Being part of AmCham community brings valuable networking opportunities in different business areas as well as informal connections within Business After Hours.
Janis Zigurs, Business Manager Baltics & Iceland at Kenvue
On February 26, the AmCham Labor Force work group convened for its first meeting of the year. The group discussed the Human Capital development strategy of the Ministry of Economics and AmCham response on it, as well as the next steps to submit recommendations to amend the Labor Law. Representatives from FICIL also joined the discussion with their comments on Human Capital Strategy, their working group priorities and how we can align our efforts.
More than 230 foreign investor representatives met with Edgars Rinkevics, President of Latvia at a Joint Chamber business luncheon on February 12 to hear the President discuss the future perspectives and competitive advantages of Latvia. In a lively discussion, moderated by journalist Pauls Raudseps, the President answered many questions raised by investors focusing on FDI attraction and competitiveness, security, human capital, sustainability, and transparency. The event was hosted by the American, German-Baltic, Norwegian and Swedish Chambers of Commerce.Read all >
This year the title of the winning team, a trophy cup, and prizes were awarded to the DNB team with a combined score of 991 pts. The best players were Andris Ciukors, Evija Silkalne, and Līva Dumpe of DNB.Read all >
The conference “Russia’s War on Children” brought together international officials, lawyers, journalists, NGOs, diplomats and other defense, foreign law and war crimes experts to discuss the possibilities for returning abducted children to Ukraine.Read all >
On January 30, the AmCham Healthcare work group convened for its first meeting of the year. The group discussed its priorities for 2024 - sustainable healthcare financing models, digital health implementation, precision medicine development, and Value-based medical procurements. The next meeting will take place on March 4.Read all >
In Nasdaq we strive to build sustainable principles into our solutions because it is the key to long-term global prosperity. AmCham is an organization where well-governed and transparent companies of different sizes and origins meet. This is why I am delighted to contribute to improving the business culture and corporate governance through AmCham.
Liene Dubava, Chair of the Management Board of Nasdaq Riga Stock Exchange