EACCNY Chapter Events
The European American Chamber of Commerce® hosts a wide variety of events, from in-depth macro economic, legal and financial panel discussions featuring industry leaders, to smaller round table discussions on trade and investment related matters that directly affect individual small and medium size business.
Our educational seminars, roundtables, panel-discussions and conferences are designed to educate our membership and the Tri-State region business community on matters relevant to both the US & European business communities. They also provide a platform to exchange ideas and network with fellow executives from the US and Europe.
Below is a list of our upcoming events in New York. We hope we will be able to welcome you at our next event. To stay informed about our programs join our mailing list.
To serve educational needs of individual company (or group of companies traveling as part of a trade mission) we have developed a bespoke specialty workshop series to help European executives better understand the U.S. business environment and American companies the European market and the requirements necessary to successfully do business on either side of the Atlantic. These workshops are conducted by experts from within the EACC network, highly personalized and tailored to the specific requests and needs of each group.
We also offer a number of member’s-only programs, to learn more about these and to join the EACC network as a member call us at +1 212-808-2707.
For seminars organised by our sister chapters please refer to the links on the bottom of this page.
Join us for a discussion about the viability of negotiating a transatlantic trade agreement. We will be joined by three imminent experts, who themselves have successfully negotiated trade agreements. Our panel will outline what It will take to achieve a trade agreement between the EU and the US and what realistically can be done in the interim to iron out some of the hurdles that are currently inhibiting trade between the EU the US.
From an economic & Government standpoint: which measures have worked to address the COVID-19 Pandemic and which ones did not and why? Looking ahead what will be the long-term fall out of the COVID-19 pandemic and how can it be mitigated.
Europe is embarking on a transition towards climate neutrality and digital leadership. The European industrial strategy to be launched in the Spring of 2021 aims to ensure that European industry can lead the way as we enter this new age. The initiative is backed up by EU COVID Recovery Fund, which will invest €750 billion in rebuilding the European economy. The strategy consists of three drivers will transform our industry, support our small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and keep Europe sustainable and competitive.
Despite a rocky start, the vaccine rollout is now accelerating and Europe can look forward to a progressive return to normalcy in the coming months. With consumer optimism on the rise and firms investing in the re-opening, the stage is set for a sharp acceleration of economic activity in the second half of 2021.
The United States Congress kicked off the new year by enacting the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020, which became law only after both houses of Congress overrode then-President Trump’s veto of the proposed legislation. The Anti-Money Laundering Act is one of the most significant reforms since the USA Patriot Act of 2001 almost 20 years ago.
Where is Europe’s economy headed? The continent’s growth should be picking up steam as vaccination programs kick in, lock-downs and travel restrictions are relaxed and global trade recovers. The United States, Great Britain, China and other economies which put the Covid-19 crisis into the rear mirror quicker, are already buzzing with economic activity.
This Transatlantic Program is brought to you by EACC Netherlands Since the consequences will be experienced sooner than we all believe, we are pleased to invite you for a conversation on climate-related (security) risks with former Commander in Chief of the Dutch Armed Forces Tom Middendorp. Although COVID19 is a game changer for the economy, it is unfortunately not the only one. More than 50% of the top 10 risks listed in The Global Risk Report of the World Economic Forum are climate related.
Other EACC Chapter Events
For upcoming events in our sister chapters visit:
As a member of the EACC Network you can attend programs at our sister chapters. Do reach out to the chapter nearest you to learn more about other benefits a membership offers. We look forward to hearing from you.