WELCOME TO AMCHAM FINLAND
This is where international business leaders connect and improve the business environment. There’s no better place for inbound companies to access the Northern European market and for outbound companies to go global than this dynamic and diverse B2B network.
WHO ARE WE?
We are a vibrant, non-governmental, non-profit, membership-based organization providing opportunities and networking to our community of 320 companies from 20 different countries. We are distinctly independent in driving our members’ agenda, and approach every challenge with a positive, can-do attitude.
WHAT DO WE DO?
We represent the international business community in Finland. We take on the projects that matter to our members and run programs that lead to more business – through best practices, unique insights, VIP speakers, key introductions, and problem-solving.
HOW DO WE DO IT?
This is where international business leaders connect and improve the business environment. We provide the platform, tools and inspiration to bring players and ecosystems together. We focus on relationship building, topical issues, and creating business impact for our members.
WHY DO WE DO IT?
We believe that access to internationalization, cutting-edge ideas and united advocacy will improve the Finnish business environment and help Finnish companies successfully enter the US market. Seeing our members succeed is our motivation! We are here to give you the key tools you need to succeed.
There´s no better place for inbound companies to access the Finnish market and for outbound companies to go global than this dynamic and diverse B2B network.
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Dealy Silberstein & Braverman is a full-service law firm that provides high-level services in the areas of employment, litigation, general business, general business development, white collar investigations, securities and tax advice at very competitive prices with personal attention from lawyers. We met up with them in New York City.
Keith Kessel, Anti Money Laundering and Sanctions Senior Expert and Business Analyst at member company Nordea, has written a blog to make the Amcham community aware of the important EU Market Abuse Regulation ("MAR").
So, here’s the question: when does summer start? It varies according to culture and climate. In the Nordic tradition, Midsummer is celebrated at the time of summer solstice, around the 24th of June (“From here on it will only get darker, winter is on its way.”).