AmCham-Angola

The American Chamber of Commerce in Angola (AmCham-Angola) is a non-profit membership organization committed to further developing commerce between the United States of America and Angola, promoting the interests of U.S. companies and members, and improving the business environment in Angola.

AmCham-Angola is affiliated with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which is the largest business organization in the world, founded in 1912 by then-President William Taft, which today represents the interests of more than three million American companies globally.

AmCham-Angola was founded in July 2017 as a non-profit association and operates without financial assistance from any government. There are over 117 AmChams operating in over 103 countries (18 in Africa).

Through its elective board of directors, committees and forums as well as its affiliation with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and network of AmChams around the world, AmCham-Angola serves as a representative voice for U.S businesses and its members, facilitating and promoting the commercial, economic, educational and cultural ties between U.S. and Angola.

OBJECTIVES

Our Mission

Represent the collective interests of our members with stakeholders and policymakers, helping them prosper and grow. Advocate policies aimed at improving the business environment and the competitiveness of Angola as an investment opportunity, trade partner, tourism destination and gateway to Africa. Promote and coordinate sustained social investment to uplift communities and build institutional capacity Build understanding and enhance decision making capability regarding key business issues through meetings, networking and special events.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be the representative body of U.S. business interests in Angola, facilitating and promoting investment, bilateral trade, commercial, economic, educational and cultural ties between U.S. and Angola, contributing to economic and social prosperity and a better world.