AmCham is a place to meet representatives of other industries and understand the business environment.
Signe Velina, Market Access Manager Latvia of Johnson & Johnson
On March 26-28, 40 representatives of 26 AmChams in Europe met in Brussels for the Transatlantic Conference and AmCham EU's 11th annual Policy Briefing.
AmChams in Europe members participated in a two-day conference which consisted of interactive panel sessions, guest speakers and working lunches, aimed to present to the AmChams the policy issues being discussed in Brussels and allow them to engage with key EU stakeholders and develop their network outside their Member State.
The program kicked-off with a Transatlantic Cocktail at the AmCham EU office with Member State and EU stakeholders, senior U.S. Mission staff, members of AmCham EU and Executive Directors from across Europe.
On 27 March at the 2014 Transatlantic Conference a study by Daniel S. Hamilton and Joseph P. Quinlan The Transatlantic Economy 2014 was launched. In the context of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations, the study provides key insights about the U.S. and Europe in the global economy, with important implications for policy-makers, business leaders and local officials.
AmCham is a great place for networking, exchanging ideas and generating new business directions.
Peteris Kokovkins, Director of Baltic Technology Group