AmCham brings together companies from different industries & possibilities to improve a common ecosystem.
Valeria Kogan, Chairman of the Board of Smartomica
On September 30, AmCham members gathered for the traditional Meet AmCham event, which has become a fantastic opportunity for all members, old and new, to leatn about benefits they are entitled to receive, explore diversity of AmCham programs and ways to promote their brands through AmCham channels. The event, which was both an introduction of our newest members and networking opportunity, was a resounding success.
AmCham President Zinta Jansons welcomed members to the event and Vice President of Membership Pauls Miklasevics explained the value proposition of membership. Chamber's Executive Director Liga Bertulsone moderated the pitches from members who were invited to present their businesses, individual roles and expectations from membership. Presentations highlighted the diversity of thought and experiences. The 2020-2021 new members included Corporate Contributing members: Medtronic BV representative office and Swedbank Latvija; Corporate members: Hilton Garden Inn Riga Old Town, Reaton Department of Food sales and Tilde; Small Business members: Kaizen Institute Latvia and Medlex Baltics and a Non-Profit member: The Pink Train Foundation.
Following pitches, members had an opportunity to network and explore the Hilton Garden Inn Riga Old Town in a small tour around and to enjoy the Hilton's new food concept offering various cuisines.
The evening was fulfilled with new insights, great atmosphere, delicious food and fun. We look forward to expanding our network even further!
Meet AmCham is a new member orientation program designed to introduce members who have joined AmCham recently with the benefits and opportunities offered by members. In essence, this event is all about B2B networking offering to expand your network, connect with your fellow members and gain new customers and business partners.
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We joined AmCham as a community of shared values to expand our access to global competencies and to foster the quality of the health ecosystem.
Agrita Kiopa, Vice Rector for Science, Riga Stradins University