Being part of AmCham is a great way to maintain business contacts with entrepreneurs and professionals.
Normunds Bergs, Chief Executive Officer, SAF Tehnika
Following our top priorities related to improvement of the business climate and transparency in our country, the Chamber held a conference on the new Whistleblowers Law at the end of March together with Transparency International Latvia (DELNA) and five Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Latvia to raise awareness about the Whistleblower's protection law and its implications on businesses in Latvia.
The Whistleblowers Law, which took effect on May 1, 2019, requires companies employing over 50 people to introduce certain whistleblowing mechanisms.
The conference was attended by more than 70 members and supported by the U.S. Embassy in Latvia, airBaltic, Bite Latvija and Riga Business School.
AmCham represents the interests of its members, making membership a valuable asset.
Matiss Kukainis, Partner at Spigulis & Kukainis