The ability to create enormous value in a very small space is one of the key attributes that Monaco has in common with the digital world. Surrounded on all sides by France and the Mediterranean, the Principality can now, thanks to digital technology, reach out to the entire planet and enjoy an unprecedented cycle of prosperity. It’s an ambition spearheaded by the Extended Monaco programme. Read on to learn more.
A Monaco Economic Board (MEB) delegation was in Sydney and Melbourne 23-30 June on a promotion and reconnaissance mission to make new contacts and assess the potential of this destination for the Principality. It was arranged to coincide with the Ballets de Monte-Carlo’s tour and the Destination Monaco Office in Australia.
In an enchanting Monte-Carlo Beach Hotel setting, 300 stakeholders in the Principality’s economy gathered for the MEB’s 35th Members Rendezvous. After an intense BtoB session, Executive Director General Guillaume Rose unveiled changes to the MEB and details of a packed and varied programme of events up to December 2019.
With more than 17,000 participants from 140 countries, the international business forum in St Petersburg (SPIEF) is a major event in the business world. From 4-7 June, the Monaco Economic Board (MEB) seized the opportunity to arrange a trip to further strengthen already strong ties.
Organised on the sidelines of the 18th Small States of Europe games held in Montenegro, the Monaco Economic Board participated in the first Small States Business Forum in Becici attended by HSH Prince Albert II. Synergies have emerged from similarities that now only need to be acted upon.Organised on the sidelines of the 18th Small States of Europe games held in Montenegro, the Monaco Economic Board participated in the first Small States Business Forum in Becici attended by HSH Prince Albert II. Synergies have emerged from similarities that now only need to be acted upon.
Seizing the opportunity of a recital by Cecilia Bartoli at Vienna’s legendary Musikverein, the Monaco Economic Board (MEB) arranged a Trade Mission to Austria, 13-15 May. The delegation comprised 18 entrepreneurs representing 13 companies in what proved to be a very successful trip.
On Friday 10 May, Monaco led a successful promotional operation to Bavaria with concrete results for business expected.
Monday 6 May a delegation of Polish entrepreneurs working in the new technology sector were welcomed to the Monaco Economic Board (MEB) premises by its Executive Director General Guillaume Rose. Also present was H.E. Mrs Isabelle Berro-Amadeï, Monaco Ambassador in Poland.