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Roundtable Discussion on Changing Paradigms in Higher Education and Skill Development
3rd January 2019 at Hotel ITC Kakatiya, Hyderabad
Conclave on “Emerging Risks & Solutions For Global Corporations”
30th January 2019 at Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai
US VISA Regulations & Processing & Higher Education Prospects in USA
27th November 2018 at XLRI-Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur
48th Annual Members’ Convention
25th October 2018 at The Tollygunge Club, Kolkata
49th Annual General Meeting
22nd September 2018, The Lalit Hotel, Mumbai
Annual Convention 2018
21st September 2018, Hotel The Leela, Mumbai
14th Indo-US Economic Summit
13th - 14th September 2018, Hotel Hyatt Regency, New Delhi
The Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC), established in 1968, is the apex bi-lateral Chamber synergizing India-US Economic Engagement. It was started by Ambassador Chester Bowles along with the then Industry leaders and visionaries like Mr. S L Kirloskar, Mr. Harish Mahindra, Mr. H. P. Nanda, Mr. Ambalal Kilachand, Mr. A. M. M. Arunachalam, Mr. Frederick Fales and Mr. John Oris Sims for enhancing US India Economic Engagement. Today IACC has pan India presence with 2400 members, representing cross section of US and Indian Industry.
The major objective of IACC is to promote Indo-American business, trade and economic relations. IACC promotes bilateral trade, investment and technology transfer, facilitates business collaborations, joint ventures, marketing tie-ups and strategic alliances through a set of proactive business-oriented initiatives.
IACC acts as a catalyst for sustainable growth of business between India and the US. In its five decades of existence, IACC has established operational connectivity with a host of business, research and developmental institutions in India and US in order to leverage each other’s capabilities for enhancing Indo-US business relations. The Chamber continuously interacts with the Indian and US Governments, and provides them feedback on bilateral issues relating to trade and investment. In essence, IACC also acts as a forum for its member companies to interact with senior functionaries of both the Governments.
IACC member companies are involved in a cross-section of business domains such as manufacturing, engineering, construction, consumer goods, electronics, IT, pharmaceuticals, consulting, travel and tourism, etc.
The geographical spread of IACC is unique as it operates through 10 offices located throughout the country. These are in Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Cochin, Hyderabad, Pune & Varanasi.