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The International Business Committee (IBC) expands AmCham Germany’s competence on an international level putting into practice its excellent member expertise as well as its global network of 112 AmChams. Considering prompt and efficient assistance its major asset, the IBC strives at all times to deliver first-hand information on current business development issues and additionally provides support with specific questions by establishing useful contacts worldwide.
Combining the resources and long-standing expertise of the former SMB committee and the German American Business Support Committee, the International Business Committee (IBC) expands AmCham Germany’s competence on an international level, without losing sight of its core mission, i.e. fostering transatlantic economic relations.
In a globalized business world, the IBC offers the most helpful contacts and practical guidance for business matters in the United States; further objectives of the committee include delivering first-hand information on current economic developments, unbureaucratic help for trade and investments as well as providing a useful and continually expanding network in the BRIC-states, NAFTA and Latin America.
For more information about the IBC and further assistance, please read on or call the IBC hotline at +49 69 929104-50.
Here is one example of how the IBC was able to help AmCham members.
A member article on the usage of English in the context of differing business cultures can be found here: “English Training on a global level – an intercultural perspective” by Alfred Weis, GoingAbroad.de