Adriatic Chambers of Commerce Forum
The Forum of the Chambers of Commerce of the Adriatic and the Ionian is a transnational, non-profit network, founded in 2001, which unites the Chambers of Commerce belonging to the countries that overlook on both sides: Italy, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Slovenia, Greece and Albania.
The Union collaborates with the Italian Unioncamere and with the CSR Offices present in all Italian regions for the dissemination of corporate social responsibility. Unioncamere del Veneto is the technical partner of the project “Creation of a network for the dissemination of corporate social responsibility” of which the Veneto Region is the leader along with the Liguria region. The goal of the project is to increase the spread of social responsibility among companies through the strengthening of the action of coordination and exchange between PA. The project was supported by: Ministry of Labor and Social Policies, Ministry of Economic Development, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and INEA, INAIL and thirteen Italian Regions.
Collaboration with the Chambers of Commerce of Northern Europe
Within the Memorandum of Understanding “North South Initiative” the collaboration has the objective to establish a new context of institutional, economic, and infrastructural cohesion and collaboration, above all for the strengthening of the North-South transport axes. Unioncamere is also associated with the German Italian Chamber of Monaco, with the presence of the General Secretary on its Board of Directors.
Memorandum of Understanding LO.V.E.R.
Signed at the beginning of 2015 by the Regional Unions of Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia Romagna, to give a significant signal of innovation and pro activity. The objective is to help the economy of the territories to seize the opportunities offered by a wider territorial dimension and by an integration of forces and strategies. It is an operational pact, the first step towards a medium-long-term perspective aimed at a chamber organization structured on the size of a macro-area, with three priority areas of work: monitoring the economy, internationalization, European opportunities, in which each Union puts its excellences at the service of other territorial systems.