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The PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) is a non-government, not-for-profit industry-led and industry-managed organization, which plays a role in industrial development processes.
PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) has been working as a catalyst for the promotion of Indian industry, trade and entrepreneurship for the past 117 years. It is a forward looking, proactive and dynamic PAN-India apex organization. As a partner in progress with industry and government, PHDCCI works at the grass roots level with strong national and international linkages for propelling progress, harmony and integrated development of the Indian economy.
PHDCCI, acting as the “Voice of Industry & Trade” reaching out to more than 1,500,000 large, medium and small industries, has forged ahead leveraging its legacy with the industry knowledge across multiple sectors to take Indian Economy to the next level.
At the global level, we have been working with the Embassies and High Commissions in India and overseas to bring in the International Best Practices and Business Opportunities.
PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, established in 1905, is a proactive National Apex Chamber working at the grass-root level and with strong national and international linkages. The Chamber acts as a catalyst in the promotion of industry, trade and entrepreneurship. PHD Chamber, through its research-based policy advocacy role, positively impacts the economic growth and development of the nation. PHD Chamber is more than an organisation of the business community, as it lives by the chosen motto “In Community’s Life & Part of It” and contributes significantly to socio-economic development and capacity building in several fields.
PHDCCI is a National Apex Chamber having its international office in Bahrain for 6 GCC countries, with 1,300,000 companies as its members base, a total focus on the development of small and medium businesses. PHDCCI has co-opted National and International Industry Associations and Organisations through over 100 MoUs signed between the parties.
One of the latest initiatives of the chamber is their PHD-MSME Mentoring and Guidance Centre, which render assistance to MSMEs through policy advocacy for implementation of best practices, bringing "ease of doing business" , providing information and mentoring support and establishing linkages between MSME members and Inputs/service providers. The Centre would also facilitate: Technological Advancement in MSMEs through effective Industry, Government Research Partnerships; Carryout programs for improvement in productivity and efficiency of MSMEs; Guidance and Mentoring to First Generation Entrepreneurs for new Enterprise Creation.
Likewise, the PHD-MSME Mentoring and Guidance Centre play a pivotal role in improving the entire ecosystem for the promotion and growth of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in India and Internationally. The Centre will provide Information, Knowledge, Mentoring, Policy Advocacy and Value added services to its members.
Goals and Purpose
As the premier national apex Chamber of Commerce and Industry with national and international linkages, The PHD Chamber continues to:
- Enhance its leadership role by being proactive and providing quality services to its constituents.
- Act as a catalyst for rapid economic development and prosperity of the community in the region through the promotion of trade, industry and services.
- Strengthen linkages for technological advancement through effective industry, and government research partnerships.
- Emphasize productivity, improve work ethos and encourage business ethics.
- Enhance the image of the business by effectively projecting its credibility and commitment to society at large.
Recognition and Awards
PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) is one of the Premier Chambers in India to have been accredited with “Diamond Grade” by NABET (QCI), at national and international level.
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PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, established in 1905, is a proactive and dynamic multi-State apex organisation working at the grass-root level and with strong national and international linkages. PHD Chamber acts as a catalyst in the promotion of industry, trade and entrepreneurship. PHD HOUSE, the headquarters of the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is a prestigious and popular venue for business interactions. It offers most modern recently renovated infrastructure facilities for holding Conferences, Meetings, and Seminars.
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PHDCCI to organise Sustainable Textiles Summit on September 22-23
India is amongst the world’s largest producers and exporters of textiles. Textiles are not only the necessities of an individual but have also grown to be a style statement generating a huge amount of profits for companies in India as well as globally. However, these vivid, eccentric apparels have a dark side as the textile industry is one of the most unsustainable industries. Finding sustainable alternatives is essential to reduce the damaging environmental effects. Experts of international repute from France, Sweden and Germany, besides India will address and participate in the Sustainable Textile Summit to address the pertinent topics on textile sustainability.
The summit will have one main session followed by three thematic sessions. The main session will focus on ‘Sustainable and Circular Textile’ and will discuss ‘Building sustainability and circularity in the textile value chain’, ‘Policy reforms and strategy for textiles sustainability’, and ‘Environmental issues’.
There will be special addresses by Upendra Prasad Singh, secretary, ministry of textiles, Government of India. The Department of Textile and Fibre Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-D) is the Knowledge Partner for the summit, while Fibre2Fashion, the leading global B2B portal for the textile-apparel industry, is the Digital Media Partner.
Session 1 on the theme ‘Recycling Textiles’ will see a panel discussion on topics such as reducing textile waste in landfill, increasing recycling and reuse, post-industry textile waste, post-consumer textile waste, sourcing fabric from pre-used textile products, recycling technologies, and global best practices in recycling textiles. The special address will be delivered by Sudhir Kumar, adviser, NITI Aayog, and leading textile industries such as Reliance Industries Ltd, RSWM Ltd – Bhilwara Group, Oerlikon Textile, etc and the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) will participate in the session.
The next session on the theme ‘Role of Brands in Textile Sustainability’ will have a special address by Vijoy Kumar Singh, additional secretary, ministry of textiles, Government of India. Panellists at this session will discuss topics like opportunities & challenges in sustainable textiles, the role of government in promoting sustainability, sharing economy, circular product design and sustainability, and global brands’ best practices in sustainability. The leading brands Reliance Industries and Marks & Spencer will participate in the session.
The final session on Day 2 will have ‘Digital Manufacturing, Industry 4.0 & Sustainability’ as its theme. Prajakta L Verma, joint secretary, ministry of textiles, Government of India, will give a special address, which will be followed by a panel discussion. Topics including automation and smart manufacturing, sustainable fibres, Industry 4.0 – digital manufacturing, supply chain visibility, and supply chain resilience would be discussed.
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Louisiana’s Stephen Waguespack Joins U.S. Chamber of Commerce
January 04, 2024
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today the U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced the hiring of pro-business advocate and veteran political operative Stephen Waguespack as Special Counsel. In this capacity, he will partner with the Chamber’s leadership team on special projects related to his areas of expertise, which include energy, insurance, legal reform, workforce development, small business issues, and state-level advocacy.
Suzanne P. Clark, President and CEO of the U.S. Chamber, said, “Stephen is joining the Chamber at a very important time for the American business community and the nation overall. His legal, policy, and grassroots expertise and relationships on Capitol Hill, in the states, and with some of America’s biggest and smallest companies, are a tremendous asset. We look forward to his counsel as we promote and protect a pro-growth economic environment that allows businesses to do what they do best – serve customers, solve problems, and advance society.”
Neil Bradley, the Chamber’s Executive Vice President and Chief Policy Officer, said, “Stephen has a well-earned reputation for his policy and political acumen and has been a trusted ally to advocates for free enterprise in Louisiana, Washington, D.C., and across the country. Employers are facing an unprecedented regulatory onslaught, attempts at all levels of government to micromanage business decisions, record levels of policy uncertainty, and growing threats from the trial bar and union bosses. My colleagues and I could not be more pleased that he is bringing his expertise to the Chamber as we fight back to defend the American free enterprise system.”
Prior to joining the Chamber, Waguespack led the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry for ten years as its president and CEO. LABI is the largest and most effective business advocacy group in the state and is the State Chamber of Commerce and State Manufacturer Association.
He also served on the staff of U.S. Representative Joe Barton (R-TX) and worked as a policy director, executive counsel, and chief of staff on both the campaign and in the administration of former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal. Waguespack also was an attorney at Jones Walker LLP, a Vice President for the Alpine Group in Washington, D.C., and most recently ran as a Republican candidate for Governor of Louisiana.
Waguespack received a J.D. from The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in mass communication from Louisiana State University.
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Yakima-born banking expert named new Chamber of Commerce CEO, vows local support
by Khirstia Sheffield
It's been over a decade since the Chamber of Commerce voted its first woman CEO in its 125-year history.
This year, a new CEO is taking over, hoping to extend the tradition.
Kristi Foster is born and raised in Yakima, and she's spent most of her life working in banking, but through her work in the world of finances, she tells me her passion has grown into helping advocate for local businesses and that's exactly what she plans to do in her new role.
"It's a voice for them," said Kristi Foster, CEO of Yakima Chamber of Commerce. "It's going to be a voice for their needs and someone that's going to look out for them."
For over a century the Yakima Chamber of Commerce has made it its mission to cultivate a successful and cohesive climate across the Valley.
Through seminars, networking and providing other supportive services, the Chamber in many ways, kept businesses alive.
Now with over one thousand business members and a new CEO, Kristi Foster is hoping to bring a new feel to the Chamber.
"I know the ins and outs and the workings of the chamber," said Foster. "But it's still a different role and it's scary, but exciting."
Foster says she's spent over 30 years in the banking industry developing her own relationships with businessowners in Yakima.
"I know all of my customers [on a] first-name basis and [I] know their struggles and [I] know their good times, bad times and it's just been a goal of mine to help with that," said Foster.
As the new CEO she tells me she's excited to hit the ground running to learn what the most pressing issues are for businessowners.
"Within the first 30 to 90 days [I want to] go out and meet every single one of members and just say I'm here what are your needs from the chamber," said Foster.
Foster says she knows many businesses haven't been able to recover from the pandemic, and she wants to prioritize finding holes that have kept businesses from getting back to where they were before.
"I think it's going to be important to find out what is needed for each industry and how they are still being affected and how we can help with that," said Foster.
Kristi Foster will officially be taking office Monday, Jan. 8, 2024.
JAX Chamber: time to "look ahead" after removal of Confederate statues
JAX Chamber weighed in on the removal of statutes from a Confederate monument in Springfield Park by saying it's time to "look ahead" and tackle other issues facing the city.
Mayor Donna Deegan ordered the removal of the statues last week and has faced criticism from City Council members about the process she used . But no council members have sought to move the statues back to the Springfield Park.
"The statues have been removed and it's time to look ahead," the chamber said in a statement released Thursday. "Our community has major issues in front of us this year and we are proudly partnering with Mayor Deegan and the City Council to move our city forward."
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"As a business community, we're focused on continuing to attract investment and jobs to Jacksonville and ensuring everyone in our city has the opportunity to succeed," the chamber said in a statement released on X.
JAX Chamber is the largest business group in the city. The Jacksonville Civic Council, a smaller organization comprised of business and civic leaders, issued a statement a week ago supporting Deegan's action.
"Great progress can occur when we all unite around a common vision and move our city forward," Civic Council Board Chairman Eric Mann and CEO Dennis Whittle said in their statement. "To move forward, it is time we put the issue of Confederate monuments behind us."
The state Legislature will consider bills in its upcoming session that would force cities that moved historic monuments in recent years to move them back to their original condition.
President Biden in Milwaukee: Live coverage recap from Hero Plumbing, Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce
Posted: December 20, 2023 | Last updated: December 20, 2023
President Joe Biden came to Milwaukee Wednesday to pitch a message of economic improvement and business growth under his administration with a focus on Black voters in Milwaukee.
His visit to the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce came as Democrats look to counter a lack of enthusiasm for a potential 2020 rematch between Biden and former President Donald Trump, especially among Black voters.
Biden arrived at Mitchell International Airport at about 10:45 a.m. and came off the plane about 10 minutes later.
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He was greeted by Gov. Tony Evers and his wife Kathy, Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson, Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley and Colonel Adria Zuccaro, Wing Commander of the 128th Air Refueling Wing.
Here's a recap of Biden's day in Milwaukee:
Biden speaks at Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce
At about 12:45 p.m., Biden gave his primary remarks at the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce , 2900 W. Vliet St.
He pointed to progress made through legislation like the American Rescue Plan and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. And he promised Black workers would benefit from his administration's economic strategy that he described as a "fundamental break from trickle-down economics."
"We always believe diversity is our strength as a nation. I don't believe as ... the former president said again yesterday, that immigrants are polluting our blood," Biden said. "The economy in our nation is stronger when we're tapping into the full full range of talents in this nation."
He wrapped up his speech at about 1:15 p.m. and took off from Mitchell at about 2:30 p.m.
More: Here's how Wisconsin's Black chamber plans to create 3,000 new businesses statewide by 2024
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Biden's first stop is at Hero Plumbing on N. 27th St.
Biden's first stop after arriving was at Hero Plumbing LLC , 4365 N. 27th St., where he was joined by owner Rashawn Spivey.
Hero Plumbing removes and replaces lead pipes in the city — it's done 600 lead pipes so far — aligning with Biden's goal to remove lead pipes by the end of the decade.
“This was a really nice neighborhood before the manufacturing left,” Spivey said, noting the loss of a high-rise corporation just blocks away.
“We created 800,000 new manufacturing jobs. It’s coming back,” Biden responded.
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Protestors denounce Biden for lack of Israel-Hamas ceasefire support
Across the street from the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce, pro-Palestinian protesters assembled to deliver a message. They’re demanding that Biden and the United States support a ceasefire in Gaza to end the Israel-Hamas conflict.
And they’re threatening to take their case to the ballot box in next year’s presidential election.
The protest was organized by the Wisconsin Coalition for Justice in Palestine , which represents more than 60 organizations.
“What is happening in Gaza is genocide and he is complicit with that genocide, so he has blood on his hands,” said attorney Munjed Ahmad. “We still expect him to call for a ceasefire and not have the U.S. stand alone on the wrong side of history.”
Ahmad noted that Wisconsin is a swing state that Biden narrowly won over former President Donald Trump in 2020.
“He won Wisconsin by about 20,000 votes only,” Ahmad said. “We are a voting bloc that is way more than 20,000. He will not win Wisconsin without our votes. And at this point, he doesn't have them. It is our intention to abandon him because of the complicity with the genocide.”
Biden says 'no expectation' for another Israel-Hamas hostage deal
At the airport, Biden said "there’s no expectation at this point," of another deal for hostages in the Israel-Hamas conflict "but we're pushing."
Asked about the milestone expected of 20,000 Palestinians killed in Israel’s war with Hamas in Gaza, he said, “It’s tragic.”
Biden declines comment on Colorado ruling, says 'no question' Trump supported Jan. 6 insurrection
Also at the airport, the president declined to comment on the Colorado Supreme Court ruling that Trump be removed from the ballot.
But he said there was "no question" that Trump supported the Jan. 6 insurrection.
“It’s self-evident. You saw it all. Now whether the 14th Amendment applies, I’ll let the court make that decision. But he certainly supported an insurrection. No question about it. None. Zero. And he seems to be doubling down on about everything. Anyway.”
What is the Black Chamber of Commerce?
The Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce is an organization dedicated "to make(ing) Black people the largest employer of Black people," according to Chairman/CEO Ruben Hopkins.
The chamber, which was created in the early 2000s, executes that mission in a variety of ways by investing in Black-owned businesses; providing entrepreneurial training; offering seed money to help start-ups get off the ground; providing technical assistance and helping existing businesses seeking to expand; and marketing.
Other chamber plans include creating a Black business expo for Wisconsin.
Hopkins' latest goal is called the 3,000 Black Business Challenge , which hopes to create 3,000 new Black-owned businesses in the state by 2024.
More: What is the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce, and why is Biden visiting there?
What are Republicans saying about Biden?
Wisconsin Republicans blasted the Biden administration ahead of the president's visit. In a Wednesday morning call with reporters, Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said without more aggressive efforts to control illegal immigration in the country, Black families will be affected financially and personally.
"Without proper documentation, without work permits, (people who enter the country illegally) are going to be employed by the underground economy — that's going to undermine every Americans wage, but certainly it'll impact African American families as well. One dollar held by an African American family is only worth 85 cents," Johnson said.
"Counterfeit fentanyl tablets will kill Black Americans just like it'll kill white and Hispanic Americans as well."
Johnson and U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, who represents the First Congressional District, also argued that "Bidenomics" has been an economic failure and cited the lingering effects of high prices on voters' wallets, though inflation has cooled down .
Biden struggling with his job approval rating
Biden is no stranger to low approval numbers — particularly since August 2021. According to the Marquette Law School poll, that was the last and only time the president registered positive favorability in his job rating throughout his entire presidency, based on Marquette’s polling.
Since then, the 81-year-old Biden has seen those numbers of favorability and approval decrease within Wisconsin, as well as nationally. Throughout the beginning of his first term, Biden recorded an average net favorability rating of minus-10. His net job approval in Wisconsin over his three years as president sits at minus-11.
According to the Marquette Law School poll, the president’s most recent job approval in Wisconsin is 42%.
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How many times has Biden been to Wisconsin this year?
This was the president's third visit to Wisconsin in 2023.
His most recent stop in Milwaukee had been in August, right before the first Republican presidential debate . He also went to Madison immediately after his State of the Union Speech in February.
Vice President Kamala Harris also visited Milwaukee in August , focusing on the administration's broadband efforts.
And First Lady Jill Biden made recent stops in Madison and northeastern Wisconsin to promote cancer initiatives and meet with members of the Menominee Nation.
More: President Joe Biden coming to Milwaukee to tout small-business growth, economic policies
Are any future White House trips to Wisconsin planned?
Harris will return to Wisconsin to Wisconsin on Jan. 22 to kick off a “nationwide reproductive freedoms tour." The date marks the 51st anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which was overturned last year.
Abortion proved a key issue in driving turnout for the governor's race and state Supreme Court election that flipped the court to a liberal majority.
Presidential candidates are sure to continue making campaign stops in Wisconsin as the 2024 elections draw closer.
More: With Biden visit and GOP debate, the fight for Wisconsin's 2024 votes is already underway
What was turnout in Milwaukee like for Biden in 2020?
Turnout in Milwaukee for the 2020 presidential election was virtually the same as it was in 2016.
Biden performed worse than then-Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in wards where at least 50% of residents were Black, picking up about 5,100 fewer votes.
Molly Beck, TJ Dysart and Lawrence Andrea of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel contributed to this story.
This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: President Biden in Milwaukee: Live coverage recap from Hero Plumbing, Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce
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