The times we live in are bursting with change. The turbulent period of economic crisis and downsizing has now yielded the way to the chamber´s rapid growth, expansion and a new phase of its development.
Throughout the last 4 years, AmCham Estonia has taken on
In 2011, AmCham Estonia was accredited and joined the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (www.uschamber.com). This accreditation enabled us to join a large network of AmChams in Europe (www.amchamsineurope.eu) with the goal to exchange best practice ideas, mutual member company benefits and to provide a forum for discussion, debate and where necessary representation on issues relevant to the European business environment.
2013 marks another important partnership: AmCham Estonia-AmCham Finland collaboration program, which focused on the concept of “Twin Cities,” the topic of Rail Baltica, and featured member companies that belong to both AmChams. Most importantly, the cooperation was aimed to build networks and provide new business opportunities.
In 2016, the 3 Baltic chambers launched the new annual program – Pan-Baltic AmChams Meeting. The first meeting took place in Tallinn, in May 2016 and the fifth one is planned to take place in Fall 2020. The aim of the program is to strengthen the relations and collaboration between the three chambers (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania), and their member companies.