Alors que les Ballets de Monte-Carlo étaient invités pour deux représentations au prestigieux festival Diaghilev, le Monaco Economic Board (MEB) a saisi cette opportunité pour préparer dans les meilleures conditions sa mission économique qui se déroulera à Saint-Pétersbourg du 1er au 4 Juin 2020.
Seven managers and companies in the Principality emerged as winners of the 8th Eco Club Awards organised by the Monaco Economic Board, Monaco-Matin and Nice-Matin Group’s business division at a ceremony held Tuesday 12 November at the Grimaldi Forum, attended by 400 people.
On the initiative of Monaco’s Embassy in China with the MEB’s support, the Principality of Monaco had a stand at the 2nd China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai from 5-10 November. A unique opening into the market of the world’s second largest economy.
The Monaco Economic Board (MEB) and its Monaco Chamber of Commerce department organised a Trade Mission to Turin 6-7 November. The aim is to further boost trade between the Italian city and the Principality, an opportunity seized by ten Monegasque companies.
The MEB’s Monaco Chamber of Commerce department organised a combined promotional-business development mission to Naples from 21-23 October.
Monegasque entrepreneurs welcomed the chance to hear more about business opportunities arising from the Principality’s collaboration with Hungary, a country with many advantages. Organised at the Novotel on Monday 21 October by the Hungarian Embassy, the MEB operation met its objective which was to give targeted entrepreneurs in Monaco access to high-level contacts.
On Wednesday 16 October, around 100 people attended a talk given by Ludovic Subran in the Café de Paris’ Salon Bellevue, as he shared his opinion on a thorny subject, the consequences of which are already being felt and could become a major issue.
After several trips to Moscow and St Petersburg in the wake of the 2015 Russian Year in Monaco, the Monaco Economic Board (MEB) set off to explore new horizons 17-20 September to a region with untapped potential. The destination was Rostov-sur-le-Don, a dynamic southern hub and an amazing discovery.
Monday 16 September at the Yacht Club de Monaco, Monaco Economic Board (MEB) members were treated to a fun and informative talk entitled “The future of businesses starts now” by digital strategy consultant Vincent Ducrey. It came just before the 36th Members Rendezvous at which MEB Executive Director General Guillaume Rose summarised a packed MEB programme for the 350 economic stakeholders present.