In front of an audience of 70 stakeholders and officials, the Chief Economist at Allianz gave his analysis of the thorny much discussed issue of inflation in the context of the recovery underway, on Tuesday 19 October in Hôtel Hermitage’s Salle Belle Époque. Ludovic Subran discussed several scenarios but ended on a reassuring note.
Monaco Economic Board (MEB) signed a cooperation agreement with the Italian Nice, Sophia-Antipolis, Côte d’Azur Chamber of Commerce at the Monaco Business fair on Wednesday 6 October at Méridien Beach Plaza’s Sea Club. The organisations shared a large stand and took part in a conference on trade between the two countries.
A delegation of a dozen entrepreneurs* headed by Monaco Economic Board (MEB) took part in a Trade Mission 28-30 September to Antwerp, the main Flemish metropolis, Europe’s second largest port and world capital of diamonds. It was a constructive trip organised under the aegis of the Monaco Embassy in Belgium and assistance of its many partners there.
In partnership with the Principality of Monaco Promotion Bureau in Singapore, Monaco Economic Board and SGMC Capital presented Monaco-Singapore synergies at a conference held at the Automobile Club on 23 September, in-person and live online via Zoom with simultaneous translation.
On 17 September, Jean-Pierre Petit, President of Cahiers Verts de l’Économie, delivered his prognosis on the Delta variant’s impact on the global economic recovery to entrepreneurs in the Principality. A talk organised jointly by Monaco Economic Board and Jutheau Husson* it was attended by a 100 MEB members and personalities.
Monaco Economic Board (MEB) alongside the Monaco Embassy in Russia took part in an official visit 5-10 September in a collaboration with the Monaco Consulate in Moscow and Promotion Office of the Principality of Monaco in Russia. The project reflects the particularly close economic relationship between Monaco and the Russian Federation.
Monaco Economic Board’s 39th Members Rendezvous on 14 September was held on the Observatory Deck at the Yacht Club de Monaco. It was a friendly and constructive return to work for the 220 entrepreneurs presents, after Guillaume Rose outlined key upcoming events, highlighted communication support for members and spoke briefly about MEB’s partnerships relating to Monaco’s digital and energy transition missions.
While the Principality embarked decisively on its digital transformation – and particularly that of its economy – three years ago now, with the establishment of the Digital Transition Office, the health crisis has strengthened its ambition.
On Monday 19 July, Monaco Economic Board (MEB) organised with the Quebec General Delegation in France and Monaco a conference on the innovative responsible construction technology, currently being employed at the Carmelha Tower site in the Principality. Around 50 professionals mainly from the building sector attended the conference which was followed by a networking cocktail.