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ASSOCHAM North America: An International Chamber of Business Excellence

The North American Chapter of the 98 year old apex industry body – ASSOCHAM (The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India) has been formed to reinforce India Inc’s global presence, especially in the United States of America (USA). A not-for-profit organisation, ASSOCHAM North America aims to position itself as an International Chamber of Business Excellence which facilitates economic relations, trade promotion and business advocacy to bolster the interests of american and Indian businesses at a national, regional and international level. It further envisages to augment the tremendous potential for bilateral trade and commerce that exists between India and the USA, with the limelight on sectors such as defence, natural gas, energy, education, information technology, space tech, healthcare, tourism and retail among others. It also aspires to invite foreign investment to the United States and India.


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As an ambassador of the Indo-US business community, ASSOCHAM North America endeavours to develop a highly committed organisation motivated to provide quality service and address the requirements of its members and non-members through:


Actively promote, support and facilitate investors, entrepreneurs and other leaders of the Indo-US business community, within the two countries and internationally

Assocham meet Malta


Assocham meet Malta

Create a mutually-valuable, pro-business environment by influencing the policy and legislative setting to acknowledge key issues impacting the Indo-US business relations


Identify and engage symbiotic businesses in the two countries to enable long-term strategic partnerships for job creation, knowledge and technology exchange, revenue generation and economic development

Assocham meet Malta


Assocham meet Malta

Encourage members and stakeholders to conceive innovative ways to promote and protect business interests while operating in the times of increasingly volatile markets and economic uncertainties