Dear Members and Friends of the French American Chamber,
Our Chamber accomplished great things in 2016 and plans to achieve much more in 2017 and beyond. We want to increase the opportunities for the French-American community to get to know one another better by attending compelling events. We'd also like to expand our membership opportunities within the Carolinas and grow our vibrant community. The French presence in the Carolinas is increasingly more diversified, offers a vast array of know-how and resources that should be explored and fully utilized by our members.
In 2016, we started to expand our activities into different regions of both North and South Carolina and to promote the opportunities in those regions as well. We want, we need and we will be increasingly present all over the Carolinas to promote the French "savoir-faire" and play an important role in the economic development of the region.
We were by the side of the new Consul General of France in Atlanta, Mr. Louis de Corail, during his 3-day visit in Raleigh which is a perfect example of great cooperation between different organizations; the French Consulate, Business France, SKEMA, and our FACCC - to promote the French agenda. More details to follow.
We thank all our members for their support and always encourage them to take an active role in achieving our mission ... and to help us grow our
February Newsletter with our event calendar can be found here.
Interview-Speed-Dating : March 16, all day, more info here. Raleigh NC
Save the Date: April 6, 6-8pm Discussion Panel with an Executive of a French, German and Japanese company, and Christopher Chung, Chief Executive Officer, Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) Moderator: David Crabtree from WRAL. Location SKEMA Business School, Raleigh, NC.
In partnership with the German American Chamber of Commerce, the Japan America Association and Skema Business School.
The FACC Carolinas is seeking conscientious college students or recent graduates who would like to join our mission as a part-time volunteer. Interested candidates will:
For more information, follow this link.
Who we are? The FACC Carolinas is a not-for-profit organization serving both North and South Carolina.
Our mission is to foster business relationships between France and the United States as well as to serve the ongoing business needs of corporate and individual members throughout North Carolina and South Carolina.
How do we do that? The FACC Carolinas achieves these objectives by facilitating information sharing, networking and by offering international business services to its members.