nov

Boosting the Health sector in the Mediterranean region

MedaWeek Barcelona, The 'Mediterranean Week of Economic Leaders', the reference event to promote Mediterranean economies, business cooperation and the Mediterranean region around the world, in its 14th edition will hold for the first time the Mediterranean Healthcare Forum under the title: “Shaping the Future of Mediterranean Health and Healthcare”. It will take place next Thursday, November 19th from 12:00 to 13:30 in virtual format.
9
Sep

The pre MediTex webinar lays the foundations for the reactivation of the post-COVID Mediterranean textile sector

The webinar prior to the Mediterranean Textile Forum (MediTex) was held on September 3 in online format with the title "Future opportunities, challenges and expectations of the textile sector in the post-COVID period". Various Mediterranean experts gathered at this event co-organised by the Izmir Chamber of Commerce and ASCAME (Association of Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry), to address the future after the pandemic of one of the key sectors for the economies of the region.
15
Jul

Conference: Why are Chambers of Commerce in the Mediterranean and Europe so important also during this crisis and the post COVID-19?

The Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the Mediterranean (ASCAME) held its first online conference ‘Why are the Chambers of Commerce so important also during this crisis and the post COVID-19?’. The online event, which took place on July 9, counted on the participation of a large number of spectators, who in addition to attending to the key issues explained the speakers, involved in a final debate on the present and future of the Chambers of Commerce after the Coronavirus pandemic.

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