Junior Chapter of the WTCC:
The World Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce Junior Chapter (WTCCJC) was organized in October, 2010 with a principle mission of providing a networking platform to facilitate exchange and interaction among younger entrepreneurs and professionals of Taiwanese origin located throughout the various regions of the WTCC subchapter locale.
Objectives of the WTCCJC:
1. Facilitate interaction among junior chapter members. Strengthen the junior chapter to provide a platform for mutual commerce and cooperation among its members.
2. Enable communication exchanges among members from all over the world to share cultural, economic, and regional specific business knowledge.
3. Gather trade sector and banking sector knowledge that are specific to different countries to facilitate useful information sharing among members of WTCCJC and WTCC.
4. Enhance the social status for members and provide a stronger base for voicing member concerns to ensure the rights and privileges of members in the various countries they reside.
5. Increase the frequency of cultural and commercial exchange for junior representatives from difference countries, thereby facilitating the economic development at members’ home countries.
Objectives of the WTCC:
The World Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce (WTCC) was established in September, 1994 to unite the various regional Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce located throughout the world. Its purpose is to provide a consolidated platform to enable a stronger and wider reaching international network to facilitate global information sharing and commercial exchange.
Currently, the WTCC has regional (continental) member chapters in North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, Central and South America, and Oceania, covering over 68 countries with subchapters in over 100 large global metropolitan cities and a total membership base in excess of 40,000 entrepreneurs and businesses.