The American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary is one of the most influential and trusted business organizations in the country, representing local and international business interests since 1989.
We are a member-funded, politically independent platform consisting of over 300 companies from a wide variety of sectors who share a firm commitment to Hungary: we want to help make our country more competitive in the region and on the global stage.
As a strong voice of the business community, we build the bridge between the decision-makers and stakeholders of the private and public sectors in order to help forge a healthy and thriving business environment where companies become more productive, more effective, and ultimately, more successful.
We believe that a business-friendly regulatory environment, a predictable and transparent tax system, a flexible and highly skilled workforce are essential to a modern, competitive, and growing economy.
At AmCham Hungary, members have an opportunity to define, discuss, and resolve issues of common interest. Our advocacy efforts are outlined in the Policy Agenda and our proposals are collected every year in the Cooperation for a More Competitive Hungary recommendation package.
AmCham is a hub for people who want to build long-lasting partnerships and make a difference in the community. We want to help people connect by providing a platform that offers unique programs, opportunities for cooperation and a wide range of professional and social events.
Our community is based on the ideas of partnership, cooperation, and the free exchange of information and best practices. We aim to bring together the best minds in the business community to drive change, achieve progress, and learn from each other.
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Advocacy - Striving to improve the competitiveness of Hungary
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* In November 2018, AmCham launched a project called Career Orientation Platform to build a bridge between companies and secondary schools with the purpose of helping students make informed decisions about their careers and futures. To support the new program and it is objective to promote STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects and careers among students, AmCham received a grant from the Arconic Foundation in October.
The Arconic Foundation is an international organization dedicated to support programs developing the next generation of engineering and manufacturing workforce. Because of this grant, AmCham Hungary is now considered a foreign-funded organization under the Act LXXVI of 2017.