We work with governments, banks, public and private stakeholders, investors, development agencies, embassies, universities, scientific parks, NGO in European, Mediterranean, Africa, Maghrebian, Arabian, Asian, Pacific, Latin American countries to strengthen their business environment, increase their access to international markets, improve their infrastructure and give more people access to financial services.

We are a strong and trusted partner for our associates with a global network of experienced advisers and experts. Our network can open up doors which otherwise would remain closed thanks our good relationship with public and private decision makers.

CCIP creating new approaches to sustainable development projects that generates a strong developmental local, regional and national impact.
Our Experienced Team providing to our associates and customer the skills and knowledge to obtain facilities, funds, investment by sovereign financial institutions.



Two innovative ERASMUS + VET projects created by CCIP open the European Union Year of Youth 2022: Erasmus + VET Academy Influencers and Erasmus + VET Edutraining Digital LIVESTOCK. Own projects approved by Eruopean Erasmus + covers young people’s competences on digital business with a balanced mix of vocational edutaion training. Proposed by the Commission, the Year of Youth aims to promote opportunities for young people and engage them to become active citizens and actors of change. The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has welcomed the declaration of 2022 as the European Year of Youth but has warned it should go beyond mere promotional activities and should contribute towards the EU's youth strategy with clear plans and engagement, making sure it reaches the most vulnerable young people and those in disadvantaged areas. To this end, the EU should develop clear indicators and goals focusing on policies for young people and on work across different sectors, so that the activities that are organised do not become an end in themselves, the EESC said in the opinion on the European Year of Youth 2022, adopted at its December plenary.

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With every new year comes the opportunity for new international business.

Here are a few missions abroad for you to adopt


CCIP is partner of the most important Italian and international Congress and Events.  CCIP understands the competitive and rapidly evolving of the international exhibition and congress business. Our greatest strength is our ability to partner with exhibition fairs, international congress, public/private health institutions and provide a high quality, timely and value-added solutions and projects for a wide range of their needs.

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We are always seeking talented, skilled and enthusiastic partners to join our projects !

The CCIP runs a wide variety of importing and exporting training courses for international traders. We provide seminars and workshops on general export and import procedures and we can also provide bespoke training and consultancy to meet your exact international trade needs. The CCIP has great experience in delivering overseas trade missions and exhibitions and we have built up a wealth of knowledge and contacts which we are happy to share with companies looking to develop in overseas markets.


CCIP is the italian partner of China International Circular Economy Exhibition (CCE)   located in Beijing (Pekin) is one of the premier events worldwide for circular economy. High-profile industrial association and compagnie as well as innovative businesses join the exhibition – offering insights and opening the doors onto the world of modern economy.


The past years have shown us that Africa will play an increasingly important role in the global economy through its economies and people. According to the International Monetary Fund it is likely that over the next five years the average African economy will outpace its Asian counterpart. By 2040, Africa will be home to one in five of the planet’s young people, and the size of its labour force will top China’s. Africa will be home to 25 percent of the world’s workers. As a result of the growing economies Africa now has the fastest-growing middle class in the world.  The African market promises immense opportunities but suffers from limited access. Now is the right moment to invest in Africa trough strategic partnership and technology transfers.


We extend a warm invitation to the European, Mediterranean and Arabian industries and stakeholders to be partner of most important projects focused to the Africa. Our projects aims to provide extraordinary opportunity to create synergy for the development of social inclusion, sustainable development and make a significant progress with positive impact on the African population. There is an urgent

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The AADFI is our African Partner.


The Association of African Development Finance Institutions (AADFI) is a Continental organisation created  under the auspices of the African Development Bank in 1975. The objective of the Association is to promote economic and social development in Africa through co-operation among banks and financial institutions.



Usually the financial facilities, loans, grants are managed by ministerial departments and for the small and medium sized municipalities is not easy to have access to the information because are less affluent of big cities. This project aims to envisage the exploration of the possible use of the grants and loans available and to support all type of municipalities to increase their free participation for the development of municipal infrastructures and the provision of High Quality Public Services.


CCIP organises official delegations to the most important Italian and international trade shows and exhibitions. With our packages all you have to do is to make sure you catch the plane and you will benefit from valuable face-to-face contact. CCIP also organises ad-hoc national stands or national pavilions and assist the institutional & companies interested in exhibiting.





UN has dedicated a whole year to the creative economy and its critical role in promoting sustainable development, especially in a post-coronavirus world.

After a year of pandemic-induced lockdowns, there couldn’t be a better time to appreciate the creative economy. The United Nations is doing just this as it marks 2021 as the International Year of the Creative Economy for Sustainable Development. As the coronavirus pandemic closed traditional areas of life, many people took up a craft, read books, watched endless series and films, connected to digital concerts, or shopped online for the latest fashion. They helped sustain the creative economy, which is finally having its day – or more accurately, year – in the sun. In November 2020, the UN adopted resolution A/RES/74/198, declaring 2021 the “International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development”. 

COVID-19 has dealt a terrible blow to the creative industries, which employ more than 30 million people globally, mostly young people. In 2020, estimates say the cancellation of public performances alone has cost authors roughly 30% of global royalties, while the global film industry has lost $7 billion in revenues. UNCTAD has tracked trade in creative goods and services for close to 20 years, during which the growth rate of creative economy exports has often outpaced that of other industries.

The creative economy is neither new nor novel. If you get your broadcasts online or buy your news from a news stand, subscribe to an entertainment streaming service or go to your local cinema, buy clothes or furniture online or in a mall, read a book or listen to music en route to work, you are consuming a creative product or service. People conceptualize and arrange this work, then produce or publish it and, ideally, get paid for it. This is no different, really, from other production processes, except that the major input stems from original or copyrightable intellectual property (IP). The creative economy covers the knowledge-based economic activities upon which the ‘creative industries’ are based. These industries include advertising, architecture, arts and crafts, design, fashion, film, video, photography, music, performing arts, publishing, research and development, software, computer games, electronic publishing and TV/radio. The creative economy accounts for about 3% of global GDP, according to a 2015 study by professional services firm EY. But it’s worth is arguably much more when cultural value is added to its commercial gains.


These are monetary examples of a wider impact. The creative economy is proving to be a powerful emerging economic sector, strengthened by digitalization and a surge in services. Its contribution is likely to grow, experts say, and if key trends can be harnessed, we could be living in a much more creative world in the future.



CCIP, CLUB VIP MED, OLYMPUS HoReCa Network launche a new project for halal friendly incoming in Europe titled “MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME” focused to the Muslim travelers looking for added value to their trips with special products and services, developed and designed in accordance with the Islamic principles, to cater the needs and demands.


After the Sars-Cov-2 pandemic, the Islamic tourism could play a vital role in revitalising the economic development and growth and hence, spread the prosperity across the European countries.

The European LEADER Association for Rural Development (ELARD) is an international non-profit making association (aisbl) set up to improve the quality of life in rural areas and to maintain their population through sustainable, integrated local development. In doing so ELARD campaigns to spread the philosophy of the LEADER method both at a local grassroots and at an institutional level. ELARD was founded in Belgium in 1999 by the National LEADER Networks of Local Action Groups (LAGs) of France, Greece, Ireland, Italy and Spain. At present, more than 800 Local Action Groups are involved either through their national or regional networks or as individual members. Today ELARDs members come from the following 22 states: Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Republic of Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom. ELARD is currently working on expanding its membership base even further, especially among the new Member States and the pre-accession countries in an effort to create a culturally and nationally diverse front united by the common goal of a sustainable and viable rural Europe. The association is committed to involving all stakeholders in local rural development. ELARD supports its members directly in their efforts to carry out innovative work in the field of rural development and to network with each other in order to cooperate and disseminate good LEADER practices and know-how from one territory to another.

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