On November 27, 2020, ICC Georgia held an online General Assembly to elect members of the Executive Board, the Chair and two Vice-Chairpersons, and to approve the financials of 2020 and the Budget of 2021.
Mr. Fady Asly, Chairman of ICC Georgia, presented the 2020 activities to the members and spoke of the major challenges and achievements of ICC-Georgia this year.
11 candidates were running for the Board. Following the vote, the General Assembly elected the following Board Members.
Mr. Fady Asly was elected Chairman of the Board, Mr. Nikoloz Khundzakishvili First Vice- Chairman, and Mr. Kakha Sharabidze Vice Chairman - Treasurer.
“We welcome the newly elected Board Members and we are glad to see new blood on our Board”, said Chairman Asly, we will continue striving to improve the business and investment climates in the country and to protect our members when need be.”
ICC Georgia is the most vocal global Business Association in the country; it includes over 350 corporate and youth members and 28 business associations. The International Chamber of Commerce is the largest business organization in the world that includes over 45.5 million businesses and chambers of commerce. ICC consults regularly at the global level with the G8, G20, the World Bank, WTO, WCO and the UN.
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