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  • Jan 20

    Board approves targets for 2022

    The AmCham Board held its semi-annual retreat to discuss the strategic direction for 2022. Among key priority areas will be fostering trade, investment between Latvia and the U.S. and raising awareness of economic opportunities between Latvia and the U.S., improving the business and investment climate in Latvia, getting prepared for the future of work and improving health outcomes of Latvia's society.

  • Jan 19

    BAFF program welcomes new applicants

    The Baltic-American Freedom Foundation is announcing call for applications for their Baltic-American Dialogue Program. All Baltic NGOs, public institutions, universities, chambers panning to invite lecturers or experts from the U.S. for the events and projects taking place from June 1, 2022 till January 31, 2023, are welcome to submit their applications by February 1, 2022.

  • Jan 19

    Empowering women in the digital world

    Our first Connect with AmCham webinar of 2022 on diversity and inclusion in the workplace and ways to build a more inclusive culture for women in the ICT sector was joined by two inspiring women and experts Anna Andersone, Chief Empowering Officer at Riga TechGirls and Alda Zeila, Inclusion and Diversity Lead at Accenture. They both shared their internal practices and advantages of collaborration that empower women to start their journey in the digital world.

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Daiga Auzina-Melalksne, Chair of NASDAQ Riga