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Membership survey and changes at Monaco Economic Board

In January/February this year, Monaco Economic Board launched a major survey of its members. The purpose was to get their opinions on MEB activities and learn more about what they expect and need from the association. An analysis of the results has proven a valuable tool which is informing improvements.

Feedback from the survey, together with time spent by directors during lock-down to reflect on the way ahead, has led to a raft of new actions which will be announced by the MEB in the near future.

To drive these new ambitions forward, the Monaco Economic Board has decided to streamline its organisation to improve efficiency. One operational team led by Virginie Gianangeli will now manage actions to support development of businesses, particularly members (Monaco Chamber of Commerce), as well as the division that seeks investors which has been renamed Invest Monaco (it was Monaco Invest). Justin Highman, who headed up this division, becomes Deputy Director General to reinforce the Executive. As for the Monaco Coordination mission managed by Fanny Contrault, it remains a key element in the organisation to promote and develop Monaco businesses abroad, working closely with public and private entities.  

MEB continues to support the government’s grand ambitions, including the digital transition that is underway. Diego Bonaventura, who managed Monaco Chamber of Commerce, is leaving MEB to join the Interministerial Delegation responsible for the Digital Transition. He will head up the Digital Business unit. In joining this dynamic entity led by Country Chief Digital Officer Frédéric Genta, Diego Bonaventura will serve to reinforce links between these two entities.

MEB Executive Director General, Guillaume Rose, is upbeat: “Monaco Economic Board is more motivated than ever to support and contribute to the Principality’s successful economy, and will be meeting members and partners for new virtual or non-virtual activities as soon as possible!”



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