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Post by claud39 on Thu May 07, 2020 9:09 am

IBBC joins World Free Zones (FZO) as observer partner



7th May 2020



IBBC joins World Free Zones (FZO) as observer partner FZO



IBBC is delighted to announce a new partnership as observers with FZO, the international association of World Free Zones.  World Free Zones Organization (World FZO) is the strongest, most active free-zone organization in the world. IBBC and its members can access strategic objectives, make connections that matter, and engage with the industry’s most powerful insights, resources and tools.


Samira Samez membership engagement manager, explains that FZO HQ is in Dubai, with over 2000 FZO members globally, in Middle East ( Esp GCC) , India, China, North and South America, Africa, Europe and Central Asia they represent the leading association in their field.


IBBC members can access their knowledge platform, Consulting capabilities on Government, Marketing and business models, as well as reports from the library on setting up Free Zones, Guidance, and benefits to economic growth. Finally, the FZO hold an annual conference, set for Jamaica in 2021. Currently FZO are not in Iraq, but hope to establish as some stage, to support economic growth and business diversity.


Dr Samir Hamrouni, CEO of FZO says:


As the single global voice of free zones around the globe, we are proud to count amongst our membership over 640 entities in 130 countries. We are delighted to welcome the Iraq Britain Business Council as our latest member and look forward to working with them to further develop the Iraqi free zones and grow trade across Iraq and the rest of the world.


Mr Christophe Michels, MD , IBBC says:


“IBBC and FZO together are able to provide mutually supportive business opportunities for our members around the world and for FZO members to consider Iraq as an investment opportunity”




For more information please contact london@webuildiraq.org


https://iraqbritainbusiness.org/news/ibbc-joins-world-free-zones-fzo-as-observer-partner
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The World Free Zones Organization (World FZO) is a global not-for-profit organization that provides one

authoritative, collective voice representing the interests of free zones around the world.

 

The World FZO was launched in Dubai, UAE, in May 2014, by its 14 founding members and under the auspices

of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, and

Ruler of Dubai.

 

Registered in Geneva and headquartered in Dubai, the World FZO is the only truly international, multi-lateral

organization for zones in the world today.

 

A new global organization


 

The free zone concept, in its many forms, has gained popularity over the past few decades, particularly in the
emerging economies of Asia, the Middle East and Africa. From the first free zone at Shannon Airport in 1959,
the model has proliferated to the point where there are an estimated 2,260 free zones around the world, which
support approximately 70 million jobs.
 
In addition, to ensure they receive the international recognition and support they deserve, the role of these
zones as exemplars of modern infrastructure, as creators of employment opportunities, and as integrators of
services, logistics and transport networks, should be highlighted.
 
Zones have played a critical role in the economies of many countries and to ensure they have the greatest
possible impact, they need a global, unifying association to bring them together. One that can represent their
interests, share their achievements and support their continuous positive development. It is to address this need
that the World FZO has been created.


 

Objectives


 

The Board of Directors and Executive Management of the World FZO has established a number of key

objectives which form the mandate for the association and underpin all the World FZO’s activities:

 

1. Bring together free zones; regional, national, subnational and local free zone associations; consultants and advisors to free zones; free zone users; interested governmental organizations; and international trade related organizations, for knowledge exchange, education and training, networking and business development

 

2.  Provide a forum for free zones around the world to learn, grow and prosper through unrivalled access to exclusive in-depth research and insights 

 

3. Create ‘best in class’ standards for free zones that enhance the economic ecosystem both globally and in local markets, as well as guidelines for the establishment and administration of free zones

 

4.  Gather, create, expand and disseminate the knowledge of, and about, free zones internationally

 

5. Improve the perception of free zones globally and position them as areas that make valuable contributions to the local economy and promote sustainable business

 

6. Provide specialized operational, administrative, educational and networking services to Members, Partners and Observers through trainings as well as physical and electronic resources

 

7. Support and advise new free zones internationally as they develop

 

8. Become the global through leader on free zones and issues relating to them

 

Founding Members




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On 13 th and 14 th January 2014 a steering committee of 26 leaders and academics met to finalize the details on
the creation of a unifying non-governmental entity to bring together zones from across the globe to share their
achievements, exchange best practices and knowledge, support their continuous positive development and to
ensure the sustainability and continued success of the free zone model. This lead to the official launch of the
World Free Zones Organization on 19 th May 2014, in Dubai, UAE.
 
These are members of the steering committee and the first Board of Directors:
 
Dr. Mohammed Alzarooni
Director General of Dubai Airport Freezone (DAFZA)
Martin Ibarra
Honorary President and founder of the Free Zones Association of the Americas (AZFA)
PC Nambiar
Director of SEZ Biotech Services PVT Ltd, Pune, India
Rose Hynes
Chairman of Shannon Group plc
Julie Brown
President & CEO of Georgia Foreign-Trade Zone
Kenneth Carlstedt
Global Trade Compliance Manager for Momentive
Isidore Hodara
Isidoro Hodara, Director of Zonamerica, Vice President of Uruguay
Chris I have none
CEO of Carclon Group
Jose Luis Rodriguez
Commercial Director and Director of the Free Trade Zone of the Consortium The Free Trade Zone
Barcelona
Mehdi Tazi
Board member at TMSA, Tanger Med Special Agency and Managing Director of Tanger Free Zone
Francois Bost
Professor of Economic Geography at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne (URCA) in France. He’s a
member of the laboratory HABITER (EA 2076).
The late Luis Pellerano
Former Executive President of Las Americas Industrial Free Zone
Nasser Al Madani
Assistant Director General at Dubai Airport Freezone (DAFZA)



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