Welcome to The American Chamber of Commerce

AmCham’s aim is to be a critical hub offering connections and access to opportunity. AmCham gives members exclusive access to thought leadership, communities of interest, policy advice, business advocacy, information, and relationships with business and government. We are the hub providing members with a competitive advantage to grow their businesses efficiently and intelligently.

Our roots are in America, but today we serve the business community across Australia and the entire Asia-Pacific region. With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, and Perth, AmCham is Australia’s largest and most prestigious international business organisation. We provide assistance to U.S. and Australian companies and we promote trade, commerce and investment to and from Australia.

Get to know AmCham and see how we can help you grow your business!

Upcoming Events

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May 18, SYDNEYInnovation and CollaborationBusiness partnering with world leading researchers to develop and commercialise innovation and new technologies, and creating value and opportunities.More Information020351
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May 27, MELBOURNEIN DEFENCE OF BUSINESS: Managing External ThreatsThe Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has warned organisations must enforce stricter processes on their disparate workforces after workplace changes ushered in by the COVID-19 pandemic left hackers with bigger targets to hit. Our panel of experts will discuss what you need to be aware of and what your business can do to manage the increased threat – this is too important to miss.More Information031075
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May 26, PERTHAmCham Academy 2021 WA Session 4 with Natasha BlychaThe AmCham Academy will help tomorrow’s leaders develop the skills, knowledge, and connections needed to be global pacesetters in the modern business world.More Information060128
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May 14, BRISBANERapid Change | Driving OpportunityWhat do the next 10 years hold for our region and what is at stake socially and economically if we do not plan effectively to support a decade of rapid change and growth?More Information040108
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May 20, ADELAIDE2021: One Year In and Beyond the PandemicSouth Australia was hit first by Covid-19 and went into lockdown on 15 March 2020; we closed our borders and put the health of our community ahead of our economic interests. We did the right thing. Whilst the fallout from the pandemic will continue and we need to plan for and combat these challenges, we are open for business.More Information050079
July 1, MELBOURNE
Modern Manufacturing: The New Opportunity

Manufacturing is critical to a modern Australian economy. AmCham brings a panel of business leaders to discuss how transforming Australian manufacturing will rebuild our economy.
 
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Latest News

Posted on 14/04/2021

Attracting US Investors to Australia: The Opportunity is Now

Firm action is needed now to remove unnecessary regulatory burdens on business and incentivise US investors to choose Australia as their preferred destination. This report outlines practical recommendations to remove these burdens and drive forward t

 

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Posted on 14/04/2021

March CEO Newsletter

I recently attended the AFR Business Summit where Australian business and government leaders kept using C-words: COVID. Comeback. China. Climate. These topics have also been at the forefront of discussions with AmCham members in 2021.

 

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Posted on 10/11/2020

AmCham Australia Members Make 2020 Remembrance Day Commitment to --Give a Vet a Go--

Dozens of AmCham Australia member companies have pledged to “Give a Vet a Go” through a range of initiatives aimed at bringing more veterans into the civilian workforce. AmCham companies know that employing veterans makes good business sense. The men

 

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