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21st Annual General Meeting

Welcome to the 21st IBC Annual General Meeting!

The 21st Annual General Meeting of the International Business Congress e.V. will be held on 26-27 April, 2018 in New-Delhi, India. The hosting party is SREI. The conference venue will be the hotel Andaz Aerocity. For accommodation we also recommend hotel Andaz. 
Please note that the first day of the conference (Thursday, 26 April) is dedicated to the meetings of the IBC Working Committees. On Friday, 27 April the formal part (Plenary Session, Afternoon Conference) will take place.

We kindly ask you to read the information below on Vaccine recommendations and Visa requirements.

Representatives of the IBC member companies are welcome to get registered online or per filling in the respective registration form. Accommodation can be booked using the booking form.

Welcome to the 21st IBC Annual General Meeting!

International Business Congress (IBC) e. V.

The 18th Annual General Meeting held in Belgrade on 28 May, 2015, marked the beginning of a new era in the work of our organization – a new turn of the spiral – a truly historic moment.

The majority of the General Assembly voted in favour of decisions for expanding this organization’s geographic reach.
As a result, required adjustments and modifications in the charter have been approved. In addition to it, our members took decisions on the new name and the new logo for our association.

We have a pleasure to confirm that we have received the official legal approval from the authorities at local court of Berlin-Charlottenburg. With effect from 28th August 2015 our association is officially registered under the name:

International Business Congress (IBC) e. V.

With the same date our new charter entered into force.

The secretariat is available per E-Mail under: info@ibc-secretariat.org
The telephone and fax numbers remain unchanged.


The IBC International Business Congress e.V. (former EBC European Business Congress e. V.) is an international, non-governmental and non-profit Organisation (NGO) founded in December 1997 in Bonn, Germany. As of July 2016, the IBC has 122 members from 28 countries worldwide. Statutory bodies of the IBC are the General Assembly, the Presiding Committee and the Board of Directors.

The President of the IBC is Dr. Alexey Miller, PJSC Gazprom. Vice-president is Klaus Schäfer, Uniper SE.

The IBC objectives are:

  • Supporting the development of intergovernmental and international economic cooperation
  • Promoting economic development
  • Promoting a sustainable dialogue between politics and private business

These objectives will be achieved and especially implemented by

  • open and trustful discussion of actual challenges and problems of common interest in the various Working Committees and subsequent formulation of practical solutions
  • passing such results as recommendations on to governments and responsible authorities as well as to other NGOs
  • promoting an efficient exchange of information between IBC and international organisations and fostering contacts inside the IBC and externally
  • promoting co-operation between companies and international organisations
  • organising and supporting conferences and seminars on actual entrepreneurial topics

The core activity of the IBC, which creates its high attractiveness for the members and which distinguishes the IBC as something unique, is to offer a platform for open discussion in the various Working Committees and Sub-Working Groups which convene approx. four times a year. To date eight Working Committees have been formed.