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Monaco’s own junior chamber of commerce, the JCEM, has added the Monegasque language to French and English on its website.
“A Zuvena Camera Ecunomica de Mùnegu à vistu u giurnu ün 1963 e, despöi, è prun stacàu â vita d’u Principatu,” the first line of the home page says, translated as “Since its launch in 1963, the Junior Chamber International Monaco has been at the heart of the economic fabric of the Principality of Monaco”.
The one-line introduction, in any language, could not be more apt. Through its work to develop the economic attractiveness of the Principality, the JCEM has enabled generations of young leaders and entrepreneurs to meet up in order to share their experiences, set up common projects and develop their business acumen.
The JCEM says its three main focuses are: entrepreneurship, training and networking. Since its inception 54 years ago, the JCEM as become an established proving ground for young entrepreneurs, of any nationality, and a launch pad for many successful businesses. It goes from strength to strength.
Its most prominent initiatives include the Business Plan Competition, the Economic Directory, the Startup Weekend, the Employer’s Guide, the Monaco Trade Survey, Get in the Ring, Graine d’Entrepreneur and the last to date, Business Time.
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