Since its founding in 1896, the French-American Chamber of Commerce (FACC) has become the most important private organization for promoting trade and investment between the United States and France.
The FACC's New York Chapter, the first and largest, offers its 900+ members a perfect forum to network, learn and develop their businesses. Its executive seminars, lectures and social events keep members informed and entertained, while its online Membership Directory facilitates contact among members and opens doors to influential people in New York's French-American business community. Lastly, our renowned International Career Development Programs (ICDP) offer training visas to hundreds of young professionals and students a year, helping a new wave of executives from both sides of the Atlantic to take their places in a global economy.
A private, not-for-profit association, the FACC also enjoys a special relationship with French government agencies, including the French Embassy's Mission Economique, Invest In France Agency and French domestic Chambers of Commerce. These vital contacts help our members find important commercial, financial and legal information about doing business on both sides of the Atlantic.
The French-American Chamber of Commerce in New York is a member of the Union des Chambres de Commerce et d'Industries Francaises a l'Etranger (UCIFFE) network, which spans 78 countries, 114 Chambers of Commerce, and 25,000+ members worldwide, multiplying your opportunities for finding reliable overseas business contacts and partners.