AmCham's new Chairman Robert Grieves drew inspiration from the chamber’s 50 years of historical achievements to lay out his vision for his 2019 term. His ambitious agenda included sharpening AmCham's advocacy efforts between Beijing and Washington, developing STEM education for Hong Kong students, tackling issues of employment for the next generation of workers, and creating dialogue over the ongoing US-China trade war.
AmCham's new Chairman Jack Lange delivered an upbeat assessment of the Chamber's crucial role as a bridge between Washington, Hong Kong and Beijing at a challenging moment in U.S.-China ties, and laid out key areas of focus to help members embrace the transformational changes sweeping our region, businesses and society.
AmCham Chairman Walter Dias continues his tenure as Chairman for second year. He will draw the threads of past Chamber successes and ‘defining moments’ into a roadmap for achievement in 2017 and beyond.
Incoming Chairman, Walter Dias, looks at the history of AmCham and what makes our Chamber such a vital organization - to the larger Hong Kong community as well as to our members. In his inaugural address, Mr. Dias will outline the Chamber's priorities for 2016. Peter Levesque also highlighted AmCham's accomplishments in his eventful year as AmCham's leader.
As the American Chamber completes its historic 45th anniversary year, Chairman Peter Levesque will officially roll out the Chamber’s new comprehensive five-year strategic plan, highlighting the key priorities and objectives for the year. He will discuss the Chamber’s progress in 2014 and outline the important work to be done in 2015 and beyond. He will discuss the Chamber’s expanding role and influence in the region, and emphasize the importance of Chamber advocacy on the issues...
As the American Chamber celebrates its 45th Anniversary in Hong Kong, incoming Chairman Peter Levesque will outline the Chamber’s priorities for the important year ahead. He will highlight the pressing issues facing the international business community in Hong Kong, and the need for a renewed sense of urgency in resolving the roadblocks to Hong Kong’s regional competitiveness. Mr. Levesque will further outline the role and strategic objectives of the Chamber’s core advocacy groups...
AmCham Chairman James Sun will review the Chamber's significant accomplishments in 2012 and, most importantly as he continues his tenure as Chairman for second year, will outline AmCham’s key priorities for 2013. In addition, he will be highlighting pressing issues impacting the business communities in Hong Kong and Asia Pacific.