Danela Arsovska is the president of Macedonian Chambers of Commerce, chair of the Union of Employers’ Organisations of Macedonia and General Council member of the World Chambers Federation.
As president of Macedonian Chambers of Commerce which is a union of 33 national chambers of commerce and the largest national business organization, Arsovska continuously represents the interests of the business sector and promotes national and international trade based on principles of free and fair competition. She is devoted to creating opportunities and better conditions for investments in all sectors and through policy creation, she enhances the public-private dialogue on a national level. Currently, she is a member of the National Council for European Integration in the National Assembly–Parliament in R. Macedonia, member of the World Bank ICSID in Washington, court member of the OSCE Court of Conciliation and Arbitration in Geneva and the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris.
Arsovska is an advocate for human rights, one of the Macedonian Women Entrepreneurs Association founders, as well as the initiator of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the national business sector. In 2018 the World Business Angels Investment Forum awarded Arsovska as “The Best Business Woman Role Model of south-east Europe”.