AmCham Norway is one of Norway’s largest business organizations, representing the interests of over 230 member companies spread across 22 distinct industry groups. Since 1998, AmCham has worked with pioneers, innovators, and industry leaders in Norwegian-American trade to build Norway’s foremost transatlantic business network.
AmCham’s three pillars – member services, policy advocacy, and events – are at the core of everything we do. The AmCham network offers members extensive, credible connections politically and commercially, while also working to facilitate regular and personal dialogue between our members and key decision makers. Through this network, you can connect, communicate, and stay on top of issues critical to your business, making sure your concerns are heard where it matters most.
Together, we work hand-in-hand with our member companies and government officials to make a difference, building the predictable policy frameworks, knowledge-sharing platforms, and networks powering tomorrow’s transatlantic economy.
Member services stand at the core of what we do at AmCham. Member-driven initiatives such as our cross-industry forums and leadership development programs have helped us quadruple our membership since 1998. We will help you leverage the AmCham network to build partnerships, foster innovation, and connecr with key stakeholders.
Today’s global business climate is an uncertain one. We work hand-in-hand with stakeholders on both sides of the Atlantic to communicate the needs of members when it matters most. From our wide range of policy advocacy initiatives to our industry-specific policy working committees, our advocacy services will give the confidence you need to navigate the transatlantic economy.
AmCham brings leaders, innovators, and key stakeholders together. From our annual golf tournament to Norway’s largest tasting of American wines, our events offer exciting arenas for members to engage, collaborate, and network with each other.
AmCham Norway is a fully accredited member of the United States Chamber of Commerce, the world’s largest business organization. The US Chamber represents the interests of over three million businesses across the world and tirelessly advocates for pro-business policies that create jobs, stimulate growth, and promote trade.
Headquartered in New York, the NACC has served the Norwegian-American business community for over 100 years with eight active chapters across the United States. Its members include leaders of Norwegian and American firms successfully pursuing business in the dynamic Norway-US market.
The US Commercial Service is the trade promotion arm of the US Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration, promoting and protecting US commercial interests abroad. In Norway, the US Commercial Service assists Norwegian companies in accessing US suppliers of products and services for both operational use and distribution.
AmCham Denmark is a non-profit, non-governmental business association representing more than 260 member companies actively investing in Denmark and the United States. As the voice for international business in Denmark, AmCham is committed to building a competitive business environment and doing its part to minimize barriers to international trade.
AmCham Sweden serves as the voice of American business in Sweden, promoting US commercial interests in Sweden and Swedish-American trade and investment. By facilitating experiences and opportunities that foster new ideas, vital connections, and value creation, AmCham Sweden is building a stronger, more innovative transatlantic business community.
Established in 1963, AmChams in Europe serves as the umbrella organization for 45 American Chambers of Commerce in 43 countries throughout Europe and Eurasia. Representing the interests of 17,000 American and European companies that employ 20 million workers and account for more the $1.1 trillion in transatlantic investment, AmChams in Europe works to communicate the importance of the transatlantic economy in both Europe and the United States.