AmCham Germany's Berlin-Brandenburg chapter, located around Germany's political capital and largest city, grants members access to a highly valuable set of connections in the fields of politics, business, R&D and healthcare. The chapter is also active in bringing together entrepreneurs, especially with the region's manufacturing Mittelstand. Carl Graf von Hohenthal of BRUNSWICK GROUP GmbH serves as Regional Committee Chair.
AmCham Germany's Dresden chapter promotes the growth of U.S. companies by ensuring their interests are reflected in locally-made economic decisions. Boasting a highly-motivated workforce and investor-friendly authorities, Dresden served as a prime location for AmCham Germany's 106th Annual Membership Meeting. Dr. Heribert Heckschen from Heckschen & van de Loo is the current Regional Committee Chair.
AmCham Germany's Düsseldorf chapter is situated in a region famous for its strength in the telecommunications, biotechnology, logistics and service industries. Regional members benefit from a wide variety of seminars and working lunches, the results of which are often shared with local governments and the US Consulate. The Regional Committee is chaired by Dr. Alexander Schröder-Frerkes from Bird & Bird LLP.
AmCham Germany's Erfurt chapter is active in addressing current transatlantic topics and providing useful networking opportunities through its Business After Hours events. Ideally located in Germany's center, Thuringia is home to a wide range of industries, including automotive, the life sciences, mechanical engineering and
photonics. Stefan Hertwig of Schenker Deutschland AG currently chairs the chapter.
AmCham Germany's Hamburg chapter, located in Germany's second-largest city, benefits from the influx of international trade and economic activity emanating from one of Europe's largest ports. Chapter activities extend well beyond the confines of Hamburg and include cities such as Bremen, Rostock and Schwerin. Dr. Henning C. Schneider of Latham & Watkins LLP serves as Chair.
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