ABOUT THE MONACO ECONOMIC BOARD
The MONACO ECONOMIC BOARD (MEB) promotes the Principality’s economy and actively participates in its development. Established as an association in 1999, the MEB is the Monaco Government’s operational arm. Comprising companies, professional bodies and State representatives, the MEB’s Board represents all economic stakeholders in the Principality. As a fully fledged member of the International Chamber of Commerce, the MEB is the Monegasque National Committee within this global organisation, and is also a member of the World Economic Forum.
MONACO ECONOMIC BOARD MISSIONS
> MONACO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The MEB’s priority is to provide services to the 500-plus companies in Monaco who have already chosen to become members. The MEB supports their development on a local and international level, offering them a host of activities and services such as Trade Missions abroad, talks and events in Monaco, and privileged access to its many networks (the Monegasque Diplomatic and Consular Corps, Chambers of Commerce world-wide, Monaco Business Etranger ect..)
> INVEST MONACO
The MEB seeks and accompanies foreign businesses wishing to establish in the Principality. An important aspect of its role is to work closely with the Monaco Government, and in particular the Welcome Office, to assist newcomers settle in. Complimentary and confidential, Invest Monaco is on hand to help companies every step of the way to ensure setting up a business in the Principality is simple and straightforward.
> MONACO COORDINATION
The MEB is also responsible for coordinating promotional and development actions undertaken abroad by public and private entities from Monaco. The aim is to encourage synergies between stakeholders in business, science, arts and sport who are contributing to the Principality’s attractiveness and influence in the world.