Arab-Austrian Economic Forum
Launched in 2006 and organised periodically, the Arab-Austrian Economic Forum is the AACC’s largest conference, exhibition and networking event. The Forum is offering a unique platform for knowledge exchange, networking and deepening of Austro-Arab relations in economy, trade, culture and diplomacy.
The Arab-Austrian Economic Forum introduces official representatives, high-profile speakers and an interested international audience for presentations, contributions and discussions on specific topics with focus on Austria, the EU and Arab countries.
Exhibition & Networking
Parallel to the Forum, the Exhibition and Networking Area is presenting displays of diplomatic representations of Arab countries in Austria, and is offering attractive promotion opportunities for companies, enterprises and international institutions in various fields. The Exhibition & Networking Area allows for special opportunities to meet with the Arab diplomatic corps and the international business community, and to establish personal contact to potential future business partners in the Austro-Arab context.
Find out more about the past editions of the Arab-Austrian Economic Forum:
Conference on: Energy Transition – Urban Technology and Sustainable Cities. New Opportunities for International Cooperation and Partnerships [more]
Gala Dinner on occasion of the 10th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum & Exhibition held on 1 October 2018, at the Vienna City Hall. [more]
The 10th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum & Exhibition took place in Vienna, organized by the AACC Austro-Arab Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the City of Vienna and the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RECREEE). Under the general theme "Energy Transition - Urban Technology and Sustainable Cities", New Opportunities for International Cooperation and Partnerships, representatives from EU institutions, international organizations, funds, European and international financial institutions as well as ministers and high-ranking personalities from the Arab economy met representatives of the local economy, politics and business community. Participants included Nabil R. Kuzbari, Richard Schenz, Omar Al-Rawi, Mahdi Allak, Johannes Peterlik, Samir Koubaa, Michael Esterl and Li Yong, and many more. [more]
The Forum & Exhibition was honoured by the participation of a high number of prominent officials, personalities, representatives, speakers and delegates from both, Austria and the Arab countries. At the Opening Ceremony and during the day, the event hosted in total almost 500 interested visitors from Austria and the Arab countries. [more]
View the Photo Gallery of the 9th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum & Exhibition in Vienna here [more]
The Forum & Exhibition were attended by a numerous international audience of some 800 visitors and guests, among them Their Excellences the Arab ambassadors, representatives of the international diplomatic corps, chairmen, members of the Austro-Arab Chamber of Commerce, companies, businessmen and the interested public. [more]
View the Photo Gallery of the 8th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum & Exhibition in Vienna here [more]
AACC celebrating its “25th Anniversary” with 7th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum & Exhibition and Gala Dinner
On occasion of its 25th Anniversary as the main reference institution for economic, cultural and scientific cooperation between Austria and the Arab countries, the Austro-Arab Chamber of Commerce (AACC) organised the 7th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum & Exhibition and a prestigious Gala Dinner under the patronage of H.E. Dr. Heinz FISCHER, the Austrian Federal President, on 22 May 2014 in the Festival Hall of the Vienna City Hall. [more]
View the Photo Gallery of the 25th Anniversary / 7th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum & Exhibition here [more]
This Forum was held in Vienna at the Hotel Hilton Vienna City and was visited by approximately over 500 people concerned with and interested in Arab-Austrian economic relations in general and in meeting leading personalities from both, the Republic of Austria and the Republic of the Sudan, in particular. [more]