IFAB’s network continues to expand: today we welcome the Chamber of Commerce of Romagna in our membership program. An important agreement that will allow to set new synergies for the territorial development, offering SMEs new opportunities of growth.
The Chamber of commerce of Romagna – Forlì-Cesena and Rimini is a public body with functional autonomy that carries out, within the territorial area of competence, functions of general interest to the business and consumer system and promotes the development of the local economy.
The territorial division of the Chamber of commerce of Romagna concerns two provinces, Forlì-Cesena and Rimini, and the Chamber has three headquarters, one in each main city (Forlì, Cesena and Rimini).The total area of the two provinces is 3,300 sq km, it includes 57 municipalities and the resident population amounts to 730,837 inhabitants, of which 11.6% foreigners. In the territory there are productive and district specializations, with a widespread entrepreneurship: 99 active enterprises every thousand inhabitants, for a total of about 90,000 registered companies.
Being present and doing business is the mission of the Chamber of Commerce of Romagna, for the well-being of people and the development of Romagna, with a data driven vision, oriented towards research and innovation to promote knowledge and change.
The Chamber of Commerce of Romagna directs its own activities to the search for innovation to offer local companies and citizens quality services, simplification of activities connected to business life and new economical opportunities.
Through its special Agency CISE – Center for innovation and economic development, the Chamber works to direct local development to responsible innovation, sustainability for environment and people, networking expertise in collaboration with the local innovation ecosystem. In collaboration with other local actors, CISE finds European resources for the territory, in favor of innovation.
CISE is also an SA8000 training and certification body and is accredited by the Emilia-Romagna High Technology Network.
Find out more on www.romagna.camcom.it