ICC adds Head of EU Affairs in Brussels

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) grows its Brussels presence to strengthen engagement with the European Union (EU).

ICC, the world’s largest business organisation, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Tom Vöge as Head of EU Affairs.


His career spans 18 years in intergovernmental organisations, management and strategy consulting, and academia and research institutes. A senior public policy and government affairs professional, Tom is an internationally recognised expert in the areas of sustainability, trade facilitation and industry, covering regulations, governance, and technology innovation.


Commenting on Mr Vöge’s appointment, ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO said: “In this time of rapidly shifting politics impacting everything from trade to climate change, we believe strongly that our global agenda could benefit from greater engagement with the  EU and other stakeholders in Brussels.”

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Tom Vöge, ICC’s Head of EU Affairs
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