The World Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce The WCC International Hero Awards and Networking Event
honoring dignitaries President of Colombia, Alvaro Uribe, Mayor of the City of Atlanta, Kasim Reed,
U.S. Ambassador, Charles Shapiro, Dean of the Consular Corps of
GA/Consul General of Germany, Lutz Gorgens, Consul General of the U.K.,
Annabelle Malins, Mark Becker, President of Georgia State University,
William Pate, President of Atlanta Convention Center and Visitors
Bureau, and Dr. John Hardman, President of Carter, Joseph Bankoff, President of the Woodruff Arts Center, Dr.
Helene Gayle, President of CARE, Mayor of Auburn, Linda Blechinger,
Louis Miller, General Manager Atlanta International Airport, Consul of
Denmark, Christopher Smith, Consul of Netherlands, Ewoud Swaak, Kathe
Falls, GDEcD Directo, Phil Bolton, Global Atlanta Publisher, among
others. Read More...
WHAT IS THE WORLD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE?
The World Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)(3) public charity and
nonprofit organization fostering international business, cultural and
social exchange in the international arena. The World Chamber of
Commerce organizes and supports events promoting international business,
educational, cultural, and humanitarian goals.
are 1.5 million homes now in foreclosure and another two million in
preforeclosure. Of those still in their homes, eleven million are worth
less than the mortgages on them. House prices have dropped fifty eight
months in a row. Robert Shiller, professor of Housing Economics at Yale,
said our house prices could drop another 25% in the next five years.
With the seventy six million Baby Boomers aging and now spending less
and less every year and the 46 million generation X unable to take up
the slack, we must look to foreign buyers to stimulate our real estate
markets. Read more...
THE WORLD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VISIONS AND GOALS:
The primary vision of the World Chamber of Commerce is to become a well
established philanthropic worldwide organization. It aims to do so by
receiving international recognition for building relations between the
U.S. and other countries. Its goal is to add value to supporters and
members by developing productive commercial, cultural, educational, and
humanitarian missions as follows:
- To support, organize, and provide networking opportunities in
international business through educational, cultural and social events.
- To support efforts from all international organizations such as binational
Chambers of Commerce, Embassies, Consulates, government
organizations, multilateral organizations and international businesses,
promoting global commerce, economic, cultural and social exchange
in the international arena.
- To promote the importance of quality international education and its relationship to global business.
- To build awareness of the significance and understanding of global business.
- Acting as a link between businesses and government organizations by supporting global trade.
- To promote Atlanta's and Georgia's international status.
- To promote humanitarian missions, such as prevention of human trafficking